The Winners‘ Hus Kingpin and Rozewood continue the narrative of Nas track, “Black Girl Lost”, with a 2016 original sequel, titled “Black Girl Lost Pt. 3”.
“Black Girl Lost Pt. 3” tinkles with jazzy keys and foreboding bass, both evoking street life. You can picture strolling through inner city New York, and bumping into some trouble, or some potential drama unfolding.
The lyrics paint pictures of women with dreams, but their spirit is either crushed or constricted, and being taken advantage of by nefarious men. This of course is in reference to all sorts of men, not least the father figure, or lack of, rather.