Canadian rapper wears US Army patch, sings “I’m a veteran, veteran, veteran…” in new song

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Canadian female rapper Honey Cocaine released a new song this month called “Veteran,” the music video of which involves her performing the so-called rap in a jacket bearing the 2nd Infantry Division patch.

The Toronto-based musician’s song was released earlier this month and comes with a music video involving a house party.  While she was born in Cambodia she spent most of her life growing up in Toronto.  Honey C -real name Sochitta Sal- allegedly learned English by watching BET’s 106 & Park and started rapping at age ten

The rap has very little to do with being a “veteran” in the military sense, and more about being “experienced” in -at least from an attempt to decipher the lyrics- having a lot of relations with unsavory men.

According to XXL, Honey Cocaine (real name Sochitta Sal) says that “’Veteran’ is about bossing up in your love life, your work life, and your personal life.”

She would go into detail as far as the process used to create the song, adding a feminist tone.

“The studio was filled with laughter, Hennessy, and positivity when I recorded ‘Veteran’ and I hope it does to same to every room that it’s being played in when it’s available for the listeners,” she said. “I also realized the working females, the women bosses, the dedicated girls in school, rarely have true anthems to blast loudly and proudly in their everyday lives. I kept in mind all the grinding women I love in my life as I was creating the project and I am honored to say these women and all you dope ass women out there are the real MVPs for inspiring almost all of the lyrics.”

The lyrics are, at best, semi-coherent.

“Cute lil b**ch, I’ma need me a better man,” it begins, “Been with the sh*ts, you can say I’m a veteran.”

The lyrics contain the usual fare for 21st Century rap, including disclosure of wealth & assets, drug use, exotic travel, death threats and love for Louis Vuitton.

Honey Cocaine’s new song is featured on her Wildfire album, just in case you wanted to buy something that adds little to no value to your quality life. If anything, it may make it worse.

The Canadian rapper is known stateside for the time she was shot while riding in a van in Omaha, Nebraska, back in 2012. She frequently jets between Los Angeles and Toronto.

Canadian female rapper Honey Cocaine released a new song this month called “Veteran,” the music video of which involves her performing the so-called rap in a jacket bearing the 2nd Infantry Division patch.

The Toronto-based musician’s song was released earlier this month, and comes with a music video involving a house party.

The rap has very little to do with being a “veteran” in the military sense, and more about being “experienced” in -at least from an attempt to decipher the lyrics- having a lot of relations with unsavory men.

According to XXL, Honey Cocaine (real name Sochitta Sal) says that “’Veteran’ is about bossing up in your love life, your work life, and your personal life.”

She would go into detail as far as the process used to create the song, adding a feminist tone.

“The studio was filled with laughter, Hennessy, and positivity when I recorded ‘Veteran’ and I hope it does to same to every room that it’s being played in when it’s available for the listeners,” she said. “I also realized the working females, the women bosses, the dedicated girls in school, rarely have true anthems to blast loudly and proudly in their everyday lives. I kept in mind all the grinding women I love in my life as I was creating the project and I am honored to say these women and all you dope ass women out there are the real MVPs for inspiring almost all of the lyrics.”

The lyrics are, at best, semi-coherent.

“Cute lil b**ch, I’ma need me a better man,” it begins, “Been with the sh*ts, you can say I’m a veteran.”

The lyrics contain the usual fare for 21st Century rap, including disclosure of wealth & assets, drug use, exotic travel, death threats and love for Louis Vuitton.

Honey Cocaine’s new song is featured on her Wildfire album, just in case you wanted to buy something that adds little to no value to your quality life. If anything, it may make it worse.

The Canadian rapper is known stateside for the time she was shot while riding in a van in Omaha, Nebraska, back in 2012. She frequently jets between Los Angeles and Toronto.

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