FEEL ME FLOW by Naughty by Nature

October 29, 2022

Motion picture soundtracks usually have songs from artists that contributed to the film’s message, and this was certainly clear when 8 Mile opened in November 2002. But Naughty by Nature’s song “Feel Me Flow” isn’t on the first soundtrack from the movie. Instead, it’s featured on a follow-up album called, More Music From 8 Mile. Fans wanted more music that defined the characters during the pivotal week in the life of an up-and-coming hip-hop star. In the life of this hip-hop artist, the week happened in 1995.

Naughty By Nature is a bonafide hip-hop superstar trio that significantly influenced hip-hop’s popularity during the 1990s. Thus, Naughty By Nature should be part of any hip star’s rise to fame, notably because they were hip-hop recording artists living success in real-time. While songs like “Feel Me Flow” were background songs not included on the first soundtrack, Artists like the trio Naughty by Nature help tell the broader story behind hip hop.

Naughty by Nature is from East Orange, New Jersey, a hardscrabble city not unlike Detroit. Anthony “Treach” Criss, Vincent “Vin Rock” Brown, and “DJ Kay Gee” Keir Lamont Gist met and started hanging out together in the early 1980s. Naughty by Nature might represent the evolution of rap music into hip hop, particularly given their original name, The New Style. Any story about hip hop isn’t complete without knowing about Naughty by Nature and songs like “Feel Me Flow.”

Naughty by Nature Fun Facts

  • “Feel Me Flow” was released in February 1995 as a single from their forthcoming album.
  • Poverty’s Paradise was the name of the album that many up-and-coming hip-hop artists listened to for cultural guidance.
  • “Feel Me Flow” reached the number 3 spot on the Hot Rap Singles chart and 17 on the Billboard 100 chart.


You ’bout to feel the chronicles of a bionical lyric

lyrically splitting dismissing

I’m on a mission of just hitting

now it’s written and kitten hitting wit mittens

I’m missing wishing man listen

I glisten like sun and water while fishing.

Bust the move and then swerve

Serve words with nerve embedded I said it word

Damn, you nerd man, you heard

Coming from the town of Illy and alleys are

full of Phillies and Rallys suckers get

Silly as Sally then found in alleys, I’m rowdy really

So here we go now,

Holla if ya hear me though, come and feel me flow

Never mixing with tricking brothers bitching

Over fixin’s that ain’t fitting to be hitting.

On nothing splitting things that’s bitten

And getting written off

Like a fatter bad bladder boy ya pissing me off

Before you even started so what

So long see you fly by my try how else

Could I say it when you play it try boom bye bye.

So here we go now,

Holla if ya hear me though, come and feel me flow

So here we go now,

Holla if ya hear me though, come and feel me flow

The flow pro poetical with skills only

A vet’ll know better know where’s

The wetter flow that’s on point like

Decimals manhandling new crews

Partying with the Zoo Crew

Looking for the pink in poo poo.

I thought you knew too stone style is of stamina

Jamming ta while we planning ta jam

We bust plus we’re the party

Amateur damager managing damaging mics

Men and even mannequins.

You’re a fan again now I want to know whose the man again?

Naughty’s back like vertibrates word to hey-a-ho

The way I show you pray I flow

Steady breaking to the boogie so bang time

To slang bang and watch all the poo tang tangs hang

So here we go now,

Holla if ya hear me though, come and feel me flow

So here we go now,

Holla if ya hear me though, come and feel me flow

Play and Kay’ll break the body of a beat

The beat the break into boogie

Firm and fully chase bass lines like bullies

All we want to know is if your body want to party

It’s ‘nough poo tang tang for everybody

So hip up and split up get up

Get up your wit up souped up put your dukes up

No guts set up for sit ups flip up watch us rip up.

Shakes shows until they fizz up

Rizz up like your with us if not zip up

You lip up whip up.

Hits with ransom’s foul styles get and ones

We come back cause we heard

Hip hop needed another anthem

Black like Noah in fact and for ya

If we was back in the days with the Drifters

We would’ve been known as the Flowers

Bevin these since the seventies

Find me so we went crazy in the eighties

So we won’t kiss heinies in the nineties

Oops the Naughty’s troop in sections of forties

So clap your hands and hold your shorty I’m Naughty.

So here we go now,

Holla if ya hear me though, come and feel me flow

So here we go now,

Holla if ya hear me though, come and feel me flow


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