O.T. Genasis Remakes Keyshia Cole’s ‘Love’ Hit And It’s Hilariously Terrible
The rapper channeled the songstress in a video shared Thursday (Dec. 5).
He belted out Keyshia Cole’s “Love,” which was originally released back in 2005.
Upon clicking on the video, the more than 400,000 people who have watched it so far heard and saw O.T. Genasis singing the iconic lyrics.
“I used to think that I wasn’t fly enough.”
But anyone who knows the song knows he switched up the lyrics when he sang,
“Cause the homies told me I wasn’t wild enough”
“And I used to think that I wasn’t wild enough”
He continued and sang,
“But now I’m sitting back trying to figure out, how to cock and aim so I can chalk em out.”
On that part, Keyshia Cole actually sang,
“But I won’t waste my time tryin’ to figure out why you playin’ games… What’s this all about?”
He went on to sing,
“It’s killing me, your third degree, I shot my op from a distance. What you see in cuz you don’t see in me when I’m done, you gon know, ain’t make believe… So cuzzz… never knew that I was crippin, if a n***a get to trippin I’m a ride…”
Keyshia Cole actually sang,
“Oh, love, never knew what I was missing, but I knew once we start kissin’, I found, love”
There’s only so much we can say about O.T. Genasis’s version though. It’s one of those things you have to hear for yourself. Check it out.
After that, it’s safe to say we need to hear the original.
Keyshia Cole hasn’t responded yet.
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