Nu Breed: Welcome To My House Meaning
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Song Released: 2021
Welcome To My House Lyrics
and now you're backing out(now you're backing out)
It's hard to talk big with a shotgun in your mouth(shotgun in your mouth)
I'm glad you bought your friends
They can watch it go down(watch it go down)
I got mine too
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2TOP RATED#2 top rated interpretation:anonymous Jul 26th 2021 report
I feel like it has to do with people breaking and entering not only our homes but our country and trying to take what is ours....... we all bleed red never forget that and it will be justified if you step foot in someone's house
3TOP RATED#3 top rated interpretation:anonymous Jul 27th 2021 report
This song means a lot. It's very clear in the music video, however, what the artist intended it to mean, as a husband and father, literally and figuratively, takes out the garbage. This song is about a man protecting his family, by any means.
anonymous Dec 3rd, 21:12 report
I really like there music being from tampa Lakeland and Zephyrhills I am mixed and after one song I think I'm not gonna fallow anymore it sucks because they are so talented it just crushed Me right now that I won't listen anymore and I am a person that can handle people saying nigger and Cary on like nothing but if they are going that way ok even been to boondocks breaks my heart hosier it is now
anonymous Nov 22nd report
Simply put...for every snowflake, liberal that thinks the song is racist because of the use of the word "boy"...educate yourselves please..white country folk use the word "boy" when they are making a point of putting a man (regardless of color) who is all talk & BS trying to be tough, in his place.
Don't get it twisted..it's about protecting your people, your possessions, your life. He clearly gives the intruder the option of walking away peacefully, and warning the intruder to not continue to provoke him, further. All of that being said, I sincerely hope all of the snowflake, woke, liberals reading this are never in the situation the song speaks of...feel free to defend what is yours by throwing a few marshmallows at the intruder and see how that goes. 2nd Amendment exists for a reason.
anonymous Sep 25th report
I actually like the song if I interpret it to mean protecting my country......but...it can be interpreted a lot of ways....I was listening to the song and singing loudly until I watched the video, there are racial overtones to it..for instance "boy" is a derogatory term for a black man..after watching the video I got confused as to the meaning of the song....
anonymous Sep 24th report
Honestly in this song it promotes violence & taking the law into your own hands,it's better to talk things out not go out & shoot people.Violence isn't always the answer. & yes I understand the fact of protecting your families & what's yours but still killing is wrong & I don't care that person could have a family too. it's better to talk things out or call the cops.
anonymous Sep 19th report
Just saying…if you have to defend something because it’s being interpreted as racist. Chances are…
Like saying something in front of people and having to say, “I’m not racist “
anonymous Jul 15th report
Im gonna start this out by saying I'm country and I'm white, and even I can tell this seems pretty racist. Look, I know "boy" is word that isn't inherently racist, but the way he was using it just felt implied. If that was all it was maybe not, but he was hitting some points that were some real dog whistles to me. Talking about "sun was down, it was getting dark
And I told the sheriff it ain't no problems" perhaps a reference to "sundown towns" (google it) and police not doing shit about lynchings. Now that I'm looking, "could knock you out your pants", cause you know, them baggy pants that people are always on about. And tbh. "my people"
and "this is my land" just seems like it's against people who are different coming to "their land". Not inherently racist, but in combination with everything it just the vibe comes off moderately racist to me. Maybe they really didnt mean it to come off as racist, maybe it's just got so mixed into our culture we are blind to it unless we know what to look for. I could be wrong, I'm not familiar with the band, I'm not familiar with their other songs, who knows. That's just what it e3emer like to me.
anonymous Jun 18th report
I take it as a song about my people and my land. I am Native American, Jicarilla Apache, and THESE ARE MY PEOPLE AND THIS IS MY LAND! No racism, just clear facts.
anonymous May 28th 2022 report
How I see it is that there is a family man who is just trying to protect his home and his girl is protecting her child, if you trustpass my home you will get hurt in the process and family is everything to the gentlemen in the video and they will do anything and everything to protect their family, us americans have a right to barearms according to the consitution and our freedm to protect our family in any way shape or frorm.
anonymous Apr 24th 2022 report
Totally not about race it’s all about protecting your house an intruders coming in protecting your kids!!!! f with the wrong family an you will go to sleep.
anonymous Apr 11th 2022 report
Yall are stupid to think this can be racist. Stop thinking that as a fourteen year old even I know y'all liberals are stupid for that. Its a man protecting his family, don't make the mistake of claiming he's racist he never said shoot black men for a reason grow up sensitive toddlers, racism is over stop using it as a shield. Ither way none of y'all are on plantations picking cotton being called N words correct? Appreciate your freedom, don't mistreat it.
anonymous Mar 25th 2022 report
A recruitment song!!! Listen to it carefully. It’s a song that’s clearly stats various words that have been used in a form of disrespect at one point or another…
anonymous Mar 6th 2022 report
Personally when I heard this song I automatically heard Americans sticking up for there country the race card needs to stop being played here if you are a proud American then this song shouldn't offend this is how every American should ESPECIALLY right now
anonymous Feb 26th 2022 report
This song is about protecting your family and property. White people are called boys when they're not being men. The video is clearly not about race.
anonymous Dec 15th 2021 report
I like the song but I really need to know if this is a racial song towards black
I kept hearing him repeat boy so many times so what are you really saying in this song I would like to know if anybody have any input about this song can you please reply
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