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Review: Various Artists – Foolish Soundtrack

The Foolish soundtrack was a funky combination of contemporary r&b, gritty hardcore rap, soul ballads, and old school funk. Now this is Tru No Limit Music. The Foolish soundtrack was a platinum success due to constant promotion and advertisement. Now Master P was not all over the album despite having his face plastered and shown on the front cover.

The soulful song Nothing Stays The Same with Porsha and O’Dell features production and sultry vocals. Both of them had energy in their vocals. You know the saying, “Nothing stays the same on a lonely road.” Nothing Stays The Same is a powerful song with a strong message. The song serves as a beautiful understanding about love.

It’s foolish to hide the pain because nothing can shield from the rain. We all know nothing stays the same. So stop holding it in. Don’t play no games.

Everytime O’Dell closes his eyes, he starts fantasizing about Porsha and him being all alone. All of their hesitation gone. O’Dell loses control more each day. These feelings just won’t go away. He’ll give Porsha what she needs. Love, touches, and ecstasy. He can’t go another day like this because it’s foolish.

Everytime O’Dell closes his eyes, he starts fantasizing about Porsha and him being all alone as evidenced during Verse 1.

[Verse 1: O’Dell]
Everytime I close my eyes
I just start to fantasize about you and me all alone
All our hesitation gone
Let’s stop the foolish games we play, we play
I lose control more each day, each day
These feelings just won’t go away
I’m screaming just to make you stay
All give you what you need
Love and touches, ecstasy
I can’t go another day like this
Cause it’s foolish, foolish

Both O’Dell and Porsha realize it’s foolish to hide the pain. They know nothing stays the same. Their pain cannot be hidden.

Porsha wonders why she should hold her feelings inside. It’s hard for her to realize that. She has to stop wasting time if she wants to make O’Dell all hers indefinitely to a new level of fidelity. It’s hard to look him in the eyes. Porsha cannot hide her feelings. She had felt a sense of chemistry when they first met.

Porsha sung the most poetic lyrics in her verse which went as follows:

When we first met I felt a chemistry
Like it could be more between you and me
It’s hard to look you in the eyes
Cause my feelings I cannot hide

Nothing Stays The Same was one of the most played music videos of 1999 on BET and was advertised in the Billboard Magazine. The song helped the “Foolish” soundtrack reach platinum status. This song was one of No Limit’s greatest R&B/soul hits. Nothing Stays The Same was also used on the Hot Boyz soundtrack.

Nothing Stays The Same was also used on Porsha’s debut album which was released in 1999. This song was sort of a buzz single for her.

Now of course some of the No Limit fans out there believed that Nothing Stays The Same did not belong on the Foolish soundtrack since the Foolish movie was a comedy. They believed the song was not appropriate the movie.

The song Aqua Boogie (A Psychoalphadiscobetabioaquadoloop) by funk band Parliament is about learning how to swim despite fear of water and fear of drowning.

Sir Nose D’Voidoffunk is the reoccurring antagonist in P-Funk mythology who is devoid of funk and is against funk. He cannot swim because of his fear of water and fear of drowning. He also thinks he is incapable of dancing. Aqua boogie baby. Things ya blow through, because of things ya swim through. Why hold your nose to spite your face? With the rhythm that it takes to dance to what we have to live through. You can dance underwater and not get wet.

Sir Nose D’Voidoffunk believes he is too cool to swim or dance. He says, “I don’t swim or dance. I’m too cool to swim. I might get my hair wet.” Cleary he can’t comprehend all the strokes.

Runnin’ from the police featured C-Murder and Mystikal. The song had that hard edge gangsta rap edge and No Limit formula. You might remember the song Runnin’ from the police was also used on the Hot Boyz soundtrack.

Police got a warrant out on C-Murder. Police want him dead or alive. Catch the news at 5 PM. He can’t sleep unless he makes it across the border to Cancun, Mexico. On the beach with a freak looking at the moon and the stars. Police cars got a nigga spooked. Every time he sees the boys in blue, he wanna run, get the gun, and start bustin’ for fun. Hide in trees never waiting on the outcome. Will C-Murder ever see the penitentiary or will they ever capture him? He doesn’t know. He is just running from the police.

Task Force Squad is on his on trail. It’s hard try to hide in the ride when he makes it to the north side. Dirty gat in the Lac with the broken tail lights. His rap sheet is kind of long. His life of crime all started when he listened to a rap song. He’s gotta creep cause them motherfuckers are after his ass.

For Money was a funky rap song which Silkk The Shocker laced with his offbeat flows and style of rap. Some of you No Limit fans may remember that For Money was used on the Hot Boyz movie and Hot Boyz soundtrack also.

I rate this album 5/5*!

The Foolish soundtrack was a funky combination of contemporary r&b, gritty hardcore rap, soul ballads, and old school funk. Now this is Tru No Limit Music. The Foolish soundtrack was a platinum success due to constant promotion and advertisement. Now Master P was not all over the album despite having his face plastered and shown on the front cover.

The soulful song Nothing Stays The Same with Porsha and O’Dell features production and sultry vocals. Both of them had energy in their vocals. You know the saying, “Nothing stays the same on a lonely road.” Nothing Stays The Same is a powerful song with a strong message. The song serves as a beautiful understanding about love.

It’s foolish to hide the pain because nothing can shield from the rain. We all know nothing stays the same. So stop holding it in. Don’t play no games.

Everytime O’Dell closes his eyes, he starts fantasizing about Porsha and him being all alone. All of their hesitation gone. O’Dell loses control more each day. These feelings just won’t go away. He’ll give Porsha what she needs. Love, touches, and ecstasy. He can’t go another day like this because it’s foolish.

Everytime O’Dell closes his eyes, he starts fantasizing about Porsha and him being all alone as evidenced during Verse 1.

[Verse 1: O’Dell]
Everytime I close my eyes
I just start to fantasize about you and me all alone
All our hesitation gone
Let’s stop the foolish games we play, we play
I lose control more each day, each day
These feelings just won’t go away
I’m screaming just to make you stay
All give you what you need
Love and touches, ecstasy
I can’t go another day like this
Cause it’s foolish, foolish

Both O’Dell and Porsha realize it’s foolish to hide the pain. They know nothing stays the same. Their pain cannot be hidden.

Porsha wonders why she should hold her feelings inside. It’s hard for her to realize that. She has to stop wasting time if she wants to make O’Dell all hers indefinitely to a new level of fidelity. It’s hard to look him in the eyes. Porsha cannot hide her feelings. She had felt a sense of chemistry when they first met.

Porsha sung the most poetic lyrics in her verse which went as follows:

When we first met I felt a chemistry
Like it could be more between you and me
It’s hard to look you in the eyes
Cause my feelings I cannot hide

Nothing Stays The Same was one of the most played music videos of 1999 on BET and was advertised in the Billboard Magazine. The song helped the “Foolish” soundtrack reach platinum status. This song was one of No Limit’s greatest R&B/soul hits. Nothing Stays The Same was also used on the Hot Boyz soundtrack.

Nothing Stays The Same was also used on Porsha’s debut album which was released in 1999. This song was sort of a buzz single for her.

Now of course some of the No Limit fans out there believed that Nothing Stays The Same did not belong on the Foolish soundtrack since the Foolish movie was a comedy. They believed the song was not appropriate the movie.

The song Aqua Boogie (A Psychoalphadiscobetabioaquadoloop) by funk band Parliament is about learning how to swim despite fear of water and fear of drowning.

Sir Nose D’Voidoffunk is the reoccurring antagonist in P-Funk mythology who is devoid of funk and is against funk. He cannot swim because of his fear of water and fear of drowning. He also thinks he is incapable of dancing. Aqua boogie baby. Things ya blow through, because of things ya swim through. Why hold your nose to spite your face? With the rhythm that it takes to dance to what we have to live through. You can dance underwater and not get wet.

Sir Nose D’Voidoffunk believes he is too cool to swim or dance. He says, “I don’t swim or dance. I’m too cool to swim. I might get my hair wet.” Cleary he can’t comprehend all the strokes.

Runnin’ from the police featured C-Murder and Mystikal. The song had that hard edge gangsta rap edge and No Limit formula. You might remember the song Runnin’ from the police was also used on the Hot Boyz soundtrack.

Police got a warrant out on C-Murder. Police want him dead or alive. Catch the news at 5 PM. He can’t sleep unless he makes it across the border to Cancun, Mexico. On the beach with a freak looking at the moon and the stars. Police cars got a nigga spooked. Every time he sees the boys in blue, he wanna run, get the gun, and start bustin’ for fun. Hide in trees never waiting on the outcome. Will C-Murder ever see the penitentiary or will they ever capture him? He doesn’t know. He is just running from the police.

Task Force Squad is on his on trail. It’s hard try to hide in the ride when he makes it to the north side. Dirty gat in the Lac with the broken tail lights. His rap sheet is kind of long. His life of crime all started when he listened to a rap song. He’s gotta creep cause them motherfuckers are after his ass.

For Money was a funky rap song which Silkk The Shocker laced with his offbeat flows and style of rap. Some of you No Limit fans may remember that For Money was used on the Hot Boyz movie and Hot Boyz soundtrack also.

I rate this album 5/5*****!

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