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How dare you steal my thunder a.j. You said you wished the D’Angelo album would come out, you predicted nothing!
And shame on you Raptor Judas, I expected better
I think the point was these were “premature” because it was a review before the album came out. In this instance the album came out last night so it isn’t premature in that sense. Maybe would have been better off waiting a day and making this aotw?
This is probably the most similar list to mine and it only has 2 songs in common.
Interesting that as far as I have noticed the only mentions of “Tuesday” have been you, me, and Chris Deville and we all had it as #1
Just read through all the lists posted and they are absurdly diverse
Not saying I don’t like it, doubt I will get sick of Drake anytime soon, but listen to “0 to 100″ and when the hook starts rap the hook from “Started from the Bottom” over it. It fits perfectly. It’s like each word from each hook has the exact same # of syllables.
Every comment I leave is a reply for some reason
“We didn’t collaborate on this list, except to make sure that our individual lists didn’t overlap — once a song was chosen by one writer, it was off-limits for everyone else”
So was it like a fantasy football draft? How did you determine who got the first pick? Was it a snake format?
I’d like to think this all went down at Buffalo Wild wings.
Somewhat off topic, but speaking of prominent tracks from this year I can’t be the only person who noticed that “0 to 100″ was basically the exact same song as “Started From the Bottom”. Drake tried to pull a fast one on us y’all.
Somewhat thought out, somewhat off the cuff…
1. iLoveMakonnen – Tuesday (with or without Drake)
2. Real Estate – Talking Backwards
3. Spoon – Inside Out
4. Steve Gunn – Wayout Weather
5. Perfume Genius – Queen
Jeremih – Don’t Tell Em, SBTRKT – Temporary View, Sia – Chandelier, Sun Kil Moon – Ben’s My Best Friend, Taylor Swift – Shake it Off, New Pornographers – Brill Bruisers, Mac Demarco – Goodbye Weekend FREEMAN – Covert Discretion, Mr. Twin Sister – In The House of Yes, Run The Jewels – Close Your Eyes (And Count to Fuck)