Pushy, Tweaky Love
"Baby Where Are You Now" tells the story of an aggressive, angry, machismo rapper who is wanting to get his ex-girlfriend back. The song amuses me, because it couldn't really be any easier to see why his girl left him in the first place -- the personality of the singer clearly shines through as pushy, intense, unpredictable, violent, entitled...the list of adjectives goes on and on. A part of me wants to analyze this song under the "unreliable narrator" subcategory of first-person literature that began appearing in the United States in the 20th century. However, my fears are that Prolifix is not in fact trying to be clever here, but is actually the person in the story, and is actually unable to see why his real-life girlfriend would have left him. Keep trying, bro.