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Beyonce’s performance was incredibly awkward if you ask me.
So after marinating on this stream for a bit, I am decidedly underwhelmed.
A little too much filler for my taste, Rustie :(
Kitty + PC Music.
Why has no one thought of this yet?
There’s something unsettling and dystopian about drones that makes me completely okay with him knocking it down.
Little known fact: Kevin Durant’s favourite team growing up was the Toronto Raptors because of Vince Carter. So it’s not a ridiculous idea.
And say what you want about Drake, but if anyone’s looking out for Canada basketball and repping it to the fullest, it’s him.
Dividing soundscapes and a “real song” is where I most definitely disagree with you.
“…that he delivered a beautifully emotive and vulnerable falsetto so striking that Justin Vernon of Bon Iver would be proud of.”
I don’t agree with Childish Gambino at all, but to make an article about it…? Statement articles like these are the equivalent of the early statement reviews of Pitchfork. Basically it gives of these embarassing, immature, bullheaded vendetta vibes.
“It’s not the first time Gambino has borrowed from K-Dot”
Didn’t Kendrick most famously ride the coattails of Childish Gambino’s “You Know Me” beat with his Look Out For Detox freestyle? I wouldn’t say 3005 sounds like Hol’ Up anyway, though there are other songs of Donald that sound like other rappers. If you’re going for comparisons, you guys should make the obvious ones, I suppose if you’re going for that strawman argument.
Flipped when I heard this on a diplo mix
That’s been my concern as well. A ton of electronic artists have been pushing and stretching the extent of trap’s sound for quite awhile now and I would personally be a bit let down to see Rustie’s return in form to be similar/comparable to what everyone else has been doing since he’s been absent. Rustie has undoubtedly set the tone for an entire scene of producers/copycats since Glass Swords, a lot of whom have drawn from his trademark aesthetic with incredible competence, save some of the masterful sound mixing techniques, so there’s a lot of eyes and expectations with his next step.
Iunno. Maybe I’m just being a little too greedy in wanting him to shake up the game again with this album.