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 0Posted on Nov 19th | re: Preview BeyoncĂ©'s "7/11" & "Ring Off" (2 comments)

Nope, not feeling the autotune.

 +10Posted on Nov 18th | re: Pusha T - "Lunch Money" (Prod. Kanye West) (20 comments)

This tops Numbers On The Boards somehow i don’t know how it did it but it did.

 0Posted on Nov 13th | re: Lorde Tells Diplo To Do Something About His Tiny Penis (28 comments)

Yes, that word. Me make dumb error.

 +1Posted on Nov 13th | re: Lorde Tells Diplo To Do Something About His Tiny Penis (28 comments)

Not sure if Lorde fully understands the levity of what she started, but this should be interesting.

I think.

 -2Posted on Nov 3rd | re: Taylor Swift Pulls Her Music From Spotify (79 comments)

Have to be honest here: Is me not “getting” Taylor Swift a manifestation of my lack of whiteness? I feel like it is most of the time.

I mean, I get the importance of a subtly written pop song, but I don’t think I would make that quantum leap claim from pop starlet to femme-virtuoso just because I was finally swept in by a pop song that did not deceive me with incredibly shallow lyrics. Unless this is, unbeknownst to me, more of a political thing than anything.

Someone please elaborate on the T-swizzle dynasty for my sake.

 0Posted on Oct 24th | re: Tiga - "Bugatti" (Feat. Pusha T) (3 comments)

Same. Totally confused me with the last article and now this one.

All things considered, it’s okay collaboration. Not sure if I like Pusha T’s vocals on this, though I could easily imagine Azealia Banks, Zebra Katz, Le1f or Mykki Blanco doing damage on this beat.

 0Posted on Oct 20th | re: Gwen Stefani - "Baby Don't Lie" (33 comments)

“…always knew that Ryan Tedder boy was bad news, lemme tell ya”

 +2Posted on Oct 20th | re: Gwen Stefani - "Baby Don't Lie" (33 comments)

This makes me sad.

 0Posted on Oct 19th | re: Baauer - "One Touch" (Feat. AlunaGeorge) (1 comments)

I know the writers on Stereogum couldn’t care less about the technical side of producing, but Baauer’s had the winning formula for mixing low end frequencies since day one (or since the brink of Harlem Shake and the trap movement).

That alone makes this typical vocal chopping edit sound a ton better.

 0Posted on Oct 9th | re: Watch Jessie Ware Perform Another New Song "Keep On Lying" (2 comments)

This album is already sounding end-of-the-year-list worthy.