Post Malone: Wow. Meaning
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Song Released: 2018
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Pull up twenty inch blades like I'm Lil' Troy
Now it's everybody flockin', need a decoy
Shawty mixin' up the vodka with the LaCroix, yeah
G-Wagen, G-Wagen, G-Wagen, G-Wagen
All the housewives...
anonymous May 13th, 5:45pm report
It is more about the war between good and evil, in the realms of the modern world. He jumps between his past and present with the elegance of a ballerina, drawing the lines between the conflicting yet intersecting political parties. He falls short in describing the influence of the combination of the mutombo mixed with the vodka, nevertheless still providing a vivid picture of the impacts.
anonymous May 10th, 5:30pm report
My interpretation is that he is simply at a party with the big shots. Since 2015, with his debut single, "White Iverson", he has became extremely popular, with most of his songs in the top 20 of the Billboards within a week of release. So what I'm getting from the song is that when Post Malone goes to party, he's "got'em saying 'Wow'", since he's that popular (at the young age of 23). Another line in the main chorus is "your grandmama probably know me". Although this line may seem unimportant, this actually shows that his popularity has gone to places most modern artists don't go to (no offense to any elders, though). Well, that's all I got for now
anonymous Jan 27th, 2019 1:01pm report
It's a fun song.
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