Only the Pos’ verse is repeated man.
I already her version of that song playing in my head.
“Orchestral churn” just doesn’t seem to fit him as well as some of those cheezy 80s jazzy instrumentals like “Maybach Music II” do.
This is just so silly, I love it. I hope these two continue working together for the foreseeable future.
Disappointed ‘Icky Thump’ didn’t get any love on this, but I don’t know what song you’d kick off of here to make room for one of those tracks.
Picked up this and ‘St. Vincent’ today. Dug into ‘Oxymoron’ first and am not regretting that decision in the least.
Hopefully this is the ‘Flockaveli’ of pop music.
All You Need Is Love
I know this isn’t exactly the rager you’d expect from reading the pairing, but this still goes off.
Not sure the words “Matt Bonner” and “gluttonous” or “asshole” are seen together that often.
Not sure what Rob Thomas has to do with this…
I don’t really know if “Drunk in Love” in particular took steps forward for feminism. It’s more the album as a whole if anything, and if you want to single out any of them: “Flawless”, “Heaven” and “Blue” all come to mind before that one.
Every remix of this has been gold.
Really really. What don’t you like about it?
Why has no one mentioned that Nicki flat-out raps in this thing?!?
Also cannot help but think of the Band when I think of this. Especially something with a little more of a groove to it like “Up on Cripple Creek”.
At this point, anyone who is a fan of Gucci should treat any new track as a gift.
I’m glad you pointed out the ‘In My Mind: Mixtape’. His takes on “Liquid Swords” and “It Was A Good Day” are both phenomenal.
One point I would make, when Seeger stood before HUAC in 1955 he refused to plead the Fifth and argued instead that he would not answer any questions on the grounds that it would violate his First Amendment rights. Which I think in its own way speaks to how tireless of a campaigner he was for free speech.
R.I.P. Pete, it’s been good to know you.
Just echoing previous sentiments at this point, but this really does reek of a “cover your ass” move to curry some favor with hip-hop heads.
I hate to nitpick, but I think that Future part in “Nothing But Some Pain” is a sample from “Honest” because Future uses the line for the hook in that song. Regardless, it’s a phenomenal tune.
I have to ask, are you arguing in the 1st graph that Lil B has disappeared or become lost?
Tom already covered this almost a year ago in the his write-up for “1017 Thug”.
Drake and Bobby Moynihan high-fiving might be the best thing I’ve seen all year.
Swap #1 and #2 and your list would probably be in better shape.