Jhene Aiko -The Worst

Everybody’s like
He’s no item
Please don’t like him
He don’t wife em’
He one nights em
I never listen, no
I shoulda figured tho’
All that shit you was spittin’
So unoriginal
But it was you
So I was with it
And tell you the truth
Wish we never did it

‘Cause I usually do
Stick to the business
But you came out the blue
And then you just flipped it
God damn baby
My mind’s blown
I be forgettin’
You live in a different time zone
I think I know what this is
It’s just the time’s wrong
Yeah, I know what you did
But baby I’m grown
And my love is patient
And kind, and shit
If this is real we can build
And do different types of shit
If you was really the realest
Wouldn’t be fightin’ it
I think your pride is just
In the way
Funny how everything changed
Once you got all that you wanted
Nothing was ever the same

Maya Deren’s ‘Meshes of the Afternoon’

Meshes of the Afternoon (1943) is a short experimental film directed by wife-and-husband team, Maya Deren and Alexander Hammid. The film’s narrative is circular and repeats several motifs, including a flower on a long driveway, a key falling, a door unlocked, a knife in a loaf of bread, a mysterious Grim Reaper–like cloaked figure with a mirror for a face, a phone off the hook and an ocean. Through creative editing, distinct camera angles, and slow motion, the surrealist film depicts a world in which it is more and more difficult to catch reality. (Source: Wikipedia)

 

I am Cuba

I am Cuba (Spanish: Soy Cuba; Russian: Я Куба, Ya Kuba) is a 1964 SovietCuban film directed by Mikhail Kalatozov at Mosfilm. The film was not received well by either the Russian or Cuban public and was almost completely forgotten until it was re-discovered by filmmakers in the United States thirty years later. The acrobatic tracking shots and idiosyncratic mise en scene prompted Hollywood directors like Martin Scorsese to begin a campaign to restore the film in the early 1990s. The film is shot in black and white, sometimes using infrared film obtained from the Soviet military to exaggerate contrast (making trees and sugar cane almost white, and skies very dark but still obviously sunny). Most shots are in extreme wide-angle and the camera passes very close to its subjects, whilst still largely avoiding having those subjects ever look directly at the camera. (Source: Wikipedia)

HYFR

Do you love this shit?
Are you high right now?
Do you ever get nervous?
Are you single?
I heard you fucked your girl, is it true?
You getting money? You think them niggas you with is with you?
And I say

Hell yeah
Hell yeah, hell yeah
Fuckin’ right