Anyone who knows that naughty bass line from the song "Maria, Maria" from Satana Featuring Wyclef Jean may have mixed feelings about the new DJ Khaled jam.
Rihanna and Bryson Tiller throw down the track "Wild Thoughts" using the same music as the Santana song that was released in 1999. But instead of the more serious subject matter that Wyclef Jean was singing about, Rihanna strokes herself and dances about having sexual thoughts for someone, and how they want her naked. Typical Riri.
Bryson Tiller comes to the track in his dark way, echoing the "Wild Thoughts" the pair could be having, while DJ Khaled dances in the background and does his signature catch phrases in a Latin looking town.
Lyrics are not safe for work - but one thing remains the same other than the musical content - both videos feature a girl dancing in a bedroom, and both have green tones.
"Wild Thoughts" available at iTunes http://smarturl.it/GRATEFUL_iTunes Apple Music http://smarturl.it/GRATEFUL_AM Spotify http://smarturl.it/WildThoughts_Sptfy DJ Khaled online: https://twitter.com/djkhaled https://www.instagram.com/djkhaled/ https://www.facebook.com/officialdjkhaled/ (C) 2017 Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment
Throw it back to Satana:
Santana's official music video for 'Maria Maris' ft. The Product G&B. Click to listen to Santana on Spotify: http://smarturl.it/SanSpot?IQid=SanMM As featured on Ultimate Santana. Click to buy the track or album via iTunes: http://smarturl.it/UltSaniTunes?IQid=SanMM Google Play: http://smarturl.it/SanMMplay?IQid=SanMM Amazon: http://smarturl.it/UltSanAmz?IQid=SanMM More from Santana Into The Night ft. Chad Kroeger: https://youtu.be/fQ9nQNx0KEs Smooth ft.
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