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Digital kitchen scale. I only own the main release and the picture disc and since photos of the main one are all over the net I thought I'd post pics of the picture disc, witch I think is really nice lookin', especially when it's spinnin' on a wheel of steel.
Alright I've done enough writing, so now go twist some up and get amped to this dope 12". And be nice and drop a comment! Labels: GeoStressed Out. Over who said this and who robbed the other, some one bust a clock, the whole park runs for cover. Picked it up a looong time ago, listened to it, and kinda put it to the side I think Swati is from Massachusetts and this record was released some time around '94, don't quote me on that though. Unfortunately I have no idea who did the production work for this song and I know nothing about the label.
Like I said, I haven't really made up my mind on this one yet. When I first got it it kinda came off wack but after listenin' to it a couple times I feel this song had alot of potential but kinda fell short. Swati's flow isn't too bad, pretty laid back, but what had me originally hatin' on this record was the RnB vocal samples and the wack guitar samples.
Once Swati starts rhymin' you can hear the potential again. The majority of her rhymes stick to the theme of the cut and are pretty dope. So I guess there's just to many things in this song I'm not feelin'. So since this record is pretty unknown I thought I'd see what you guys think.
Maybe you'll find it doper then I do. I don't think I'm going to hold on to this record for very long so if anyone is interested in grabbin' it Theme From Fuck Daddy (Remix) - Various - Drug Skill (Vinyl me know. Of course, LP) beautiful as the radio edit's serpentine may be, the real fun and games are found in the song's eight-minute live bedroom takewhere Sultana untaps levels of soul in loop pedals and guitar noodling to make jam bands across the globe weep in shame.
London producer Sophie spent the past few years constructing hyper-reality pop confections crackling with energy, marked by collabs with Madonna and Charli XCX.
Largely known for staying out of the public eye, she made a public pronouncement with the release of the slowly unfurling "It's Okay to Cry," the heart-piercing first trickle of what promises to follow Sophie's album Product. In a near whisper, she delicately builds towards an explosive denouement, without losing any of the cool remove. JAY-Z, "". Then the rapper and producer No I. Vince Staples, "Big Fish". Let him gloat: Here, Staples offers a smart musing on his own fame that boasts about life on the bright side while also ruminating on the shadow behind.
The Chainsmokers, "Paris". For a while there it seemed like The Chainsmokers couldn't miss with their go-to formula of pairing pop-leaning electro beats with irresistible female vocals on the hook, and "Paris" continued that streak. Over the hills and far away — in Bavaria-influenced Frankenmuth, Mich.
It was only natural for the trio to team up on Without Warning and standout track "Ghostface Killers," featuring Travis Scott. Imagine Dragons, "Thunder". Tee Grizzley, "First Day Out". Similarly, few moments within all of popular music this year possessed the kinetic force of the beat drop at the mark, which completed its transition from meditation to elbows-up banger. Daniel LP) feat. Kali Uchis, "Get You". The unabashed love song operates on multiple levels with balanced couplets that celebrate physical attraction as much as deeper connections, and it reaches even greater heights with a sultry assist from Kali Uchis, who sails above the production with hushed reassurances.
Alice Merton, "No Roots". The only truly effective promo moment from Arcade Fire's now-infamous Everything Now campaign was one the band stumbled into accidentally: When a record shop in Barcelona got an advance copy of the title-track single, and couldn't help but share a video of them playing it in-store.
The clip was quickly pulled, of course, but its lo-fi enthusiasm was everything the rest of the LP cycle wasn't -- organic, intimate, fun -- and it was matched by the giddiness of the song itself, which took a Talking Heads approach to ABBA for an alt-disco Theme From Fuck Daddy (Remix) - Various - Drug Skill (Vinyl filler that probably should've been titled "Everything ' Dagny, "Love You Like That".
Big Sean, "Bounce Back". Indeed, there've been few more consistent winners in '10s hip-hop than Sean Michael Leonard Anderson, which makes this collab with Metro Boomin in the midst of an even longer undefeated streak about taking an L a curious proposition. Still, the determination of the hook and the hustle of the verses certainly seem to come from experience; if Sean really is bouncing back, perhaps he's just doing so with Superman-leaping-tall-buildings ease. SZA, "The Weekend".
Chris Stapleton, "Second One to Know". No surprise, then, that this is the song that nearly crossed Stapleton over from his country home base into the Triple A radio world. Miley Cyrus, "Malibu". But it also kicked off a refreshing new one: As the year-old croons wistfully about rekindled love over surging acoustic strums, we fall for her all over again. Marshmello feat. Khalid, "Silence". Becky G feat. Bad Bunny, "Mayores". For Becky G, age ain't nothing but a number. Two words for Miss Becky -- get it.
The xx, "Say Something Loving". On this delicate duet from their I See You album, The xx capture the exhilarating emotional spiral of new love and the nauseating need for reciprocation that comes with it. His socially charged record "Told You So" is layered with an electric soundscape, indelible lyrics like "Every pleasure you taste has its price," and a video packed with a slew of political messages. If the world ever crumbles due to global strife, at least Miguel can sit back and laugh that he Migos, "T-Shirt".
From its brash opening synth-bass booms to its relentlessly catchy "Mama told me While the ice trapper-themed video gets a lot of the praise -- understandably -- the song itself serves up a slew of quotables from each member of the trio, none more enjoyable than Takeoff's celebratory "Straight out North Atlanta!
Maluma, "Felices Los 4". Post Malone feat. Post Malone became one of the more polarizing breakout hitmakers ofparticularly after this 21 Savage collab spent eight weeks at No. No Bon Scott-big-upping tribute to living like a rock star has ever been this unnervingly serene. Rex Orange County started buzzing this spring after dropping his self-released Apricot Princess album, and the hype only grew stronger when his name appeared on the track list for Tyler, the Creator's Flower Boy this summer.
The single, with Dutch singer Benny Sings, could LP) soundtrack a movie montage of a guy in love, the piano and drums timing the spring in his step, the sighing strings perfect for any sweeping gestures. Death Weekend Spies in Disguise Harmonica checked DeepStar Six 6 minutes ago. DeepStar Six Quantum of Solace Most popular movies. Most popular lists.
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