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Blackberry Molasses is a song performed by American contemporary R&B group Mista. It is the opening track on their eponymous debut album and serves as the album's first single. The song was the group's highest chart appearance on the Billboard Hot 100, peaking at 53 in 1996. The official music video for the song was directed by Hype Williams. Lyrics of this song at MetroLyrics. Mista's music video for their first single, Blackberry Molasses. Bobby Valentino singing lead. Very deep song for a group their age. Blackberry Molasses. Your Rating. Overview . Discover all of this album's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and Molasses. Produced by Organized Noize. Album Mista. Blackberry Molasses Lyrics. Blackberry Molasses One of the things that never change You gotta keep pushin on The sun don't rain all the time There's gonna be some heart ache And pain. Woke up Sunday morning Gotta little bad news They say my life ain't worth living And time is slowly ticking away Don't think that I'm goin crazy Cause thought be runnin through my head I know I gotta be strong Gotta hold on Sometimes I'd rather give up instead Seems like I'm better off dead. Critic Score. Or consider a donation More Albums. View All. Hide Ads. Contributions By. Watch the video for Blackberry Molasses from Mista's Mista for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Blackberry Molasses One of the things that never change You gotta keep pushin' on, the sun don't rain all the time There's gonna be some heartacheWatch the video for Blackberry Molasses from Mista's Mista for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Blackberry Molasses One of the things that never change You gotta keep pushin' on, the sun don't rain all the time There's gonna be some heartache View full lyrics. Similar Tracks. Fresh Groove. Play track. Things You Do. CD Single. Mista Artist Format: Audio CD. These talented guys deserve more recognition. These are four great tracks for cruising, slow dancing, with the kind of harmony you don't hear on the radio any more. Blackberry Molasses Lady Tears, Scars & Lies I Think That I Should Be. Read more. Blackberry Molasses may be the most melancholic R&B song of the '90s. It's fatalistic and though it urges listeners to push on, it's honest about the inevitability of struggle and dissolution, slumping toward the conclusion that Life goes on There's no such place as paradise. It's the perfect song to play over and over again on a rainy day. That song, as well as most of this self-titled debut, is produced by Organzied Noise, the beatsmiths behind many of Outkast, Goodie Mob and TLC's greatest hits. Mista are in fine form he. Mista album. Just better. It starts out with almost a medieval feel. It's one of the most visual songs on the album with strong harmonies and a great melody. Blackberry Molasses peaked at No. 13 on the Billboard Hot R&BHip-Hop Songs chart. The album's second single, Lady performed less well, peaking at number 61 in December 1996. Despite the success of Blackberry Molasses, Mista peaked at No. 37 on the Billboard Top R&BHip-Hop Albums and has sold just over 100,000 copies since its 1996 release. Track listing