On today’s Bus Chronicles: Yahaira is cursing out her man on the bus. She looks like she’s about to eat her phone. Dahveed is not gonna love life when this bitch gets home. Oooooh she apparently found some hoes number in last nights pantalones and apparently his pantalones smelled like cheap perfume and badussy. My guess is he got a lap dance from a stripper. That explains the cheap perfume and Badussy smelling pants. Oooooh she just told him she was gonna cut his tongue out when she get home. Oh shit…. She caught me lookin at her. Ohhhh hellll no bitch. You wanna be loud as hell on the bus and wanna give me a hard look? With your glass eye. I’m not fuckin with this bitch. She looks like an angry Sammy Davis Jr..

On today’s Bus Chronicles: Yahaira is cursing out her man on the bus. She looks like she’s about to eat her phone. Dahveed is not gonna love life when this bitch gets home. Oooooh she apparently found some hoes number in last nights pantalones and apparently his pantalones smelled like cheap perfume and badussy. My guess is he got a lap dance from a stripper. That explains the cheap perfume and Badussy smelling pants. Oooooh she just told him she was gonna cut his tongue out when she get home. Oh shit…. She caught me lookin at her. Ohhhh hellll no bitch. You wanna be loud as hell on the bus and wanna give me a hard look? With your glass eye. I’m not fuckin with this bitch. She looks like an angry Sammy Davis Jr..

It’s kind of strange this massive career that Sia has built for herself. From Zero 7 to writing songs for just about every major pop tart of the last 10 years and now onto her 6th solo record. Strange in the sense that Sia is not your conventional pop star but every now and again in the world of pop music talent wins. 1000 Forms of Fear captures Sia on a much darker path than her previous works. Her songs are still very empowering full of the grit that we’re used too but every now and again Sia shows us a glimpse of a fragile heart and a rapidly beating one at that. Their is no doubt that Sia is one of our most inspired songwriters. Every song is a rapturous love affair wrapped in fancy production and dripping with profundity. Their is no point in trying to point out highlights as this record is one giant highlight. Every song is quite capable of burning up the charts and taking Sia into the stratosphere of pop stardom but if any of you know Sia than you already know that that’s not a dream she’s chasing. She’s just going to continue to write gorgeous songs for other artists and hopefully continue to make wonderfully profound records for the rest of us to marvel at. Yes, it’s that good.

It’s kind of strange this massive career that Sia has built for herself. From Zero 7 to writing songs for just about every major pop tart of the last 10 years and now onto her 6th solo record. Strange in the sense that Sia is not your conventional pop star but every now and again in the world of pop music talent wins. 1000 Forms of Fear captures Sia on a much darker path than her previous works. Her songs are still very empowering full of the grit that we’re used too but every now and again Sia shows us a glimpse of a fragile heart and a rapidly beating one at that. Their is no doubt that Sia is one of our most inspired songwriters. Every song is a rapturous love affair wrapped in fancy production and dripping with profundity. Their is no point in trying to point out highlights as this record is one giant highlight. Every song is quite capable of burning up the charts and taking Sia into the stratosphere of pop stardom but if any of you know Sia than you already know that that’s not a dream she’s chasing. She’s just going to continue to write gorgeous songs for other artists and hopefully continue to make wonderfully profound records for the rest of us to marvel at. Yes, it’s that good.