Style, attitude, talent – Paris London has it all. Not much has been told about this aspiring star but you can tell lots of greatness by listening to her song, GodLife. Her direction is hip-hop. The lyrics and her rapping are undeniably in the game. Through the song you can hear her using autotune, magically it is used at a controlled dose and for the shake, it makes eargasm (listen to Kanye’s songs). More for a surprise, she also stated that she is also a pop artist.
Talking about the song itself, GodLife is southern hip-hop jam with touches of trap. If Rihanna’s Pour It Up and most of DJ Mustard’s tracks had a premature baby, GodLife would be it. The visual for the song shows simplicity that Paris London wears different outfits embracing that she can be in swag with street clothes or classy with a beautiful dress. That is a smart move tho that she wants you to know that she is living the God life and it’s all gonna be about her.
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