Discussion in 'Music Forum' started by Swae Lee, May 1, 2018.
do you like Vince Staples' "Yeah Right"?
i actually dislike big fish theory, can't tell if it's more bc of vince's raps or the production
that take makes me so sad
lol thanks, i knew i didn't want to get into this
have fun with this pretty good album everyone
awwwwww mannnnnnnn that's super saddddd. my favorite album from last year :'(
we love you either way
I should stop being greedy because we just got this perfect album but
I can't wait to hear what SOPHIE cooked up on the GAIKA album
god eff these commercials in the middle of these masterpieces
I cannot stop listening to this in a way that I haven't had in a while. I am so drawn to it.
it's bold and audacious in a way few things really are, so glad people are feeling it
The bangers on this are great, but done better by the likes of Lotic, MESH, FiS etc. Not keen on her voice either, especially the first track. Nothing on here will keep me coming back to it IMO.
Also this got BNM and Soil didn’t? Damn
soil not getting BNM is the biggest snub of the year so far, I think
so you'd say your face is...so hard?
It’s on Spotify now
This is so fucking abrasive. I have so many mixed feelings. It'd definitely be a fucking trip in a live setting.
Yeah def gotta hear this live
Title still confuses me. Corruption of 'I Love Every Person Inside', right? I saw someone suggest that last week.
Yes, that seems to be it.
Also, why did someone edit the title to remove the caps? That’s literally the stylization of the artist and album name lol
Pretty rad title. Not heard her music before, RIYL?
Abrasive deconstruction of pop music is the most basic generalization I could give. There’s some bangers here, a ballad, an ambient track. She’s produced for Charli XCX, Vince Staples, affiliated with PC Music. The album tackles ideas of gender, sexuality, and the human body both lyrically and sonically.
It’s definitelty not for everybody.
Got a couple listens in today, I'm blown away .
whole crew in here
Holy shit, I need to pick up all the pieces of my brain after that. I don’t even know what to make of it all but Pretending into Immaterial is brilliant and the last track is just totally unreal
even Rolling Stone picked up on the Tim Hecker/Ben Frost influences
whole (new) world just showed up at my party and it feels great