Or is it a meditation on the early stages of a break-up? The way he whispers “them racks” in the third verse alone is worthy of your loudest flex bomb and hottest flame emoji. Twitter facebook youtube instagram. For the past couple of years, it’s been my contention that the season rests squarely on the Boy delivering a song or remix that’s as reliable as jorts and ice cream sandwiches. Is it really summer if you don’t have a killer Drake verse to yell obnoxiously in the club?
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Part of London trio Real Lies ‘ appeal is the pairing of wryly delivered spoken-word verses with the almost innocent yearning of their early ’90s-referencing vocal hooks.
For the initiated, T-Wayne is a Houston rapper and Entertainment rookie whose song “Nasty Freestyle” has set of a Vine-craze—a la Bobby Shmurda—with users tracking six seconds of Spiderman and dancing babies to the song’s opening couplet: Second, this beat is wedding music at it’s finest, even though the whole song is a surreal take on the pervasive Fashion Rap wave and is about as self-absorbed as a song called “How Do I Look” can be.
Mustard’s drums are relatively skeletal here compared to his usual pregnant pitter-patter, but the surprisingly sparse production proves a perfect vehicle for Los’ smooth, braggadocios flow.
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But the duo, comprised of Mat Cothran and Delaney Mills, released a stream of the album a few days early, and listening now makes the whole wait seem worth it; the second couplet on sleepy highlight “Rock N’ Roll” goes: The verse is great and all—just off-key enough that it’s in the sweet spot between being enjoyable and being easy to sing along to—but, maybe for the first time, Drake’s star power fails to eclipse a track’s original artist.
Music Style Culture Video. I understand half of it and can’t stop listening ke it. Shouts to the Illegal Civ hooligans for skating to this gem and opening my eyes to the brilliance of Shakir J. Beenzino ‘s “How Do I Look” dropped dead-center last summer, and it’s officially time to revisit it.
Or is it a meditation on the early stages of a break-up? For the past couple of years, it’s been my contention that the season rests squarely on the Boy delivering a song or remix that’s as reliable as jorts and ice cream sandwiches.
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Is it really summer if you don’t have a killer Drake remjx to yell obnoxiously in the club? And though “Seeds,” a gentle swell of guitar and falsetto, is the first I’ve ojt from him, he feels comfortably familiar to me; it’s the wash of tender-hearted, melancholic folk-hemming sound that soundtracked so many somber late-night drives during my emotional teenage years.
Twitter facebook youtube instagram. His take on Fetty Wap’s “My Way” has me rethinking that theory, though. It’s the kind of tragically funny lyric that Cothran is better at writing then just about anyone. Femix kid was no older than 13 when he and his boys rolled through the local mall to hold a clinic in swag: And still, somehow, he ain’t even famous.
Fall 20th Anniversary Issue. It could really be any of the above but, most importantly, the dreamy track sounds like a warm, protracted hug I’m happy to accept. Fetty holds his own over the layered beat with an endearing warble that suggests he may have more in his arsenal than just a single hit.
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There’s even a lil loon sample, the mainstay of house classics like thiswhich cements it as winner in my book. Beenzino, “How Do I Look”.
Elvis Depressedly, “Rock N’ Roll”. It feels like we’ve been waiting a small eternity for New Alhambrathe Elvis Depressedly full-length that Run For Cover records and Orchid Tapes will officially co-release next week, on vinyl and cassette respectively. Real Lies, “Seven Sisters”. Their latest, “Seven Sisters,” is like a house party where the only two guests are yesteryear’s wide-eyed rave euphoria and today’s vaguely anxious fatigue.
Fetty Wap has some qualms about Space Jam 2. The way he whispers “them racks” in the leet verse alone is worthy of your loudest flex bomb and hottest flame emoji.