A Boogie – “D.A.R.E.” f. Young Dolph

blame it on Meka August 23, 2017

For those who didn’t live in Southern California, the acronym “D.A.R.E” — which stood for “Drug Abuse Resistance Education” — was a maligned and heavily criticized initiative implemented by then-police chief Daryl Gates and the Los Angeles Unified School District during the so-called “War on Drugs.” The irony, of course, is that the “war” was started by the government who played a heavy role in widespread drug use. Needless to say, D.A.R.E has become a running joke over the past few decades.

Case in point: A Boogie and Young Dolph‘s latest, “D.A.R.E.” Clearly, this song has nothing to do with Drug Abuse Resistance Education, which is ironic because Drug Abuse Resistance Education had nothing to do with Drug Abuse Resistance Education either. If itony was fruit, we’d all be drinking smoothies right now.