It's Not Me, It's You. Лицензиар. Fuck You. Исполнитель.
So it seems odd for this chart guerrilla to fall into so many trad-pop trappings on sophomore album It's Not Me, It's You. There's the sound: Alright, Still's hissy, homey samples are booted for decidedly more streamlined and schizophrenic backdrops. The voice: Allen's conversational and unpredictable flow is replaced with broad, upfront lines. The publicity: photo shoots for every wheezing print mag left, including brooding black and whites for Interview and Blender. She's taking herself a bit more seriously, in other words. But there is such a thing as good trouble. Take first single "The Fear", part admission, part brag, part apocalyptic vision.
Baby It's You is a 1962 R&B studio album by The Shirelles. It contains the 1962 hits "Baby It's You" and "Soldier Boy". Side one. "Baby It's You" (Burt Bacharach, Mack David, Barney Williams) – 2:43.
We believe it. You kinda get everything that’s happening on the album from this one song, she continued, noting that it’s her favourite on her forthcoming album. It’s our fave too, which is exactly why it’s right here, opening this week’s playlist. Next up is super fun house track Watermelon Woman from Vancouver-based DJ and producer Yu Su. Out on Ninja Tune imprint Technicolour, she took inspiration from Herbie Hancock’s Watermelon Man but made things, as far as we can see, significantly more intergalactic.
Until Drake dropped it as an album it was being hinted at as a mixtape. The running theory right now is that Drake dropped this as an album at the last minute to fulfill his four album contract with Cash Money Records. This way he can leave, when Lil Wayne eventually sorts out his lawsuit with CMR, and it is assumed leaves the label. It is also believed that the album Views From the 6 will still be released by Drake at a later date
A new Drake album is more than an album, it's an arrow pointing towards hip-hop's future. Whatever other titles we may or may not bestow on Aubrey Graham, he's. A new Drake album is more than an album, it's an arrow pointing towards hip-hop's future. Whatever other titles we may or may not bestow on Aubrey Graham, he's indisputably hip-hop's most influential emcee. Whatever sound Drake lays down, that's the sound the rest of the music industry rushes to follow.
It is 10 o’clock on a rainy late summer morning when Jimmy Page arrives at The Gore Hotel to meet with Classic Rock. Situated in the London borough of Kensington, Page knows the hotel and the area well. He has a home nearby, and within a few minutes’ walk is the Royal Albert Hall, where Led Zeppelin were filmed in concert on January 9, 1970 – which was also Page’s 26th birthday. In the hotel’s Green Room, decorated with antique portraits of English nobility and lit by a vast chandelier, Page offers a warm handshake and settles on one of two facing sofas
It's Album Time" (intro) (1:40). 2. "Leisure Suit Preben" (4:22). While there are plenty of examples of his vibrant, synth-heavy dancefloor style on It's Album Time - see "Delorean Dynamite", "Inspector Norse", "Strandbar" and the Lindstrom-ish grandiosity of "Oh Joy" - what really makes it such an essential set are the curious turns and oddball moments
The wait is finally over: It's Album Time. Although pretty self-obvious, it has to be stressed that Todd Terje eventually did what every self-respecting, self-loving and ambitious artist has to do over the course of his or her career: to put all your eggs in one basket. And what a basket full of joy it is! Item Details.
CreditsD.D. Freels - Primary Artist
|1||Painted Lady||D.D. Freels||3:55|
|2||No Better Than This||D.D. Freels||5:16|
|3||It's You||D.D. Freels||4:35|
|4||Sad Magic||D.D. Freels||4:12|
|5||Fun in the Sun||D.D. Freels||3:50|
|7||Another You||D.D. Freels||5:31|
|8||Windrock Mountain||D.D. Freels||4:00|
|9||I See Love||D.D. Freels||3:48|
|10||Fire Still Burns||D.D. Freels||5:40|