Posts tagged: music
Cakes Da Killa
Rap, Ballroom, Vogue
Fuck Ya Boifriend
Qurl. With how busy I’ve been you know I wouldnt waste your time unless this shit was REAL. I bring you Cakes Da Killa. Homosexual rapper, badass bitch and lyrical slayer. This track fools you in the first 20 seconds with a bass drop and the cunty vogue synth snarls. Then like a rocket he starts laying down fast dirty lyrics to make you want to drop to the floor. At first youll be like
Reflect and connect to this..-NvS ( @WhoIsNvS )
Support my friend and give this a listen.
House, Dance, Pop
#thatPOWER (feat Justin Bieber)
Now, I’m not really one for the Biebs, but this song….THIS. SONG. Willy is coming for vogue nation with these tracks I swear. It starts off with a cute high synth followed by a pretty average choral break…but then something changes….the synth entirely cuts out and the Biebs just goes
And I’m loving every second
better (cute harmony)
House, Electro House, Rap
Super Dope (feat Whiskey Pete)
Rap, Hip Hop, Drum & Bass
Wild For The Night (feat Skrillex & Birdy Nam Nam)
This track is interesting. Starting off with a simple bass, and vocals pitched all the way down, the rap sounds funny to me. Then before you know it, Skrillex’s style becomes apparent and vocals return to normal.
Its pretty dope, because in the beginning you feel like a gangsta listening to it,
and then in a flash you’re a rager bro. It’s entertaining as fuck. Skrillex also takes a unique approach. From his usual brostep manic sounds to very dutchy synths to accompany the hip hop beat. I approve sir. I approve. You made this track with grace.
Pop, Electro House
Ohay qurl. You been gone for a minute. You always poppin with slow music…oh okay..I guess Ill listen to your new track…sure why no-HOLY HELL.
Ladies, grab hold of your dollar store wigs, because Leona ain’t fuckin with no .99 cent menus today.
So I start listening to this track, and it has a dubstepish tempo style to the beat. And I was all like hmmm
It slowly starts to get faster as Leona chants beautifully over the rising tempo of the track.
Then….the unspeakable happens….
AND ILL LOVE YOU WITH MY GLASS HEART.
The Zedd-esque bass snarls through ripping off those cheap wigs I warned you about along its way, like a bass tornado. Leona, you are going in. Now despite my greatest wishes, this was the only EDM inspired track (excluding Collide’s Remix) on the new album.
She still is perfect looking to match her perfect voice. I guess I’ll forgive her. THIS TIME
Hey guys, this is a new segment I’ve been thinking about writing. It’s just a rough idea and I’m kinda going with the flow with it, but I often get questions from friends about genres of music and music in general. I know a lot, but I am not a professional and I will research a little myself to get more knowledge myself. EVERYBODY LEARNS.
OUR FURST LURNING IS ABOUT
What it is?: Originating in artists like Gucci Mane and T.I., trap music isn’t really a new thing, however it has been recently revamped and taken the EDM world by storm. Trap music takes elements of house and electronic synths and combining them with hip hop and rap style drums. Tracks are usually restyled around 70-80 bpm (as opposed to 125-132 bpm for house music). Many remixes of late have had all the original synths of the original track and replaced them with fat 808 drums and smooth high hats. Popular vocal drops in trap music are also a dead giveaway.
“DAMN SON WHERED YA FIND THIS”
“OKAY” (in sassy black girl voice)
KNY Factory’s remix of Blue by Eifel 65 (I tried to find a very recognizable song so you can hear the real difference)
Who are trap artists?: Not many artists are out right now, more are doing trap style remixes. However, artists like Baauer and R.L. Grime is really at the front lines of the trap music battalion. Baauer’s first EP Dum Dum is only three tracks, but each is unique and epic in their own way.
Baauer’s original track, “Harlem Shake”
“Isn’t this dub step?!”: Not at all! Although dubstep shares similar tempo to trap music, that is their only similarity. Dubstep involves heavy bass, harsh distortion and wobbles mixed with different drops and build ups. Trap music is much more subtle for it’s bass drops, and can be less mind blowing to first time listeners. I would think it to be much more radio friendly.
“What do you think of trap music?” Honestly, I think it’s very cool. It is an interesting spin on music. I love mashing up genres when I spin so this is a cool way to had flavor to a set. It’s a little too underground right now to predict whether it will make it to the radio. Dubstep is still on the outskirts of pop world. I have seen a few official remix packs coming out with trap remixes in them, so it’s getting attention here and there. With the confusion of it with dubstep as well, it does seem unlikely that trap heavy music will come to the radio world in large waves like house and dance music have.
Get into trap music Before Its Big and impress all your friends >:D
House, Progressive House
We’ve Only Just Begun (feat Ester Dean)
Here is a track that somehow slipped past me. Coming out in September, this track featuring lyrical genius Ester Dean. Ester Dean has written many of today’s pop singles and also sings many of the demos. And of course she has a lot of her own singles including the ever popular “Drop It Low”. Here she sings for Michael Woods surprisingly good track.
I’m watching you Michael Woods….
Starting off with a cool wobble followed by Ester’s vocals and a smooth bass drum, this beat makes me sweat Sweet Nothing.
The wobbley bass line turns into the progressive synthed out chorus. Although I’m sad to see the wobble go, this synth here is just as good. The verse and chorus repeat making for an overall decent house track. I could see it being a pop record, but at this point being 4 months ago since it came out, there is little hope. Don’t be afraid to give it a whirl though!
That’s right. Miss Brooke Candy is back and she is WORTH IT. This crazy ass bitch is sporting baby chameleons, and neon braids to serve you some real shit. As she says in the song, “arab dude singin in da back” is the main beat for this track. With insane lyrics that will make you wanna listen again just to make sure she actually went there, miss Candy makes me smile with every super crazy line.
“While your trying on your Louboutins, IM GROOVIN ON YOUR MANS COCK”
That doesnt even fucking rhyme, and I’m like
Brooke Candy is allegedly set to have a new album come out this year. Let us pray for the basic bitches.
Welcome the new goddess.