Le Souillé (luh swee-yā) means “The Stained” in French.
Aguille et de Fil ©2019
Needle & Wire is a curated creative blog that will highlight work from M E and other contemporary artists. The exhibitions will range from poetry to audio-visuals and will include a short blurb from the artist explaining the significance of said artwork. The month of February will highlight
M E’s song Téa from the Pride Kills EP.
“The name Téa (tay-uh) comes from the actress Tea Leoni, who pronounces her name ‘tay’. She was in the first Bad Boys movie and I always thought her name was dope. It symbolizes cocaine in the song as the street name for it is ‘white girl’”
- M E
“Téa is a prequel to a song I did called Sandy on the Barbershop Politics project back in 2014. The idea was to put the listener in the mind frame of a guy willing to go to extremes to achieve success and how that decision making would lead to a situation such as the one that unfolded during Sandy” - M E
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