“Lovin You” is a cover off of HeIsTheArtist’s EP “Adam & Eve” of a Minnie Riperton song with the same name.
Adam & Eve” is an EP by Smooth Jazz Singer-Songwriter Heistheartist. The EP combines secular and non-secular music (which includes 3 original songs and 3 covers) to tell the biblical toxic love story of Adam and Eve.
The EP starts out with Heistheartist’s Christian love song “Boom” which is symbolic of God telling both Adam and Eve that they did not need to eat fruit from the tree of knowledge because God is all they needed.
The EP then moves on to the turmoil in the story of “Adam & Eve.” Most notably, the lyrics in “High Fashion” (which is a Smooth Jazz Cover Of the Roddy Ricch song) “I’ve got ice on you cause you’ve got a cold heart” mimics the cold blood of the serpent that tricked “Adam & Eve” into disobeying God. The song sets the tone for the toxicity in the story of “Adam & Eve” which is the most vital part in understanding what God wanted the world to get out of the story.
Next the EP moves on to a Smooth Jazz medley of “ Sometimes” by Britney Spears and “I Want You Around” by Snoh Aalegra. The lyrics “I want you around round, round, round” mimics the winding of the serpent in the story of “Adam & Eve” while the lyrics “Sometimes I run, Sometimes I hide” mimic the innocence of both Adam and Eve. It is all tied in with a Latin Jazz acoustic guitar which references the Brazilian Giant Anaconda snakes.
The EP then ends with Heistheartist’s cover of “Lovin You” by Minnie Riperton. The cover symbolizes God restoring order in a smooth relaxed form as reassurance usually comes.
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