Chris Brown Talks Leonardo DiCaprio-Rihanna Dating Rumors ...
Rihanna’s relationship history: Who is the R7 singer dating?
Rihanna and Chris Brown - Latest news, views, gossip ...
Rihanna and Chris Brown back together: A complete timeline ...
Rihanna & Chris Brown: How She Feels About His Flirty ...
Chris Brown Describes the Night He Violently Abused Rihanna
Who is Rihanna dating? Rihanna boyfriend, husband
Chris Brown DATING Rita Ora ! Body On Me - video dailymotion
Chris Brown Dating? Apologizes To Rihanna? - Rap Basement
Rihanna glad Chris Brown has a new boo; Wants him to fall ...
After doing a raunchy video for Rita Ora's latest single 'Body On Me', Chris Brown seems to be getting more closer to the singer. Check out the whole story. Rihanna is in a serious relationship with Hassan Jamal, but a source reveals how she feels about ex Chris Brown’s flirty comment EXCLUSIVELY to HollywoodLife! Brown, 28, reveals in Chris Brown: Welcome To My Life that he was 15 when he met the 29-year-old Barbadian singer, then age 16, at a 2004 show in New York City. The two quickly developed a ... Chris Brown is apparently dating someone new. First reports had the pop singer dating student and ex-girflriend Erica Jackson, a student at University of Mary Washington in Fredericksburg, VA.'[Chris and Erica] met in Virginia, where he’s from,' a source told the news.'They dated back in the day and reconnected a few weeks ago when Chris was in town. Rihanna started dating Chris Brown in 2007. Picture: Getty Probably her most public relationship to this day, Rihanna dated the 'Freaky Friday' hitmaker from 2007-2009. 21 September 2020... Rihanna news, gossip, photos of Rihanna, biography, Rihanna boyfriend list 2016. Relationship history. Rihanna relationship list. Rihanna dating history, 2020, 2019, list of Rihanna relationships. They met in 2005 and were teenage sweethearts before Chris Brown attacked Rihanna in 2009, leaving her face beaten and bruised. After months of speculation surrounding their relationship the ... Rihanna and Chris Brown: The complete timeline. 2005: Ladies and gentleman, pay attention because this is where it all began. It’s the first time Rihanna and Chris Brown were seen together under ... Rihanna is happy for ex-boyfriend, Chris Brown. Recently, Chris has introduced his newfound romance, 25-year-old Ammika Harris, to the world. Chris Brown has one to thing say after he heard rumors ex-girlfriend Rihanna was dating Oscar nominee Leonardo DiCaprio: good job.The 'F.A.M.E' singer didn’t have anything negative to say when ...
2020.05.25 17:07 cooklanbrahhSong Stems Megathread #1 [Acapellas and Instrumentals}
SongStemLeaks has all your latest and popular official studio song stems and acapellas for remix packs and bootlegs. Leave a comment or send a private message if you have any requests for song stems. Download here : https://superfolder.net/759035 List of songs below 1 1 ROCKSTAR ROCKSTAR DABABY FT RODDY RICCH INTERSCOPE
3LAU – Tokyo [FT. XIRA] [Le Youth Remix] 7A 124 50 Cent FT. Justin Timberlake – Ayo Technology [Chris Ultranova Remix] Dirty 1A 126 50 Cent FT. Justin Timberlake – Ayo Technology [Chris Ultranova Remix] Dirty CK Cut 1A 126 100 Gecs – ringtone [Remix] [FT. Charli XCX, Rico Nasty, Kero Kero Bonito] 6A 107 Adam Beyer, Green Velvet, Layton Giordani – Space Date [Pleasurekraft Remix] 2A 127 Alan Walker – Alone [Pt. II] [RetroVision Remix] 2A 126 Alan Walker, K 391, Tungevaag, Mangoo – PLAY [Wordz Deejay Meets Mike Brubek Remix] 11A 102 Alex Newell – Boy, You Can Keep It [Chus & Ceballos Club Mix] [Edit] 5A 126 Alex Schulz – My Heart Is Your Heart [Club Edit] 11A 126 Andrew Bayer – Open End Resource [Leaving Laurel Remix] 10B 125 Anne-Marie – Birthday [Don Diablo Remix] 1A 124 Ant Saunders & Audrey Mika – Yellow Hearts [Remix] 9B 129 Anton Powers – I’m Falling [Next Habit Remix] [DJ Allan MMP Intro Edit] [Radio Edit] 1A 124 Anton Powers – I’m Falling [Next Habit Remix] [Main] 1A 124 Anton Powers – I’m Falling [Next Habit Remix] [Radio Edit] 1A 124 Arizona Zervas – ROXANNE [Amice Remix] Dirty 11A 120 Arizona Zervas – ROXANNE [Amice Remix] Dirty CK Cut 11A 120 Armand Van Helden, Lorne – Give Me Your Loving [Club Mix] 8A 126 Armin Van Buuren – All Comes Down [Third Party Remix] 1B 127 Armin Van Buuren – Million Voices [Madison Mars Remix] 5B 126 Ashanti – Foolish [Club Killers DanceHall Remix] Clean 8A 101 Ashanti – Foolish [Club Killers DanceHall Remix] Intro – Clean 8A 101 Bad Bunny, Jowell & Randy & Ñengo Flow – Safaera – BROSS Club Edit [Dirty] 7A 96 Becky Hill – Better Off Without You [Joel Corry Remix] 9A 124 Becky Hill & Shift K3y – Better Off Without You [Joel Corry Remix] 8A 124 Becky Hill FT. Shift K3Y – Better Off Without You [Joel Corry Remix] [Intro Clean] 9A 124 Ben Bohmer, Monolink – Black Hole [Gui Boratto Re-Work] 11A 122 Benny Benni FT. Anyelo Rr Rafee Y Jay Maly – Yijaaa [Remix] [DJ Nino Mix] 11A 90 Bill Haley & His Comets – Rock Around The Clock [Select Mix Remix] 8A 90 Billie Eilish – Bad Guy [DISEL Remix] Clean 6A 122 Billie Eilish – Bad Guy [DISEL Remix] Clean CK Cut 6A 122 Bob Marley & The Wailers – Redemption Song [Ziggy Marley Remix] [Original Mix] 9B 118 Bob Marley & The Wailers – Sun Is Shining [Funkstar Deluxe Remix] [Extended Mix] 9A 130 Bob Marley & The Wailers – Sun Is Shining [Yes King Remix] [Original Mix] 8A 73 Bob Marley & The Wailers – Waiting In Vain [Jim James Remix] [Original Mix] 4B 79 Bob Sinclar – I Feel For You [Mercer Remix] 1A 126 Bob Sinclar – Rock This Party [Slashlove Y Showtime Remix] 3A 128 Bobby Darin – Splish Splash [Select Mix Remix] 8B 152 Body Heat Gang Band – Play That Game [Angelo Ferreri Remix] 4A 117 Bonka, The Romantic Era – All Your Love [Ellipso Remix] 4B 128 Boogie Hill Faders x Q-Tip – Breathe & Stop [Beatnuts Watch Out Now Flip] [Abstract Remix Collection #1] [Clean] 10A 100 Boogie Hill Faders x Q-Tip – Breathe & Stop [Beatnuts Watch Out Now Flip] [Abstract Remix Collection #1] [Dirty] 10A 100 Brandy – Almost Doesn’t Count [Double A Remix] [Clean] 5A 111 Britney Spears – Criminal [Bietto Remix] 8A 140 BROCKHAMPTON – SUGAR [Remix] [FT. Dua Lipa] 4A 123 BROCKHAMPTON FT. Dua Lipa – SUGAR [Remix] [Dirty] 4B 62 BROCKHAMPTON FT. Dua Lipa – SUGAR Remix 4A 123 Brockhampton FT. Dua Lipa Ryan Beatty & Jon B – Sugar [Remix] [Clean] 4A 123 Brockhampton FT. Dua Lipa Ryan Beatty & Jon B – Sugar [Remix] [DJ Rukus Intro Edit] [Clean] 4A 123 Camila Cabello FT. DaBaby – My Oh My [Keepin It Heale & AZ2A Remix] Clean 5A 124 Camila Cabello FT. DaBaby – My Oh My [Keepin It Heale & AZ2A Remix] Clean CK Cut 5A 124 Cassie FT. Trina, Lola Monrie – All Gold, All Girls [Remix] [Dirty] 8A 100 Cedric Gervais – Molly [Quintino Remix] [Isaac Jordan Edit] 8A 126 Chris Lake & Solardo – Free Your Body [Noizu Remix] [Clean Extended] 7A 127 Chris Lake & Solardo – Free Your Body [Noizu Remix] [Clean Radio Edit] 7A 127 Chris Lake, Solardo – Free Your Body [Noizu Remix] 7A 127 Chuck Berry – Johnny B. Goode [Select Mix Remix] 6B 84 Club Breakerz x Sean Paul x David Guetta x Becky G – Mad Love [Max Wallin & Moombahbaas Edit] [Clean] 9A 105 Club Breakerz x The Weeknd x Charlie Lane – Pray For Me [MC Hammer Edit] [Clean] 8A 123 Club Breakerz x Tyga x Nicki Minaj – Dip Remix [Redrum] [Clean] 8A 99 Crystal Waters – Gypsy Woman [Jet Boot Jack Remix] 7A 123 Dada Life – So Young So High [Dillon Francis Remix] 12B 73 Daddy’s Groove – Stellar [Club Edit] 11A 128 David West, Ida Engberg – Abataka [Magdalena Remix] 2A 123 Deejay Oninz x Kylie Minogue – I Should Be So Lucky [80’s Euro House Re-Work] [Clean] 8A 128 Dillon Francis – DFR [Beauty Brain Remix] 2A 128 Dillon Francis – DFR [Shndō Remix] 2A 128 DJ Allan x Justin Bieber – Yummy [Vadim Adamov & Hardphol Remix] [Clean] 8A 126 DJ Allan x Justin Timberlake, SZA – The Other Side [Sonnendeck Remix] [Clean] 6A 122 DJ Allan x Mr. Vegas – Fresh [Donny Rampage Remix] [Clean] 11B 103 DJ Allan x Pink x Axel Paerel – Get The Party Started [Axel Paerel Remix] [Clean] 8A 125 DJ Allan x Travis Scott – Goosebumps [Madsko Remix] [Clean] 9A 130 DJ Arman Aveiru x Eurythmics x James Hype – Sweet Dreams [Remix] [P. Break Acapella Intro] [Clean] 5A 126 DJ Jeff x Flo Rida – Right Round [Reynor Remix] [Clean] 8A 126 DJ KEMIT – Digital Love [Remix] 2A 120 DJ Nelson S x Becky Hill – Better Off Without You [Joel Corry Remix] [Clean] 9A 124 DJ Nelson S x Harry Styles – Adore You [Joe Bermudez Remix] [Clean] 5A 120 DJ Nelson S x Lady Gaga – Stupid Love [JME-LFY Remix] [Clean] 6B 126 DJ Nelson S x Sam Smith – To Die For [Blinkie Remix] [Clean] 8A 124 DJ OD x Victor Cardenas & Kelly Ruiz – Siento [Club Edit] [Clean] 8A 130 DJ Snake, J Balvin, Ozuna, Nicky Jam, Natti Natasha, Darell & Sech – Loco Contigo [Remix] [Select Mix Remix] 11A 96 DJ Surda x Regard – Ride It [James Hype VIP Remix] [Clean] 2A 123 DJ Surda x Wiley – Wearing My Rolex [Remix] [Dirty] 2A 108 DJ Surda x Wiley – Wearing My Rolex [Remix] [Extended] [Clean] 2A 108 DJ Surda x Wiley – Wearing My Rolex [Remix] [Extended] [Dirty] 2A 108 Doja Cat – Say So [Jax Jones Midnight Snack Remix] Clean 11A 122 Doja Cat – Say So [Jax Jones Midnight Snack Remix] Clean CK Cut 11A 122 Drake FT. Shaggy – Find Your Love [Mike D Tropical Blendz Remix] Clean 11A 96 Drake FT. Shaggy – Find Your Love [Mike D Tropical Blendz Remix] Clean No Shaggy 11A 96 Drake FT. Shaggy – Find Your Love [Mike D Tropical Blendz Remix] Intro Clean 11A 96 Drake FT. Shaggy – Find Your Love [Mike D Tropical Blendz Remix] Intro Clean No Shaggy 11A 96 Dubdogz – Infinity [NEUBAUER Remix] 8A 124 DVJ Xtroyer – Señorita Colombia [DVJ Xtroyer International Remix 2K20] 8B 130 Eats Everything – Space Raiders [Charlotte De Witte Remix] 11A 132 Ed Sheeran FT. Travis Scott – Antisocial [MK Remix – Intro] 3A 125 Edward Maya – Stereo Love [Timmy Trumpet Remix] 12A 150 EDX – Off The Grid [Mastrovita Remix Edit] 8A 124 Eli & Fur – You & I [John Monkman Remix] 3A 123 Emeli Sande FT. Kendrick Lamar – Next To Me [Remix] [Main] 8A 95 Enamour – Ruby [Miru Remix] 4A 122 Faithless – Insomnia [CRG Remix] Clean 10A 150 Fatboy Slim – Right Here Right Now [Coyu Remix] 8A 124 Francesco Dinoia – Pushing On – Myles Club Edit 6A 125 Franky Rizardo & Roul & Doors – Elements [Hardwell & Dannick Remix] [Isaac Jordan Edit] 7A 128 Fubu – Uh Oooh [Redondo On The Air Remix] 9A 124 Future FT. Lil Wayne – Karate Chop [Remix] [Clean] 12A 68 Future FT. Lil Wayne – Karate Chop [Remix] [Dirty] 12A 68 Georgia – About Work The Dancefloor [The Black Madonna Remix] 2A 124 Gerry Read – It’ll All Be Over [DJ Koze Remix] 7A 123 Gershon Jackson – Mania [I Kan Feel It] [Angelo Ferreri Remix] 8A 124 Great Good Fine OK – 2K20 [Wolf & Love Remix – Intro] 2A 90 Green Velvet – Bigger Than Prince [Siege Remix] 4A 125 Gregory Porter – Revival [R3hab Remix] 5A 128 Guaynaa FT. Nicky Jam x Farruko x Sech Y Becky G – Rebota [DJ Nino Mix Remix] 6A 90 H.E.R. FT. Pop Smoke, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie & Chris Brown – Slide [Remix] [Intro-Outro] [DJ Drake] [Dirty – 97Bpm] 5A Halfcast Bastards – Sometimes We Funk [Matt Hughes Remix] 5A 123 Halsey – You Should Be Sad [Colin Jay & J Bruus Remix] Clean 10A 124 Halsey – You Should Be Sad [Colin Jay & J Bruus Remix] Clean CK Cut 10A 124 Harry Styles – Adore You [Joe Bermudez Remix] [Intro Clean] 5A 120 Headie One – 18HUNNA [Four Tet Remix] 2A 145 Headie One – Back To Basics [Floating Points Remix] 1A 139 House Of Glass – Disco Down [Angelo Ferreri Remix] 12A 122 Ida Engberg – Abataka [Mixed] [Magdalena Remix] 2A 123 Idris Elba – Ballie [FT. Kah-Lo] [Destructo Remix] 6A 124 Ivan Gough FT. Georgi Kay – In My Mind [Axwell Remix] [Isaac Jordan Edit] 5A 128 J Balvin – Blanco [Select Mix Remix] 7A 100 J090 – Dreamer [BK298 Extended Remix] 5A 128 J090 – Dreamer [BK298 Remix] [DJ Allan MMP Intro Edit] 5A 128 J090 – Dreamer [BK298 Remix] [Main] 5A 128 J090 – Dreamer [BK298 Remix] Clean 5A 128 J090 – Dreamer [BK298 Remix] Clean Smassh Cut 5A 128 J090 – Dreamer [BK298 Remix] Extened Clean 5A 128 J090 – Dreamer [Child Of The 90’s Remix] [Main] 5A 130 J090 – Dreamer [Luis Rumore Extended Remix] 4A 126 J090 – Dreamer [Luis Rumore Remix] [Clean] 4A 126 J090 – Dreamer [Luis Rumore Remix] [DJ Allan MMP Intro Edit] 4A 126 J090 – Dreamer [Luis Rumore Remix] [DJ Rukus Intro Edit] [Clean] 4A 126 J090 – Dreamer [Luis Rumore Remix] [Main] 4A 126 J090 – Dreamer [PBH & Jack Extended Remix] 5A 126 J090 – Dreamer [PBH & Jack Remix] [DJ Allan MMP Intro Edi] 5A 126 J090 – Dreamer [PBH & Jack Remix] [Main] 5A 126 J090 – Dreamer [PBH & Jack Remix] Clean 5A 126 J090 – Dreamer [PBH & Jack Remix] Clean Smassh Cut 5A 126 J090 – Dreamer [PBH & Jack Remix] Extened Clean 5A 126 Jack Rainey – Fiction Ain’t A Friend [Steve Brian Remix] 1A 128 Javier Gonzalez & Sascha Sonido – Panamericana – Mar-T Vs. Myles Club Edit 6A 125 Jay-Z FT. Melissa Morgan – Can’t Knock The Hustle [Fool’s Paradise Remix – EwONE! Chorus Only] [Clean] 8A 95 Jay-Z FT. Melissa Morgan – Can’t Knock The Hustle [Fool’s Paradise Remix – EwONE! Intro-Outro] [Dirty] 8A 95 Jay-Z FT. Melissa Morgan – Can’t Knock The Hustle [Fool’s Paradise Remix] [Dirty] 8A 95 Jerry Lee Lewis – Great Balls Of Fire [Select Mix Remix] 6A 159 Jessie Reyez – LOVE In The DARK [Dzeko Remix] 10A 126 Jinadu, Mirko Deep – Fever [Angelo Ferreri Remix] 8A 122 Joel Corry – Lonely [VIP Mix] 7A 125 Joel Corry, ZAYN, SHAED – Trampoline [Joel Corry Remix] Clean AXB Cut 6A 125 Joel Corry, ZAYN, SHAED – Trampoline [Joel Corry Remix] Clean Extended 6A 125 Joel Corry, ZAYN, SHAED – Trampoline [Joel Corry Remix] Clean Radio 6A 125 Johnny Cash – I Walk The Line [Select Mix Remix] 7B 101 Jonathan Rosa, Kyla Millette – Daylight [Simon Doty Remix] 2A 120 Jose Giraldo x El Alfa FT. Lil Pump, Vin Diesel, Sech Y Myke Towers – Coronao Now Remix [Extended] 1A 118 JSTJR – I See You [Good Times Ahead Remix] Clean 4A 132 JSTJR – I See You [Good Times Ahead Remix] Clean Deville Cut 4A 132 Justin Bieber – Yummy [Flava Remix] [Radio] 10A 71 Justin Bieber – Yummy [Pink Panda Remix] Clean 6A 126 Justin Bieber – Yummy [Pink Panda Remix] Clean CK Cut 6A 126 Karol G, Nicki Minaj – Tusa [Select Mix Remix] 10A 101 Kelly Clarkson – People Like Us [Show & Tell Remix] 2B 128 Kid Cudi – Day & Nite [Dunisco Re-Work] Clean 9A 123 Kid Cudi – Day & Nite [Dunisco Re-Work] Clean CK Cut 9A 123 Kid Ink FT. Chris Brown – Show Me [Level Up & K Kyoto Remix] Clean CK Cut 9A 124 Kid Ink FT. Chris Brown – Show Me [Level Up! & K-Kyoto Remix] Clean 9A 124 Klaas – We Are Free [Bodybangers Remix] 8A 128 Kyle Watson – I Got You [Wh0 Remix] 4A 124 La Metarialista – La Chapa [Norambuena Remix Edit] 4A 128 Lady Gaga – Stupid Love [JME-LFY Remix] [Intro Clean] 6B 126 Lady Gaga – Stupid Love [RYAN Remix] 5B 125 Lane 8 – The Rope [FT. POLIÇA] [Le Youth Remix] 9B 125 Layton Greene, Lil Baby, City Girls, Pnb Rock – Leave Em Alone [Flava Mix] [Club] 1A 103 Liquid Todd – Move Your Feet [Fenix Remix] 6A 126 Lock ‘N Load – Blow Ya Mind [Dave Winnel Remix] 4A 126 Loco Dice – Roots [DJ Tennis Remix] 6A 131 Lorde – Royals [Double A Remix] [Clean] 7A 85 Lupe Fuentes – Into You [Curt Reynolds Remix] 8A 125 Mabel – Boyfriend – Apollo Remix 10A 124 Mabel – Boyfriend [Digital Farm Animals Remix] [Enrie BeeHive Edit] 10A 120 Madonna – Music [Enkode & LELO Remix] 4A 124 Mariah Carey – It’s Like That [Andy Locker Remix] Clean 1A 124 Mariah Carey – It’s Like That [Andy Locker Remix] Clean CK Cut 1A 124 Marie Davidson – Work It [Soulwax Remix] 9B 125 Maroon 5 – Daylight [Joe Maz Remix] 10B 130 Mary J Blige – Family Affair [Club Killers Remix] [Intro Clean] 1A 98 Mary J Blige – Family Affair [Club Killers Remix] [Intro Dirty] 1A 98 Mary J Blige – Family Affair [Club Killers Remix] Clean 1A 98 Mary J Blige – Family Affair [Club Killers Remix] Clean CK Cut 1A 98 Mary J Blige – Family Affair [Club Killers Remix] Dirty 1A 98 Mary J Blige – Family Affair [Club Killers Remix] Dirty CK Cut 1A 98 Master At Work – To Be In Love [Secret Spade Re-Work] 9A 115 Mau Y Ricky FT. Lunay – La Boca [S7ein Remix Edit] 10A 93 Mau Y Ricky, Nicky Jam, Dalex, Dimelo Flow, Justin Quiles, Lenny Tavarez – BOTA FUEGO [Select Mix Remix] 1A 88 Megan Thee Stallion FT. Nicki Minaj & Ty Dolla $ign – Hot Girl Summer [DJ Nasa DanceHall Remix] Acap Out – Clean 8A 100 Megan Thee Stallion FT. Nicki Minaj & Ty Dolla $ign – Hot Girl Summer [DJ Nasa DanceHall Remix] Acap Out – Dirty 8A 100 Megan Thee Stallion FT. Nicki Minaj & Ty Dolla $ign – Hot Girl Summer [DJ Nasa DanceHall Remix] Clean CK Cut 8A 100 Megan Thee Stallion FT. Nicki Minaj & Ty Dolla $ign – Hot Girl Summer [DJ Nasa DanceHall Remix] Dirty CK Cut 8A 100 Megan Thee Stallion FT. Nicki Minaj & Ty Dolla $ign – Hot Girl Summer [DJ Nasa DanceHall Remix] Intro – Clean 8A 100 Megan Thee Stallion FT. Nicki Minaj & Ty Dolla $ign – Hot Girl Summer [DJ Nasa DanceHall Remix] Intro – Dirty 8A 100 MGMT – Kids [TWINSICK Remix] Clean 11A 150 MGMT – Kids [TWINSICK Remix] Clean CK Cut 11B 150 Midnight Kids – Run It [Famba Remix] 4A 122 Moon Boots, Steven Klavier – Tied Up [Kenny Dope Remix] 4A 124 Moon Rocket – Funk U! [Angelo Ferreri Remix] 8A 121 Moon Rocket – Intro [Angelo Ferreri Remix] 3A 122 Music P, Marque Aurel – F.E.E.L. [Angelo Ferreri Remix] 9A 122 Nacho FT. Yandel Y Bad Bunny – Bailame Remix [Agu Leyton Edit] 2A 96 Nervo & Skazi – Faded [HVRCRFT Remix] Clean 2A 150 Nervo & Skazi – Faded [HVRCRFT Remix] Clean Deville Cut 2A 150 NGHTMRE & Gunna – Cash Cow [NGHTMRE & BLVK JVCK VIP Mix] CK Intro – Dirty 6A 148 NGHTMRE & Gunna – Cash Cow [NGHTMRE & BLVK JVCK VIP Mix] Dirty 6A 148 NGHTMRE & Gunna – Cash Cow [NGHTMRE & BLVK JVCK VIP Mix] Dirty CK Cut 6A 148 Nice & Smooth – Hip Hop Junkies [Remix – DJ Noise Acapella In] [Clean Short] 4A 100 Nice & Smooth – Hip Hop Junkies [Remix – DJ Noise Acapella In] [Clean] 4A 100 Nice & Smooth – Hip Hop Junkies [Remix – DJ Noise Acapella In-Out] [Clean Short] 4A 100 Nice & Smooth – Hip Hop Junkies [Remix – DJ Noise Acapella In-Out] [Clean] 4A 100 Nice & Smooth – Hip Hop Junkies [Remix] [Clean] 4A 100 Nice & Smooth – Hip Hop Junkies [Remix] [HH Clean Intro] 4A 100 Nice & Smooth – Hip Hop Junkies [Remix] [HH Clean Short] 4A 100 Nicky Jam, Anuel AA – Whine Up [Select Mix Remix] 8A 105 Nio Garcia FT. Bryant Myers, Alex Rose, Arcangel, Amenazzy & Young Blade – Mantecado De Coco [Remix] [Dirty] 12B 90 Noemi Dee – Leave Me Alone 2K20 [DJ Piere Italo Extended Remix Master VersIion] 3A 133 Norenoise – Seventy [Andrea Jeannin Remix] 5A 123 Notorious B.I.G – Mo Money Mo Problems [Korben Dallas Remix] 11A 105 Notorious B.I.G. Vs. Zapp FT. Rodger Troutman – Me & My Bitch [Computer Love Remix] [Digital Dave Re-Work] Dirty 12A 85 Notorious B.I.G. Vs. Zapp FT. Rodger Troutman – Me & My Bitch [Computer Love Remix] [Digital Dave Re-Work] Intro – Dirty 12A 85 N-You-Up – Vibin’ [Saison Remix] 4A 123 Omarion x Chris Brown x Jhene Aiko – Post To Be [Dennis Blaze Mo Fiyah Reggae Remix] [Intro Clean] 4A 94 Paloma Faith – Picking Up The Pieces [Bills & Hurr Club Remix] 9A 126 Paloma Faith – Picking Up The Pieces [Dave Aude Club Remix] 9B 130 Paloma Faith – Picking Up The Pieces [Dave Aude Dub Remix] 9B 130 Paloma Faith – Picking Up The Pieces [Flexican & Siro Club Remix] 9A 125 Paloma Faith – Picking Up The Pieces [Gregori Klosman Remix] 9A 130 Paloma Faith – Picking Up The Pieces [Jakwob Club Remix] 9A 70 Paloma Faith – Picking Up The Pieces [Moto Blanco Club Remix] 9A 128 Paloma Faith – Picking Up The Pieces [Rack & Ruin Club Remix] 9A 70 Passion Pit – Carried Away [Tiesto Remix] 6B 128 Paul Oakenfold – Southern Sun [Markus Schulz In Search Of Sunrise Remix] 9A 132 Pink – Get The Party Started [Axel Paerel Remix] 8A 125 Post Malone – Wow [DJ Nasa DanceHall Remix] Clean 12A 100 Post Malone – Wow [DJ Nasa DanceHall Remix] Dirty 12A 100 Post Malone – Wow [DJ Nasa DanceHall Remix] Intro – Clean 12A 100 Post Malone – Wow [DJ Nasa DanceHall Remix] Intro – Dirty 12A 100 PRETTYMUCH, CNCO – Me Necesita [Select Mix Remix] 1A 88 Prospa – Prayer [DJ Seinfeld Remix] 1A 128 PSY FT. 2 Chainz, Tyga – Gangnam Style [Diplo Remix] [Dirty] 10A 73 R Plus – My Boy [Elliot Adamson Remix;Edit] 8A 124 Rauw Alejandro – Fantasias [Remix] 3B 94 Rauw Alejandro FT. Anuel AA, Natti Natasha, Farruko & Lunay – Fantasias [Remix] [Clean] 3B 94 Rauw Alejandro, Anuel AA & Natti Natasha FT. Farruko & Lunay – Fantasias [Remix] [Mula Redrum] 3B 105 Regard – Ride It [Amice Remix] 6A 122 Rihanna – Pon De Replay [Omar Duro & Sico Vox Remix] [Dirty] 11A 100 Rihanna FT. David Guetta – Right Now [Justyle Remix] 2A 72 Ritchie Valens – La Bamba [Select Mix Remix] 9B 150 Robbie Dupree – Steal Away [2nd Nature Remix] [Isaac Jordan Edit] 7A 128 Roberto Surace – Joys [Lee Street Remix] 3A 124 Roberto Surace – Joys [Purple Disco Machine Extended Remix] 3A 123 Robin Schulz – In Your Eyes [FT. Alida] [KREAM Remix] 1A 124 Robin Schulz FT. Alida – In Your Eyes [KREAM Remix] [Radio Edit] 1A 124 Robin Schulz FT. Alida – In Your Eyes [KREAM Remix] 1A 124 Rocco & Bass T – Alright [El DaMieN Remix] 3A 140 Rochy RD, Ceky Viciny, EL Mega & El Cherry Scom – La Maxima Remix [Dirty] 10A 118 Roddy Ricch – The Box [Callum Knight Remix] [Enrie BeeHive Edit] [Dirty] 3A 124 Rubb Sound System – No End Baby [Angelo Ferreri Remix] 6B 123 Ruben Moran, Edmund, Karina K. Crystal – All These Things [Nassau Remix] 8A 123 S.P.C. – The Sign [Wave Crushers Remix] 4A 118 SAINt JHN – Roses [Imanbek Remix] [CK Intro – Clean] 4A 122 SAINt JHN – Roses [Imanbek Remix] [CK Intro – Dirty] 4A 122 SAINt JHN – Roses [Imanbek Remix] Clean 4A 122 SAINt JHN – Roses [Imanbek Remix] Dirty 4A 122 Sam Smith – To Die For [Blinkie Remix] [Intro Clean] 8A 124 Sam Smith – To Die For [Blinkie Remix] 8A 124 Samantha Jade – In The Morning [Dan Slater Remix] 9A 128 Sammy Deuce – EZY [Hatiras Remix] 8A 123 Sean Finn – Riders On The Storm [Crazibiza Remix] 9A 126 Sean Finn – Riders On The Storm [Luigi Rocca Remix] 9A 128 Sean Finn – Riders On The Storm [Peter Gelderblom Remix] 9A 128 Sech FT. Darell x Nicky Jam x Ozuna Y Anuel – Otro Trago [Remix] [S7ein Edit v.2] 7A 95 Selena Gomez – Rare [Bpm Supreme Re-Work] [Clean Extended] 8A 120 Shaggy FT. Rikrok – It Wasn’t Me [Club Killers Remix] Clean 8B 98 Shaggy FT. Rikrok – It Wasn’t Me [Club Killers Remix] Clean CK Cut 8B 98 Shaggy FT. Rikrok – It Wasn’t Me [Club Killers Remix] Intro – Clean 8B 98 Shirley Bassey & Kenny Dope – Light My Fire [Kenny Dope Remix] [Clean] 7A 93 Sofi Tukker – Purple Hat [Dillon Francis Remix] [VM Edit] [Clean] 9A 110 Sofi Tukker – Purple Hat [Dillon Francis Remix] 9A 110 Sofi Tukker – Purple Hat [KC Lights Remix] 9A 125 Sofia Carson – I Luv U [R3hab VIP Remix] 4B 122 Steff Da Campo – Get Down [Rodge Remix] 4A 125 Sugarhill Gang – Rapper’s Delight [A Ben Liebrand Hip-Hop Remix 89] [Clean Extended] 10A 114 Sugarhill Gang – Rapper’s Delight [A Ben Liebrand Hip-Hop Remix 89] [Clean Radio Edit] 10A 114 Sultan & Ned Shepard & NERVO FT. Omarion – Army [Club Mix] 8A 127 Swoop, Jared Marston – Them Good Old Days [Angelo Ferreri Remix] 9A 120 SZA & Calvin Harris – The Weekend [Funk WaV-Remix] [CK Intro – Clean] 1A 102 SZA & Calvin Harris – The Weekend [Funk WaV-Remix] Clean 1A 102 Tensnake – Coma Cat [Josh Hunter Remix] 6A 124 The Chainsmokers – Family [Frank Walker Remix] 1B 124 The Coasters – Poison Ivy [Select Mix Remix] 4A 140 The Knowledge – Keep It Going [Angelo Ferreri Remix] 7A 124 The Nice Guys – Love & Happiness [Angelo Ferreri Remix] 1A 123 Those Boys – Blessed FT. Linda [Monodeluxe GrooveJazz Remix] 10A 120 Tiësto – BLUE [MOSKA Remix] 12A 126 Tiësto FT. Stevie Appleton – BLUE [Mike Williams Remix] [Extended] [Clean] 1A 128 Tiësto FT. Stevie Appleton – BLUE [Mike Williams Remix] [Radio] [Clean] 1B 128 Timmy Trumpet – Freaks [Aleteo Remix Short Mix] [DVJ Xtroyer International 2K20] 3A 128 Timmy Trumpet – Freaks [Aleteo Remix Short Mix] [Xtroyer International] [February 2K20] 3A 128 Tinlicker – Lost [Joris Delacroix Remix] 4A 123 TLC – No Scrubs [Damian Harrison Remix] Dirty 1A 124 TLC – No Scrubs [Damian Harrison Remix] Dirty CK Cut 1A 124 Tom Tom Club – Love To Love You Baby [Russ Danoff Radio Edit] 5A 97 T-Pain – Bartender [Dennis Blaze Mo Fiyah Reggae Remix] [Clean] 8A 95 T-Pain – Bartender [Dennis Blaze Mo Fiyah Reggae Remix] [Intro Clean] 8A 95 T-Pain – I’m Sprung [Club Killers DanceHall Remix] Acap In – Clean 5A 100 T-Pain – I’m Sprung [Club Killers DanceHall Remix] Acap Out – Clean 5A 101 T-Pain – I’m Sprung [Club Killers DanceHall Remix] Clean 5A 101 T-Pain – I’m Sprung [Club Killers DanceHall Remix] Clean CK Cut 5A 101 T-Pain – I’m Sprung [Club Killers DanceHall Remix] Intro – Clean 5A 101 T-Pain – I’m Sprung [Club Killers DanceHall Remix] Slam In – Clean 5A 101 Trey Songz – Can’t Help But Wait [Bentley Grey Remix] Clean 9A 120 Tritonal – Long Way Home [Last Heroes Remix] 11B 145 Tritonal, HALIENE, SCHALA, Jorza – Long Way Home [Last Heroes Remix] [Intro Clean] 11B 145 Tritonal, HALIENE, SCHALA, Jorza – Long Way Home [Tommy Baynen Remix] [Intro Clean] 11B 122 Tyga FT. Ozuna – Ayy Macarena Remix [Clean] 10B 96 Tyga FT. Ozuna – Ayy Macarena Remix [Dirty] 10B 96 Valentino Khan – Pony [Eliminate Remix] Dirty 9A 150 Valentino Khan – Pony [Eliminate Remix] Dirty JD Live Cut 9A 150 Vargenta – Keep On [Thomas Nan Remix – Intro] 5B 128 Walk Off The Earth – I’ll Be There [Liquid Todd Remix] 6A 95 Warmduscher – Midnight Dipper [Soulwax Remix] 5A 106 Wiley FT. Hypo – Wearing My Rolex Remix [Clean] 2A 108 Wiley FT. Hypo – Wearing My Rolex Remix [Dirty] 2A 108 Wiley FT. Hypo – Wearing My Rolex Remix [DJcity Intro] [Clean] 2A 108 Wiley FT. Hypo – Wearing My Rolex Remix [DJcity Intro] [Dirty] 2A 108 Will.I.Am FT. Britney Spears, Diddy, Hit Boy, Lil Wayne, Waka Flocka – Scream & Shout [Remix] [Clean] 6A 130 Will.I.Am FT. Britney Spears, Diddy, Hit Boy, Lil Wayne, Waka Flocka – Scream & Shout [Remix] [Dirty] 6A 130 Xanti Tim Bell Elenoir – Queen Of Love [IFK Extended Remix] 4A 124 Xanti Tim Bell Elenoir – Queen Of Love [IFK Remix] [DJ Allan MMP Intro Edit] 4A 124 Xanti Tim Bell Elenoir – Queen Of Love [IFK Remix] [Main] 4A 124 Xanti Tim Bell Elenoir – Queen Of Love [Kapera Extended Remix] 4A 126 Xanti Tim Bell Elenoir – Queen Of Love [Kapera Remix] [DJ Allan MMP Intro Edit] 4A 126 Xanti Tim Bell Elenoir – Queen Of Love [Kapera Remix] [Main] 4A 126 Xanti Tim Bell Elenoir – Queen Of Love [VAVO Extended Remix] 4A 126 Xanti Tim Bell Elenoir – Queen Of Love [VAVO Remix] [Main] 4A 126 Xanti Tim Bell Elenoir – Queen Of Love [Wh0 Extended Remix] 4A 125 Xanti Tim Bell Elenoir – Queen Of Love [Wh0 Remix] [DJ Allan MMP Intro Edit] 4A 125 Young Swift FT. Akon, Young Jeezy – I Like [Remix] [Clean] 2A 70 Young Swift FT. Akon, Young Jeezy – I Like [Remix] [Dirty] 2A 70 Young Swift FT. Akon, Young Jeezy, Jim Jones – I Like [Extended Remix] [Dirty] 2A 70 DOWNLOAD: remixdj1.blogspot.com
2020.01.07 13:50 LoubangaAlbum of the Year #6: Drake - Care Package
Artist: Drake Album: Care Package Label: OVO Release Date: August 2, 2019 Listen Apple Music Spotify Background I am definitely going to keep the background brief because presumably if you have ventured into this thread and are on this subreddit, you know who Drake is. For the inception of the project itself, it has always been a running joke amongst rap fans that if Drake compiled all of his loose tracks and put them onto one project, it would be his best work yet. Well, after years of dropping gems on his Soundcloud that never made it past his core fan base, he decided to clear the samples and put the songs on streaming services. Review In a recent interview with Rap Radar, Drake talks about his legacy throughout the decade and recounts some of the most memorable moments of his career. In the 2+ hour conversation, he discusses a time of when So Far Gone, his third official mixtape and the project that ultimately put him on the map, was just released and was starting to spread. In 2009 when the project was released, most people were still purchasing music through physical copies and sharing albums and songs they enjoyed via word of mouth. Music was not nearly as readily accessible as it is today. Drake describes his rise to fame as a, “who is this moment?”. Essentially, this is the positive reaction from a listener when someone puts them on to new music and they want to know more. “Be present in your “who is this moment?” because you’re going to be chasing that “who is this moment?” for the rest of your career trying to keep people as entertained as they were when they felt like they were one of the only people listening to you.” It is hard to fault Spotify’s most streamed artist of the decade for wanting to return to a time of when his audience felt like they were the only ones who had possession of this hidden gem. When you seemingly have accomplished everything, what else is there left to do? For Drake, the answer seems to lie in reflection. As the decade comes to a close, people seem to agree that this one belonged to the 6 God. I could inundate you with numbers and accolades, but that isn’t even necessary, and we both know that. 2019 seemed to represent a victory lap for Drake. An opportunity to toast to his accomplishments by himself. He re-released So Far Gone on streaming services and also released Care Package, which Drake described as, “some of our most important moments together available in one place”. I know a quote like that may seem far-fetched to a lot of you, but to the guy writing this at his desk below his displayed If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late vinyl and a framed hand-drawn photo of Drake and Future as if they are on the cover of Time Magazine, I have to agree. This compilation of songs evokes an eerily similar level of nostalgia for me as it seems to be doing for Drake. Each one of these tracks represent distinct moments in my life that I can very clearly return back to with just the push of the play button. The individual release of many of these songs allow for them to act as their own moments in time, the same way that a full-length project would. Sonically, this project encapsulates the full array of Drake. It represents his traditional output, with no ventures into other genres such as afro beat, dancehall or grime/U.K. drill. All in all, the project plays a lot more cohesively than one would think a compilation of songs released across a decade would sound. To a first-time listener, this could easily be mistaken as an album intended to be listened to together. From an analysis standpoint, it did not seem to make much sense to me to approach this project song by song as it is constantly shifting between different time periods and subject matters, as expected. I feel as if Care Package can be broken into two major themes – heartbreak and relationship struggles and desire for success and what it looks like once you accomplish it. These are not unfamiliar topics from Drake. In fact, his last album Scorpion was split into a Side A and Side B to represent almost this exact dichotomy between his subject matter. Drake has been an artist who was constantly refined and nearly perfected his sound over the years and Care Package gives us a look back at the rough drafts along the way. Tracks such as “Club Paradise” give us insight into the struggle Drake faced as a result of his new-found success. As he is constantly traveling and touring, he is missing out on what is happening in Toronto and once he returns, he has trouble processing all that has changed. His old girls are with someone else, new girls do not want anything to do with him because he isn’t even around and all the rappers that used to pretend to be his friend are now the same ones coming after him. Released before Take Care, this moment of time depicts a clear shift in Drake’s life. He is not just another kid from Toronto anymore. He has grown into something larger than he can currently comprehend and is having trouble dealing with the repercussions. As the album progresses in the timeline, we see how Drake begins to adapt to the changes, dating more high-profile celebrities and keeping a much tighter inner circle to insulate himself from the negativity. On “How Bout Now”, we hear a tale from Drake’s Acura-days of dating a girl and balancing the normal struggles of a relationship – jealously, effort, pleasing their partner’s family and how to pursue a dream when your supposed closest ally does not care to support. This qualm is a lot more relatable to the common listener as these problems could happen to anyone. Drake gets the last laugh in the end, sarcastically asking if the girl wants to give him a second chance now that he is a superstar and seems to have it all figured out. On “Days in the East”, Drake pours out his heart to Rihanna, his former love affair. He talks about just waiting for her to hit him up to try to rekindle things. Even though things seem to be over, Drake still holds extremely strong feelings for her and believes she feels the same. He brings the listener into intimate conversations with Erykah Badu and his close friend Chubbs, talking about ideas of love and trust. We can all relate to confiding in close friends and spilling out our feelings unrestrained late at night. What I have always enjoyed about this side of Drake’s work is how unbashful he is when discussing these topics. He comes off as sensitive and vulnerable, which in turn makes him more relatable. Although people may have tough times expressing it outwardly, Drake reassures the listener that even at the top, it can get lonely too. The authenticity of this aspect of his work (insert Quentin Miller meme here) has always stood out for me. By naming real-life people and locations, you feel more in-tune what is really happening. When I came back home from college sophomore year and my high school fling was with someone else, I thought back to Rosemary and Leean Sealy (as lame as that may be lol). Something about the somber subject matter of these types of songs coupled with the ethereal production from 40 never fails to give me chills. This side of Drake is ideal “Late-Night Driving” music, as you wind down the road thinking of all that could have been with a previous significant other. Songs like “Trust Issues” and “Girls Love Beyoncé” express the cynic in Drake, doubting the intentions of women and telling himself he will never find true love. These doubts are normal for anyone, but when you are listening by yourself thinking of a certain someone, the feeling hits different. On the other side of this project, you see the bravado and charisma of The Boy, boasting about his accomplishments and all that he has become. Even though he has been at the top for a minute, it has not always been that way. The project begins with the Jai Paul sampled “Dreams Money Can Buy”. Immediately, the listener is taken back to a different time in Drake’s life. A time of when major success is imminent and he yearns for it all. He is starting to treat women differently because of his new-found success. He is extremely self-aware of what is happening around him and where he is going. When Lil Wayne announces you to the world as the successor of his empire, the future must feel brighter than ever. But Drake wants it all now. We see a similar type of desire on “Paris Morton Music”. Drake talks about his quest for stardom. He shares all to his former love interest and talks her through doubts that he normally would keep to himself. Drake is confident in himself, but there is still the lingering uncertainty in his head that maybe this won’t finish exactly how he intends it to. A year and a half later with the release of Take Care, he solidifies his stronghold in the game and slowly begins to develop into the confident, arrogant, and dare I say, ~unruly~, force he is today. The first and arguably best example we have of this is on “5 AM in Toronto”. The perfect rebuttal to people who say he can’t rap, Drake spits for 3 minutes straight, taking shot after shot at other heavyweights in the game including The Weeknd, Chris Brown (debatable heavyweight) and Common. Line after line, Drake states nothing but the facts, asserting his dominance in the game as fans await Nothing Was The Same. Over an ominous beat, Drake steadily applies pressure and lets his competition know exactly where he stands. He continues this on Jodeci Freestyle with J. Cole., where he calls out rappers for trying to copy his old style and going for his spot at the top. The confidence in his voice leaves minimal doubt in the listener’s mind that Drake doesn’t have it on lock. The same could be said for “4 PM in Calabasas”, chock full of upper-class brags and celebrity name drops. When Drake wants to bring it, he clearly can and he has the ammunition and credibility to back it all up. Amongst this long project (17 songs), I do not want to miss covering the impact these songs had at the time of their release. One of the biggest commonalities that I noticed from some of these loosies are the other artists that were inspired to remix the original tracks, many of which for Drake listeners may have been their first introduction to them. The Weeknd released a remix of Trust Issues before Thursday came out. Bryson Tiller started to make waves off of his remix to How Bout Now. PartyNextDoor produced “Days In The East” and released his own remix with West District. Still today, these 3 artists reign at the top of the RnB game. To what part of that can be attributed to Drake, you decide (peep my flair), but there is no questioning he played a role in helping those 3 careers take off. The reason that Care Package makes so much sense to me is because if you look at the subject matter of a lot of these songs, it almost always involves Drake looking backwards. Very rarely is he discussing what he sees in the future. Even in the songs where he is wishing for full-blown success, there are still references scattered throughout to how he got there. To me, Drake has always been someone who has trouble letting go and likes to reflect and recount on his past endeavors. From that perspective, Care Package is almost the perfect, most meta way to summarize his past decade – with a bundle of songs reflecting all that he has been through, ultimately shaping him into the star he is today. Coupled with his summations in the Rap Radar interview and posts like this on IG, it is clear Drake has been nostalgic about the last ten years. And why shouldn’t he be? He definitely did not have a decade to forget. Who knows, maybe I’m wrong and the only reason he released this was to capitalize on introducing old music to new fans while reenergizing his base with forgotten classics. After all, that is probably the reason he re-released So Far Gone. Sure, it is great to memorialize his earlier work on streaming services forever, but he is getting paid for all of this in the end! Is this even considered an album? Did I just waste several hours of my life doing this? What a time to be alive. Things do feel different now, though. He is a father. His last official release was met with mixed reviews. His recent output has been strong, but minimal. Something is coming. As one of the most calculated artists in the game along with his team, I personally am excited to see what is next. I can confidently say that Drake played a large part of shaping the soundtrack of the past decade for me and I am sure that a lot of other similarly-aged people on HHH can agree. Drake is chasing after captivating his audience again like it was 2010, and I think I speak for the fans when I say that we are all waiting for the same. Favorite Lyrics
It's crazy all the emotions forgot in a year
Green, white, and red on my body 'cause I'm dipped in Ferrari All she wanna do is get high and listen to PARTY She complain, I tell the driver to drop her at Barneys My summer diet is just Rosé and calamari
4 PM in Calabasas
The girl that I wanna save is like a danger to my health Try being with somebody that wanna be somebody else I always thought she was perfect when she was being herself Don't even know how to help, but I guess that's just the motion, yeah She'll probably come around Soon as I settle down, that's the motion
The Motion ft. Sampha
And all I care about is my city, man, I can't say it enough I done heard things about y'all that they can't say about us I just hold it down for my side, I just hold it down for my set I just give everybody a piece of this and make do with what's left
Free Spirit ft. Rick Ross
Where does Care Package rank on your list of Drake’s discography? Should it even count?
What are your thoughts on re-releasing content to streaming platforms? Would you like to see a Care Package-type project from anyone else?
Where does Drake go from here? Does he maintain his dominance in the new decade?
If you have never cried to any of the songs on Care Package, are you even qualified to read/comment about it?
2019.10.03 01:11 TragicKingdom121st Century Hip Hop #1s Rate!
Finally, the moment this subreddit has been waiting for: a chance to rate XXXTENTACION! Hello and welcome to the 21st Century Hip Hop #1s rate. The title is pretty self-explanatory: it comprises of sixty #1s on the Billboard Hot 100 from 2000-onwards that fall under the hip hop genre. How did we decide on the sixty, you may ask? Well, it's such a broad term that my cohost (MashLuke) and I considered the following factors:
The song's adherence to hip hop as genre
The artist's adherence to hip hop as culture (i.e. how much does /hiphopheads care about them)
General overall iconicness (have they stood the test of time or are they forgotten?)
Inclusion in previous rates (priority given to songs not previously rated & songs not rated within the past year or so)
Keeping those in mind, this is the list we ended up with (brackets denote any previous rates the songs have been in):
OutKast - Ms. Jackson
Ja Rule ft. Ashanti - Always On Time
Nelly - Hot In Herre [Songs of the Summer]
Nelly ft. Kelly Rowland - Dilemma
Eminem - Lose Yourself
50 Cent - In Da Club [Billboard Year-End #1s]
50 Cent ft. Nate Dogg - 21 Questions
Nelly, P. Diddy & Murphy Lee - Shake Ya Tailfeather
Ludacris ft. Shawnna - Stand Up
OutKast - Hey Ya!
OutKast ft. Sleepy Brown - The Way You Move
Twista ft. Kanye West & Jamie Foxx - Slow Jamz
Usher ft. Lil Jon & Ludacris - Yeah! [Billboard Year-End #1s]
Juvenile ft. Soulja Slim - Slow Motion
Terror Squad - Lean Back
Ciara ft. Petey Pablo - Goodies
Snoop Dogg ft. Pharrell - Drop It Like It's Hot
50 Cent ft. Olivia - Candy Shop
Kanye West ft. Jamie Foxx - Gold Digger
Chris Brown ft. Juelz Santana - Run It!
Nelly ft. Paul Wall, Ali & Gipp - Grillz
Chamillionaire ft. Krayzie Bone - Ridin' [One Hit Wonderland]
Ludacris ft. Pharrell - Money Maker
Akon ft. Snoop Dogg - I Wanna Love You
Mims - This Is Why I'm Hot
T-Pain ft. Yung Joc - Buy U A Drank (Shawty Snappin')
Soulja Boy - Crank That (Soulja Boy)
Kanye West - Stronger
Chris Brown ft. T-Pain - Kiss Kiss
Flo Rida ft. T-Pain - Low [Billboard Year-End #1s]
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis ft. Wanz - Thrift Shop [Billboard Year-End #1s]
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis ft. Ray Dalton - Can't Hold Us
Eminem ft. Rihanna - The Monster
Iggy Azalea ft. Charli XCX - Fancy [Songs of the Summer]
Wiz Khalifa ft. Charlie Puth - See You Again
Desiigner - Panda
Rae Sremmurd ft. Gucci Mane - Black Beatles
The Weeknd ft. Daft Punk - Starboy
Migos ft. Lil Uzi Vert - Bad And Boujee
Kendrick Lamar - Humble [2017 Hip Hop]
DJ Khaled ft. Justin Bieber, Quavo, Chance the Rapper & Lil Wayne - I'm The One
Cardi B - Bodak Yellow
Post Malone ft. 21 Savage - Rockstar
Drake - God's Plan
Drake - Nice For What
Childish Gambino - This Is America
Post Malone ft. Ty Dolla $ign - Psycho
XXXTENTACION - SAD!
Cardi B, Bad Bunny & J Balvin - I Like It
Drake - In My Feelings [Songs of the Summer]
Travis Scott - Sicko Mode
Post Malone & Swae Lee - Sunflower
Lil Nas X ft. Billy Ray Cyrus - Old Town Road
Lizzo - Truth Hurts
Listen to every song listed (excluding the bonus rate, which is optional) and give it a score between one (1) and ten (10). You can use up to one decimal place, although I recommend only using integers and multiples of 0.5, because you're not special for giving a song a 7.3.
You may give one song a zero (0) and one song an eleven (11). These should be reserved for your favourite track and least favourite track. You are NOT required to leave a comment for these songs.
You must use the prepared link to send in your scores.
Feel free to PM me or my cohost (MashLuke) on Reddit or Discord if you'd like to change any of your scores.
I reserve the right to reject any ballots that I suspect of sabotage, and to expose your scores in a variety of humiliating ways.
There is a secret bonus rate that can only be accessed ahead of time by sending in scores to this rate! It will be available to everyone during Day 1 of the reveal.
You can also add comments to any song! The following format is the only acceptable format for song comments:
Dilemma: 11 picking this as my 11 wasn't a DILEMMA at all hahaha!!!
Any of the following formats are INCORRECT and must be CORRECTED or your ballot will be REJECTED:
Fancy: 1 - I want those twinks Obliterated Grillz: I work at Lowe's and lost half my pinky toe while moving around outdoor grills, so I have to give this a 1. Lollipop: I have PTSD from swallowing a Tootsie Pop whole as a child 1 Lean Back: (1) I'm pressed that Remy Ma has a #1 and Nicki doesn't Humble: 1: I can't relate to this song because I can't help but be annoyingly prideful of my 1000 twitter followers on a faceless stan account
HERE is the link to submit your scores. Be sure to open the link using old Reddit!
HERE is the link to the Spotify playlist. note: missing Empire State of Mind
2018.03.02 05:49 Elitefourbrad[RATE] The Ultimate 2011 Album Rate
Hi /popheads! I would like to welcome you to the Ultimate Album (Diva) 2011 Rate!
Myself and mrswearword will be hosting this mess that you all will learn to know as an iconic rate. These four will have now met twice against one another in rates. Britney won the first and Beyoncé won the second. Britney also won the All Stars: 2016-2017 Rate and Gaga won the Teenage Dream vs. The Fame Monster vs. Animal + Cannibal Rate. Who do you think will snatch all of our wigs and win this rate? Comment below who you think will win! 2011 was the last time all four of these divas released an album with multiple singles, with arguably every single album bringing great success to each artist. So, let’s stretch right into this! Lady Gaga - Born This Way Fresh off the success of her debut album, "The Fame", and the follow-up EP, "The Fame Monster", Gaga released her second studio album, Born This Way on May 23rd, 2011. Lady Gaga was on top of the music scene and the fashion scene. Her extravagant looks at award shows and in her daily life gained her praise for not living the normal boring life I know all of you live. The album itself is heavily inspired by the 80's and synthpop with pop-rock influences. The lead single, which was the titled track herself, ”Born This Way”, debuted at #1 after a riveting GRAMMYs Performance, in a night where Gaga collected three of her six GRAMMYs. It became the 1000th song to reach #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 since the charts began in 1958. The song has since become an LGBT+ anthem, due to its empowering lyrics of the community and people in general. It was followed by singles ”Judas”, ”The Edge of Glory”, ”Yoü and I” and ”Marry the Night”. These singles all had great success, peaking at #3, 10 and 29 respectively. The promotional single, ”Hair”, also charted at #12. Fan favorites such has ”Heavy Metal Lover” and ”Scheiße” have become Little Monster staples for the ages. Tracklist
Marry the Night
Born This Way
Black Jesus + Amen Fashion
Fashion of His Love
Highway Unicorn (Road to Love)
Heavy Metal Lover
Yoü and I
The Edge of Glory
Beyoncé - 4: written by our resident Beyoncé stan, mokistu. After Beyoncé's incredible streak of successful singles, albums and tours, from her Destiny's Child days to the new plateau of fame she found with the record breaking and world dominating "I Am...Sasha Fierce" (with some feature films on the side, it's OK if you don't know them nobody should), she found herself physically, mentally and creatively drained and overwhelmed. She took some time off and in the process "killed" who made her seem unstoppable - her robotic alter ego Sasha Fierce. It was the start of a new age in the world, with the rise social media making celebrities seem more and more like us. So it was important for her to let the world know what she's like, through the music and the videos. One of the main and most important decisions she made prior to this era was firing her manager and father, Matthew Knowles - who controlled much of her image and music, and notably held her at gunpoint and made her record the song "Daddy". The first thing you'll notice about 4 is how out-of-place it was in 2011. The throwback sound that just earned Bruno Mars his first Album of the Year Grammy contrasted heavily with the "We Found Love"s and "Hold It Against Me"s that dominated airwaves. Inspired by the dying genre that she grew up with, and with the help of producers and artists of its glory days (André 3000, Babyface - even the future of R&B, Frank Ocean, co-wrote and sang on one of its tracks), Bey was able to create a raw and warm record about the ups and downs of her relationship, with angry, sad, vulnerable and loving moments, and some of her best vocal performances to date. The disparity between what the audience wanted and what the record sounded like, a controversial lead single and the album leak almost one month before its release lead to underwhelming sales and single peaks (it was her first album to not have a #1, and the highest single peak was #17), despite coming off such a strong era and having very positive critical reception. Despite this, it debuted at #1 with around 300 thousand sales (still her lowest figures) and was certified platinum two months later. It recently became her third album to reach one billion streams on Spotify, and she became the first woman to have three albums with over 1B streams. Tracklist
You must use YouTube to listen to Dreaming and Lay Up Under Me! Britney Spears - Femme Fatale It’s 2011, I remember getting in the car one day and my mom turned on the radio. The lady on Hot 99.5 said “Here is the new single Hold It Against Me by Britney Spears!”. It was an eye-opening experience for me, hearing those crisp robotic vocals from Britney made me a stan. The lead single ”Hold It Against Me” debuted at #1, being Britney’s second straight song to debut at #1. It held the record for the least amount of weeks in the Top 20 as a #1 until Taylor Swift’s ”Look What You Made Me Do”. It was followed up by the singles ”Till the World Ends”, ”I Wanna Go” and ”Criminal”. Surprisingly, this was the first Britney Spears album to have three Top 10 singles. The dance pop and club anthems on this album are some for the ages, you WILL slut drop to ”Big Fat Bass”! In my eyes, this was Britney’s last greatest hurrah as an artist. Tracklist
You must use YouTube to listen to Scary! Rihanna - Talk That Talk: written by our resident Rihanna stan, jamesfog. Following the massive era that was Loud, which solidified her as a global superstar, Rihanna was expected to continue her streak of hits, and she did just that. Rihanna’s sixth album, Talk That Talk, was released on November 18, 2011. Talk That Talk contains elements of pop, R&B, hip hop, dancehall and electronic dance music. Personnel on the album include Calvin Harris, Stargate, Dr. Luke, and frequent Rihanna collaboratoqueen of Pitch Perfect Ester Dean. Singles include the Calvin Harris-produced megahit “We Found Love”, which currently ranks at #24 on Billboard’s All Time Songs Chart, top 5 peaking electropop banger “Where Have You Been”, and top 40 hits like the reggae-pop fusion “You da One” and “Talk That Talk”, which features legendary rapper Jay-Z. In addition to these major hits, deep cuts such as The xx-sampling “Drunk On Love” and electric guitar-heavy “Fool In Love” round out the album’s diverse sound. Tracklist
Listen to and rate every song. The program I’m using will crash if any song is not rated. Any incomplete ballots will not be accepted. Any ballots where you clearly haven’t listened to all the songs will be rejected until modified.
Score each song from 1 to 10. You are allowed ONLY ONE 11 and ONLY ONE 0. Decimal places are allowed but only to the first digit: scores like 6.4 and 9.8 are allowed, but not 6.48 or 9.87. It makes the program very wonky. You can change your scores at any time, just PM me.
Remember, you don't have to use your 11 or 0!
This one is important, so listen up. DO NOT SABOTAGE. DO NOT SABOTAGE. DO NOT SABOTAGE. Sabotaging will be defined as giving a song a lower score than you actually feel it deserves because you want another song to win/you want your fave to win. I will be reading through all of these scores, and any clearly sabotaged ballots, I will ask that you change the scores. Failure to comply will result in --permadeath-- your scores not being counted.
Following the idea of the last one, please refrain from hate comments in your comments. A little messiness is always fine, but please try not to go over the top. I will be reading through comments, any questionable ones I may request that you change. Refusal to do so will result in your comments for that song being removed.
Additionally, please rate all albums fairly. I will be enforcing a mandatory minimum of a 3.0 album average. Try not to have all 10s or all 1s, and if you do, please include justification for each of these so it at least doesn't look like you're blindly stanning.
Comments are allowed and encouraged! To leave a comment, just put a space after your score and write away.
HERE is an example of a properly done comment:
Government Hooker: 10 Lady Gaga is a sex dominatrix queen!
HERE are examples of improperly done comments:
Scheiße: 10: I broke my hip to this song! Scheiße: 10 - I broke my hip to this song! Scheiße: I broke my hip to this song! (10) Scheiße:I broke my hip to this song!
2017.07.24 16:25 ThumbForkeArtist Spotlight: Kanye West
Welcome to Artist Spotlight, where members of the sub can draw attention to some of their favourite bands, or maybe help guide you through a more daunting discography! TheRealPooh will be talking about Kanye West. It’s difficult to put a spotlight on the artist who once declared himself “the greatest living rockstar”, which isn’t entirely off base. His arena shows still sell out, his statements on twitter and in person still generate major headlines, his marriage is constantly the subject of those trash tabloids you see at grocery store checkout lines, but his high level of fame was only possible from around a decade of being one of the most critically acclaimed popular artists. Kanye is an artist who most of you know so I’ll keep it short and sweet but the best way to describe his music is through the various periods of his life. Pre College Dropout: For a more detailed story of this period, listen to Kanye West song Last Call Kanye West first came into prominence as a producer in the 1990’s. Much of his early output was spent in his hometown of Chicago, where he honed his skill at speeding up classic soul records to sample in his hip hop production. I haven’t check out much (if any) of his early production but by the late 90’s, he was producing for artists such as Foxy Brown and the Notorious B.I.G. His big break came when he was signed to Roc-A-Fella Records, and he gained recognition for his production work on Jay Z’s 2001 album, The Blueprint, being credited with Nas diss track Takeover, the still insanely popular Izzo (H.O.V.A.), and The Heart of the City, which is probably one of my favorite instances of West production. Kanye’s true dream was to be a rapper, but West was largely ignored because he didn’t have the “gangsta” image record labels sought to market. His production talents led to him getting meetings to sign as a rapper, however, and Roc-A-Fella signed him to make sure they were able to keep his production talents The College Dropout One of the largest breakthrough’s in West’s life came when he got into a car crash in California after a late night at the recording studio. While recovering with his jaw wired shut, Kanye realized his interests lay in conscious hip hip and recorded the song Through the Wire while still recovering. The label execs loved the song and gave West the green light to work on his debut studio album. Working with established talent such as Jay Z and upcoming talent such as John Legend, Kanye created a conscious album built on sped up soul samples that touched on topics ranging from drugs, the racism he’s faced, his thoughts on higher education, his experiences with religion, and most importantly, the difficulties in his journey to release his first studio album, which topped the charts when it was released. For me, the reason this album gets so much acclaim is, while Kanye isn’t a very intricate lyricist, he’s able to deliver his lyrics with enough honesty and emotion to offset that. Favorites: Jesus Walks, Through the Wire, All Falls Down, Never Let Me Down Late Registration Looking to change up his trademark sound a bit, Kanye went to work on his second studio album with the help of film score composer Jon Brion, who he wanted after hearing his work with Fiona Apple. By incorporating, orchestral elements into his music, West created a grander and larger hip hop sound than was available at the time and used that music to enhance his lyrical themes of his experiences growing up, his relations with family including his mother and grandma, and even the diamond industry. The album not only showed improvement on his lyrical ability, but also increased his stardom through the release of hit single Gold Digger, which captured the hearts of suburban moms everywhere (including my mom who claims this is the only Kanye song she likes). Favorites: Touch The Sky, Drive Slow, Hey Mama, Gone Graduation Did you know Kanye once opened for U2? Kanye seeing Bono effortlessly work a stadium crowd made him desire to make hip hop that had a similar effect, so he turned to his favorite rock bands for influence, including The Killers, Modest Mouse, and Radiohead to figure our how to make that large sound and listened to Johnny Cash and Bob Dylan to improve his lyricism. The result of this was Kanye trading in sped up soul samples for synths and disco rhythms. The real turning point for the album came when Kanye West went to Europe and listened to Daft Punk, who he shamelessly ripped off brilliantly sampled with the permission for the French House duo for the single Stronger, which was one of the largest songs I can remember from that time in my life. Seriously, it was everywhere in 2007, and I’m annoyed it took me 8 years to truly appreciate how great this song is. The lyrical themes of the album switched from societal problems to more introspective themes, such as Kanye making sense of his newfound fame while still analyzing his self-doubt, and about his relationship with his father and “big brother” Jay Z. This synthy, more pop oriented accessible sound led to the album’s release being one of the largest releases of the 00’s and cemented West as one of the largest names in the music industry. Favorites: Champion, Can't Tell Me Nothing, Flashing Lights, Everything I Am 808’s and Heartbreaks Kanye’s best friend, by his admission, has always been his mother, who’s been primarily supporting him since his parent’s divorced when he was young. I could say more on the subject, but West describes best in the Late Registration song, Hey Mama. With his mother being his primary source of support for so long, it was heart breaking for Kanye when his mother died due to complications during a cosmetic surgery Kanye encouraged her to get (please see his performance of Hey Mama at the Grammys and call your mom, she deserves it). This, along with him him and his fiancée breaking off their engagement led West in a pretty bad state emotionally, and didn’t feel like rapping was enough for him anymore. Using a three week recording session with up and coming artist Kid Cudi to vent his pain and frustrations, West sought to create a minimal sound using synths and the TR-808 drum machine using influences from 80’s synthpop, and heavily used autotune to distort his singing. This drastic change in style was a huge shock to the public, with much of the reaction being negative after West revealed lead single Love Lockdown at the VMAs, and even though many in hip hop were supportive in the style change, the album released to mixed reception. What’s notable about this album, however, is that it’s themes of introspection and intimate subject matters laid the groundwork for a lot of hip hop and r&b today, and is generally considered one of the most influential albums popular music albums in recent memories, plus it’s incredible for healing after a breakup. Favorites: Paranoid, Street Lights, Coldest Winter, Welcome to Heartbreak My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy Where do I even start with my favorite album ever. I’m guessing you all know about the Taylor Swift VMA incident. That led to Kanye holing up by himself for a while and to even consider retiring music entirely but he instead decided to exile himself to Hawaii and just record with some of his favorite music friends, including long time producer Mike Dean, Kid Cudi, Jay Z, John Legend, Rihanna, and others and with some new really interesting collaborators including Justin Vernon and Pusha T, and Chris Rock in what Kanye described as “rap camp”. The result was that Kanye’s comeback album took from so many musical influences, with Kanye’s soul sampling making a return in Devil in a New Dress, more r&b elements in Runaway and Blame Game, large pop anthems in All of the Lights, and rock elements being present in Power and Gorgeous (no, I’m not just saying that because of the guitar). The sampling is straight up brilliant, with Kanye using a King Crimson sample to essentially describe himself as the 21st Century Schiziod Man and turning a slow slow and mellow Bon Iver track to a brilliant emotional closer to the album. Lyrically, this album features Kanye at his best with him bringing back the social commentary, talking about how his flaws affect his relationships, and essentially apologizing for being a dick sometimes while also saying “fuck y’all, I’m Kanye and this is how I am”. After being made into the worst person in America by entertainment media, this album cemented Kanye as one of the best popular artists of the 00’s and I’m pretty sure it’s one of the most critically acclaimed albums in the past decades. Pretty good for a comeback album Favorites: All of it Watch The Throne After MBDTF, Kanye and Jay Z decided to record a collaboration album and it’s really fun. It also had one of the coolest tours of all time. Favorites: Ni**as in Paris, Otis, No Church in the Wild Yeezus After MBDTF, Kanye was on top of the hip-hop and music world and had his personal life back on track with a stable relationship so what does he do? Decide to release his most brash work to date that still divides hip hip fans to this day, of course! Inspired by this really expensive lamp, house music from Chicago, and industrial music by artists such as Nine Inch Nails, West set out to make basically a industrial hip hop album. Returning to collaborate on this album was Daft Punk and Justin Vernon, and West brought in new collaborators such as Arca, Hudson Mohawke, and Travis Scott to achieve the harsh electronic sound he was aiming for. What I find remarkable about this album, however, is that it’s the only Kanye album that has a clear narrative running through it and it’s well told in it’s short tight running span. The real highlight of this album is Blood on the Leaves, which uses a sample of Nina Simone’s version of Blood on the Leaves and is probably one of the most hype songs I’ve ever heard. I get why people don’t like this album, but it’s probably one of Kanye’s most interesting projects and it achieves its goals very well and it's a good entry point into hip hop for people who enjoy a heavier style of rock. Favorite: Blood on the Leaves, Hold My Liquor, New Slaves, Black Skinhead The Life of Pablo This had one of the more interesting album release stories I've heard. After the widely successful Yeezus Tour, West went to make an album that soudned like a darker 808's with some trap elements, and released the singles Only One (which you should listen to if you hate Kanye) and All Day, both featuring Paul McCartney. Those singles, along with Wolves ft Sia and Vic Mensa, which had been played live, led to high expectations to the album originally called So Help Me God but later changed to Swish. Early in January of 2016, West released the song Real Friends on his SoundCloud and announced an album release date in Februrary. between that and the album release. West changed the album name twice to Waves and finally The Life of Pablo, got in a weird twitter fued with Wiz Khalifa, had an insane show for his fashion line at MSG where the public heard the album for the first time, and finally dropped his album a few hours after his SNL appearence only on Tidal. The album reflected where Kanye was at the time, with the musical styles and lyrical themes just all over the place. The album starts with a gospel rap song, then goes to two soul trap songs, then goes to a song with a line I can't believe Taylor Swift even agreed to put in the album. There are songs that soudn like they belong on Yeezus and songs that sound like they belong on Graduation. The most notible aspect of the album was the changes made to it after the release: Kanye vowed on twitter to "fix wolves" and after it's release, he updated the song to reinclude the original Sia and Vic Mensa verses. He made similar changes to add extra vocals and change some instrumentals to various songs, and even added a new final track. It's a very messy album that, in my opinion, suffers from having too many collaborators Kanye listened to, but it still has a good amount of quality. Favorites: Ultralight Beam, Real Friends, No More Parties in LA, Saint Pablo Now Kanye West followed this up with a very successful tour where he literally floated above the GA section (and I can confirm that tour was insane) but various events in his life along with his busy schedule led to him saying some... odd things at his shows and cancelled the tour early so he could get evaluated for exhaustion issues. Since then, he's largely been out of the spotlight barring one meeting with a certain president of the United States and rumors are he's been quietly working on a new album. Given the differences in all his albums, who knows what it'll sound like. Playlist: u/ericneedsanap has been keeping a playlist up to date of five songs from each artist that the spotlight writer picks. He'll update it with this week's picks soon. Ok that's it for this week's Artist Spotlight! If you think there's anything more to be said or if you disagree with something, feel free to give your opinion in the comments! And if you decide to check them out based on the spotlight, make sure to check back in and say what you thought! If you want to do an artist spotlight yourself, fill out this form. And here is a list of all past and upcoming artists spotlights, in case you'd like to read more of them and so you don't try to apply to do an artist that's already taken! See you next week, when u/jackphd is going to talk about Boredoms!
2017.03.09 07:44 Nerdy_boy_chris[THROWBACK] - The Top 10 Best Hit Songs of 2011.
Hello /popheads! For this week's Throwback Thursday, I'm going to be counting down my top 10 best hit songs of 2011. 2011, after 2012 and 2015, is my favorite year in music. It was the year that I discovered the Billboard charts and started chart watching. So many iconic songs were released this year and it seemed as though everyone was ok their A game. There were so many great hits that it was hard to narrow it down to ten, but I ended up doing it so without further ado, here's the list:
Out of all the dance club songs that came out this year, this has got to be the best, a fun beat, some pretty good lyrics, a great performance from both artists. It has it all. But what really put it over the mark was that hook. It is a monster of a hook and is the part that keeps it pretty fresh. I'm a sucker for a great chorus and Sabi's is pretty damn incredible. Easily one of the biggest earworms of the year and is sure to keep the party going for years to come.
Ok yes, Chris Brown is a shitty human being and probably doesn't deserve a career but hey, the dude is talented. This is probably a song designed for me: a sample from SWV, which sampled one of my favorite Michael Jackson tracks, a R&B love song, a killer beat, an infectious hook, a summer-defining, At least for me, song. If any other artist released this I'd feel zero guilt, and it'd probably be more popular. But if I'm being honest, this song is fantastic and we should probably listen to it a lot more. But Chris Brown is still trash though.
This is a simple song, a pump-up dance banger that is full of energy and life. And it works extremely well. I love the way the remix pumps up the original song up to 11. This is the song when I wanna work out or just do any type of work. It feels me up with so much energy I have to do something other than sit around. And Usher is the king of these songs. Here's hoping for more of these in the near future.
I've always been a fan of Drake, so naturally I'd be a fan of his bragging songs, which there a lot of. And this one is one of his best. I think the beat is what does it for me, it sounds so full and energized to contrast with Drake's monotone delivery. And it makes for an interesting piece. And this was honestly my favorite Drake song until he released Take Care, his absolute best song of all time. So yeah, Drake should make more songs like this, where his bragging feels earned and is enjoyable to hear!
This song is fantastic. In a world where piano ballads have become all but cliché, it's nice to her one that has some genuine emotion and talent like this and Adele has the talent to back it up. I'm not sure what exactly is so great about this song, whether it be the lyrics or the vocal melody, or Adele's actual vocals but it all blends together into probably her best song to date. It's complex, emotional, heavy, depressing in all the right ways. Something that was missing from the charts in 2011. I can't listen to it to this day without shedding a tear and I think that speaks for itself.
If 2011 defined by a single song, it'd probably be this one. A party song? Check. An outlandish music video that is just awesome? Check. Katy Perry? Check. An awesome sax solo? Check. Lyrics that might be a bit much? Check. This song encapsulated what it meant to be a pop song in 2011 and it was straight up fun. It also deserved way better in the rate btw
This is an outrageous pop song. And it is phenomenal. This production is fantastic it's very bright and in your face, which is great. The lyrics are very tongue-in-cheek while also being sexy, the video is great and outlandish which is always a plus. And Rihanna is selling this song. Singing with as much conviction as she possibly can. A fun and sexy way to get the party going. What else is there to say but, "I like it, like it"?
THE song of the summer. Hands down. Nicki's first real pop smash hit and it's probably one of her best. Bright and happy production, verses that are just weird and amazing at the same time, a video that was bright and happy and colorful, and that hook. That monster of a hook, which was stuck in my brain for 5 months in a row and still won't leave my brain. It's a well-known track and her signature song for a reason.
If I said it once, I'll say it again. Reggae/Island Rihanna is the best Rihanna. And this might be her best sex jam to date, starting with Drake's verse which feels like he's talking directly to you (which I love), to that amazing hook which has basically become a staple in her discography. To that island inspired production, which takes me back every single time, to those seductive verses where she coos to the listener and gives me goosebumps every time. A top-tier track by a top tier duo.
I've always liked Nicki from the very beginning. But this song made me love her. A song that talks about her making it in the industry, and at the time, it was well-earned. Aided by production that makes you feel like a fairy tale, Nicki raps about her life now and how happy she really is and that's always empowering to hear. With a memorable hook and Drake's near perfect guest verse it might be one of the greatest rap duets of the 2010s. It's a song that makes me happy to be alive, no matter what happens. And that's always good to hear. That's my list! Any thoughts, comments, questions, concerns? Let me know! I'll take all constructive criticism, and leave your lists down there too!
2017.01.12 06:57 Nerdy_boy_chris[THROWBACK] The Top 10 Best Hits of 2010.
Hello /popheads! For this week's Throwback Thursday, I'm going to be counting down my top 10 best hit songs of 2010! Objectively, 2010 was not a great year for music, especially pop music, but I'd be lying through my teeth if I said that I hated it and this was a blast to make, so let's get to it:
I'll be honest, as much as I like to pretend that nostalgia doesn't play a factor here, that's a big part of why this song even crossed my mind. This song was my life in 8th grade. (for some reason) But looking at it, this is a super fun party song that gets everyone dancing and singing along. I like how Trey doesn't sing as hard as he usually does, and he keeps it a bit lowkey. I like how it feels like it will spiral out of control but it never does. And I really like Fabolous' verse, it's honestly much better than Bottom's Up, Trey's other drinking anthem. This is fun, and it's good fun.
Ahh, the song that hit number-one on Comma's rate. It is a top-tier pop song through and through. With Gaga's dramatic vocals about how she wants this relationship, no matter how bad it will turn out. The music that's ominous and a bit creepy. The iconic music video that introduced so many iconic outfits. The (admittedly) dated bridge where she screams, "I'm a freak bitch, baby!" It's all very 2009-esque. And it's a great song to scream at the top of your lungs. It's her signature song for a reason.
I've never been a fan of Travie McCoy or his band Gym Class Heroes (outside of Ass Back Home his best song.) But to be honest, this is a great fantasy/wish fulfillment song. Now what makes this song great is the vibe and spirit that flows through this song. Both performers are very focused and energized and emotional. Travie's verses on how he'd do things if image was a billionaire, buying nice things, helping his friends and family, playing basketball with Obama, even trying to fix the economy. He's very earnest and you believe everything he's saying. But Bruno steals the show here, honestly. The chorus is one of the best sing-a-longs I've heard that year. And it's really helped by the fact that he's singing his heart out and he seems honest about what he's singing about. It's one of the most heartfelt I've heard and it earns so many points for me.
I'll be honest. When everything is said and done on Rihanna's career and she retires, or dies whichever comes first, this will be one of her most iconic and important songs. This is a masterclass in lyricism and pure emotion. Rihanna's soulful singing about how she loves being hurt was quite controversial in 2010 after dealing with her 2009 incident with Chris Brown. And Eminem's very accurate description of an abuser in his verses. It's very emotional and it did tug at my heart the first time I heard it. The music itself is not all that interesting, but I think it's only there to highlight the vocals and lyrics, much like Macklemore's Same love or Taylor Swift's Blank Space. But it does do this a lot better than those 2 songs. Al in all, an important piece of music for these two artists. (By the way, check out the second part to this song, and the Ariana Grande cover
First things first, the Pitbull verse is garbage. It adds nothing to the song and he sounds like an idiot. That being said, this is a weirdly somber dance track not unlike Lady Gaga's Just Dance. Where Usher's life and relationship gets so bad he goes to the club to escape his reality and he can finally be free. There's no special performance or music to create a mood though, it's all in the lyrics with metaphors of coming back to life, dancing like it's the last time you'll ever do it, and having fun like there's no tomorrow. It's all rooted in escapism and I think we can all relate to. So Usher, keep on dancing and hopefully you'll find happiness again.
I've always been a fan of Drake and this song was my favorite for years and it ruled my summer of 2010. What makes this song so great is that he doesn't rap and instead sings his heart out about how he'll love this girl and how he'll get her to love him too. Now this kind of song did wear thin, but this one in particular still stands out because he's professing his love and not doing the other Drake stuff (not letting her have fun, harrassing her, etc.) and his emotional performance really sells it. This is one of the first songs to show Drake not as a good rapper, but as a great artist, and there's a lot of merit to that.
Katy's best number-one hit, hands down. This is one of the best love songs I've ever heard and she proves that she's not some pop girl who sings about scandalous flings and makes funny songs. She can make one of the most powerful love songs ever and still can make it a hit. And there's so many good moments, from that chorus that makes you wanna sing along every time. To the bridge where she makes pop perfection. To the chord structure which still sounds really good and not dated in the slightest. This song is iconic for a reason and I hope that she keeps making songs like this for years to come.
This was the introduction to both of these artists, and man what an introduction it was. This song was a breath of fresh air, and still is. With all the rap songs about bad relationships, corny pickup lines, and meaningless sex, it's nice to hear a genuine love song. And everyone on this song knocked it out of the park. From Bruno's earnest crooning, to B.o.B.'s verses which confirms his love, to the production which gives it a very lovey-duvet vibe. It's very genuine in a way that a lot of songs aren't. And for that it stands out. Too Bad B.o.B. had to ruin it. At least Bruno got better
This was the first number-one hit of the decade, and man what a song to do it with. This song will stand as one of the most important of the decade. And it's so great and memorable. From brushing your teeth with jack, to looking for guys that look like Mick Jagger, to waking up feeling like P. Diddy. And that hook that makes you wanna get up and dance. Kesha oozes personality, and she makes this song. And that Bridge, which is honestly breath-taking. This is the dance song that I hold all other dance songs to, and so far, most have failed.
One of Rihanna's best. Ever. There's so many good things to say about it, from her island accent. To her vocals, which sound incredible for not trying that hard. To the lyrics, which were once again, controversial back in 2010. To the music video where it was happy and was brightly lit and just amazing. This is a hoe Anthem through and through. And it's so good she hasn't really been able to top it and I kind of hope she never does. This is the kinda song to either dance alone I your room to, sing it out loud in your car, or have amazing sex to. The island girl did it once again and she shows why she's the greatest. That's my list! Any thoughts, comments, questions, concerns? Let me know! I'll take all constructive criticism, and leave your lists down there too!
2016.11.20 18:48 leafsnash61[DISCUSSION] Billboard Year-End Hot 100 of 2016 predictions
Hey everyone! As we all know, the Billboard Year-End Hot 100 singles of 2016 will be out sometime in the near future (I'm not sure of an exact date just yet. If they've announced one, please share!) but the Billboard year itself is over. In this post I am going to give you my predictions for all 100 songs. "But it's only November" I hear you say. Indeed, but Billboard tracks their year from November to November and this past week on the Hot 100 was the final week. "That's dumb," you snap back. Oh I agree with you there. Things to keep in mind:
The tracking year goes from November to November which is why you'll see a bunch of "2015" songs (The Hills, Can't Feel My Face, etc.) littered throughout my predictions.
Just because a song felt bigger (Closer, for example) doesn't mean its chart run was exactly the best or the song itself came out later in the year and hasn't reached 20 weeks yet.
Many of the songs here will definitely contend for the 2017 Year End list.
Bold songs indicate songs that are currently on the charts as of Nov. 19, 2016.
I normally give songs ranges (e.g. 10-20) and then I adjust accordingly with where their final placement would be. It's tricky! I might be wrong on many of them but they should end up in their respective "range", if you will.
Anyway, let's get right into it. Do remember, these are just predictions and NOT the actual list. It's not 100% correct (obviously) , but you can bet on a lot of these at least being in the right area...or so I would like to hope! 1 - Justin Bieber - Love Yourself 2 - Justin Bieber - Sorry 3 - Drake ft. Kyla & Wizkid - One Dance 4 - Rihanna ft. Drake - Work 5 - Desiigner - Panda 6 - Twenty-One Pilots - Stressed Out 7 - The Chainsmokers - Don't Let Me Down 8 - Adele - Hello 9 - Justin Timberlake - Can't Stop the Feeling! 10 - The Chainsmokers ft. Halsey - Closer 11 - Sia ft. Sean Paul - Cheap Thrills 12 - Lukas Graham - 7 Years 13 - Rihanna - Needed Me 14 - Flo Rida - My House 15 - Fifth Harmony ft. Ty Dolla Sign - Work From Home 16 - Mike Posner - I Took A Pill In Ibiza 17 - Calvin Harris x Rihanna - This Is What You Came For 18 - G-Eazy ft. Bebe Rehxa - Me, Myself & I 19 - DNCE - Cake By The Ocean 20 - Twenty-One Pilots - Heathens 21 - Twenty-One Pilots - Ride 22 - Zayn - Pillowtalk 23 - Major Lazer ft. Justin Bieber and MO - Cold Water 24 - Shawn Mendes - Stitches 25 - Drake - Hotline Bling 26 - Adele - Send My Love (To Your New Lover) 27 - Shawn Mendes - Treat You Better 28 - Drake ft. Rihanna - Too Good 29 - The Chainsmokers ft. Rozes - Roses 30 - Future ft. The Weeknd - Low Life 31 - The Weeknd - The Hills 32 - Justin Bieber - What Do You Mean? 33 - Pink - Just Like Fire 34 - DRAM ft. Lil Yachty - Broccoli 35 - Ariana Grande - Dangerous Woman 36 - Bryson Tiller - Don't 37 - Drake x Future - Jumpman 38 - Alessia Cara - Here 39 - Gnash ft. Olivia O'Brien - i hate u, i love u 40 - Selena Gomez - Same Old Love 41 - Drake - Controlla 42 - DJ Snake ft. Justin Bieber - Let Me Love You 43 - Charlie Puth - One Call Away 44 - James Bay - Let It Go 45 - Meghan Trainor ft. John Legend - Like I'm Gonna Lose You 46 - Meghan Trainor - No 47 - Zara Larsson x MNEK - Never Forget You 48 - Kent Jones - Don't Mind 49 - Charlie Puth ft. Selena Gomez - We Don't Talk Anymore 50 - Florida Georiga Lina - H.O.L.Y. 51 - Kiiara - Gold 52 - Ariana Grande - Into You 53 - Jeremih - Oui 54 - Selena Gomez - Hands To Myself 55 - Fetty Wap ft. Remy Boyz - 679 56 - Kevin Gates - 2 Phones 57 - The Weeknd - Starboy 58 - Bryson Tiller - Exchange 59 - Meghan Trainor - Me Too 60 - DJ Khaled ft. Drake - For Free 61 - Flume ft. Kai - Never Be Like You 62 - Elle King - Ex's And Oh's 63 - The Weeknd - In The Night 64 - Lil Wayne, Wiz Khalifa & Imagine Dragons With Logic & Ty Dolla $ign ft. X Ambassadors - Sucker For Pain 65 - X-Ambassadors - Unsteady 66 - Nick Jonas - Close 67 - Post Malone - White Iverson 68 - Thomass Rhett - Die A Happy Man 69 - Coldplay - Hymn for the Weekend 70 - Tory Lanez - LUV 71 - Yo Gotti - Down In The DM 72 - The Weeknd - Can't Feel My Face 73 - Beyonce - Sorry 74 - Travis Scott - Antidote 75 - Ariana Grande ft. Nicki Minaj - Side to Side 76 - Tory Lanez - Say It 77 - Ruth B - Lost Boy 78 - Taylor Swift - Wildest Dreams 79 - Daya - Sit Still, Look Pretty 80 - DJ Snake ft. Bipolar Sunshine - Middle 81 - Adele - When We Were Young 82 - Ellie Goulding - On My Mind 83 - Daya - Hide Away 84 - Drake ft. The Throne - Pop Style 85 - Shawn Mendes & Camila Cabello - I Know What You Did Last Summer 86 - Major Lazer and DJ Snake ft. MO - Lean On 87- Fat Joe, Remy Ma & Jay Z Featuring French Montana & Infared - All The Way Up 88 - Silento - Watch Me 89 - Hailee Steinfeld & Grey ft. Zedd - Starving 90 - Usher ft. Young Thug - No Limit 91 - Fifth Harmony ft. Fetty Wap - All In My Head (Flex) 92 - Kevin Gates - Really Really 93 - Chris Brown ft. Usher & ZAYN - Back To Sleep 94 - Desiigner - Tiimmy Turner 95 - OT Genasis ft. Young Dolph - Cut It 96 - Coldplay - Adventure Of A Lifetime 97 - Tim McGraw - Humble And Kind 98 - One Direction - Perfect 99 - Future - Wicked 100 - Dierks Bentley - Somewhere on a Beach
2016.03.07 11:34 KingOfKingsOfKings01Can we sticky the left over tracks/og tracks of TLOP so its organised please ?
All Day [RMX] (ft. Kendrick Lamar of Black Hippy, Paul McCartney of The Beatles, Allan Kingdom & Theophilus London) New God Flow I Don't Like Mama's Boyfriend School Spirit Fade (feat. Ty$ & Post Malone) OG Fall Out of Heaven (feat. Bon Iver & The-Dream) FML (feat. Travi$ Scott & The Weeknd) (1.21.16) [OG FULL] Highlights (feat. Young Thug) [OG FULL] I Miss The Old Kanye OG Kanye West Feat. Rick Ross, Rihanna & Swizz Beatz - Famous New Angels Only One (feat. Caroline Shaw, Paul Mccartney & Ty Dolla $ign) Sin City [RMX] The Mind is Powerful (feat. Swizz Beats) Waves (feat. Chris Brown) [OG FULL]Wolves (feat. Frank Ocean, Sia, & Vic Mensa) (2.24.15) [OG FULL) the above is the track list for the folder that was shared around that was suppose to have all the leaks/ogs/remixes and left offs to the date of that folder.. Saint Pablo OG wasnt included. but rips are around for it
Meek Mill - Pray For Em: "You around cause you pay niggas", "Pop niggas singing melodies when theirs really nothing they do with me", Meek Mill - Gave Em Hope: "Mention my name and Beretta with that" Meek Mill - Im Da Plug Freestyle: "Jumpan, Jumpman, Jumpman ain't nobody tell him this ain't what they want man, you ain't really riding I'm like who's your stuntman?", "Was that my girls tour or the world tour? I do not know what you pussy niggas going for" Meek Mill - FBH: No subliminals THEY SAID NEW OVO COMING SOON ON BEATS ONE! Real Last Songs Before It Starts:They. - Motley Crue / A. Chal - Round Whippin / Game - El Chapo Ft. Skrillex / Falcons - Flames Ft. Stush / Kendrick Lamar - Alright / Travis Scott - Wonderful Ft. The Weeknd MOST HYPED I BEEN FOR AN EPISODE IN TIME LESS GETIT OVO Sound Radio Episode 13 Starts Now Olivers Set Begins
NOMINATIONS (whoever predicts the most winners gets a custom flair): SONG OF SUMMER Fifth Harmony – "Worth It" Major Lazer – "Lean On" OMI – "Cheerleader" Taylor Swift – "Bad Blood" David Guetta ft. Nicki Minaj – "Hey Mama" Fetty Wap – "My Way" Skrillex/Diplo/Bieber – "Where Are U Now" WINNER: 5SOS – "She's Kinda Hot" Silento – "Watch Me" Demi Lovato – "Cool For the Summer" The Weeknd – "I Can't Feel My Face" Selena Gomez ft. A$AP Rocky – "Good For You" VIDEO OF THE YEAR Beyoncé – “7/11″ Ed Sheeran – “Thinking Out Loud” WINNER: Taylor Swift ft. Kendrick Lamar – “Bad Blood” Mark Ronson ft. Bruno Mars – “Uptown Funk” Kendrick Lamar – “Alright” BEST MALE VIDEO Ed Sheeran – “Thinking Out Loud” WINNER: Mark Ronson ft. Bruno Mars – “Uptown Funk” Kendrick Lamar – “Alright” The Weeknd – “Earned It” Nick Jonas – “Chains” BEST FEMALE VIDEO Beyoncé – “7/11″ WINNER: Taylor Swift – “Blank Space” Nicki Minaj – “Anaconda” Sia – “Elastic Heart” Ellie Goulding – “Love Me Like You Do” BEST HIP HOP VIDEO Fetty Wap – “Trap Queen” WINNER: Nicki Minaj – “Anaconda” Kendrick Lamar – “Alright” Wiz Khalifa ft. Charlie Puth – “See You Again” Big Sean ft. E-40 – “I Don’t F–k With You” BEST POP VIDEO Beyoncé – “7/11″ Ed Sheeran – “Thinking Out Loud” WINNER: Taylor Swift – “Blank Space” Mark Ronson ft. Bruno Mars – “Uptown Funk” Maroon 5 – “Sugar” BEST ROCK VIDEO Hozier – “Take Me To Church” WINNER: Fall Out Boy – “Uma Thurman” Florence + the Machine – “Ship To Wreck” Walk the Moon – “Shut Up and Dance” Arctic Monkeys – “Why’d You Only Call Me When You’re High?” ARTIST TO WATCH WINNER: Fetty Wap – “Trap Queen” Vance Joy – “Riptide” George Ezra – “Budapest” James Bay – “Hold Back The River” FKA Twigs – “Pendulum” BEST COLLABORATION Taylor Swift ft. Kendrick Lamar – “Bad Blood” Mark Ronson ft. Bruno Mars – “Uptown Funk” Wiz Khalifa ft. Charlie Puth – “See You Again” Ariana Grande & The Weeknd – “Love Me Harder” Jessie J + Ariana Grande + Nicki Minaj – “Bang Bang” VIDEO WITH A SOCIAL MESSAGE Jennifer Hudson – “I Still Love You” Colbie Caillat – “Try” WINNER: Big Sean ft. Kanye West and John Legend – “One Man Can Change the World” Rihanna – “American Oxygen” Wale – “The White Shoes” PROFESSIONAL CATEGORIES: BEST ART DIRECTION Taylor Swift ft. Kendrick Lamar – “Bad Blood” (Charles Infante) WINNER: Snoop Dogg – “So Many Pros” (François Rousselet, Jason Fijal) Jack White – “Would You Fight For My Love” (Jack White, Jeff Peterson) The Chemical Brothers – “Go” (Michel Gondry) Skrillex & Diplo – “Where Are U Now” with Justin Bieber (Brewer) BEST CHOREOGRAPHY Beyoncé – “7/11″ (Beyoncé, Chris Grant, Additional choreography: Gabriel Valenciano) WINNER: OK Go – “I Won’t Let You Down” (OK Go, air:man and Mori Harano) Chet Faker – “Gold” (Ryan Heffington) Ed Sheeran – “Don’t” (Nappy Tabs) Flying Lotus ft. Kendrick Lamar – “Never Catch Me” (Keone and Mari Madrid) BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY WINNER: Flying Lotus ft. Kendrick Lamar – “Never Catch Me” (Larkin Sieple) Ed Sheeran – “Thinking Out Loud” (Daniel Pearl) Taylor Swift ft. Kendrick Lamar – “Bad Blood” (Christopher Probst) FKA Twigs – “Two Weeks” (Justin Brown) Alt-J – “Left Hand Free” (Mike Simpson) BEST DIRECTION Taylor Swift ft. Kendrick Lamar – “Bad Blood” (Joseph Kahn) Mark Ronson ft. Bruno Mars – “Uptown Funk” (Bruno Mars and Cameron Duddy) WINNER: Kendrick Lamar – “Alright” (Colin Tilley & The Little Homies) Hozier – “Take Me To Church” (Brendan Canty and Conal Thomson of Feel Good Lost) Childish Gambino – “Sober” (Hiro Murai) BEST EDITING WINNER: Beyoncé – “7/11″ (Beyoncé, Ed Burke, Jonathan Wing) Ed Sheeran – “Don’t” (Jacquelyn London) Taylor Swift ft. Kendrick Lamar – “Bad Blood” (Chancler Haynes at Cosmo Street) A$AP Rocky – “L$D” (Dexter Navy) Skrillex & Diplo “Where Are U Now” with Justin Bieber (Brewer) BEST VISUAL EFFECTS Taylor Swift ft. Kendrick Lamar – “Bad Blood” (Ingenuity Studios) FKA Twigs – “Two Weeks” (Gloria FX, Tomash Kuzmytskyi, and Max Chyzhevskyy) Childish Gambino – “Telegraph Ave.” (Gloria FX) WINNER: Skrillex & Diplo “Where Are U Now” with Justin Bieber (Brewer, Gloria FX, and Max Chyzhevskyy) Tyler, The Creator – “F****** Young/Death Camp” (Gloria FX) Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award recipient: Kanye West PERFORMERS: PRE-SHOW:
Chris Brown Talks Leonardo DiCaprio-Rihanna Dating Rumors ...
Chris brown ft. Rihanna (Im Sorry) New Song 2018 - YouTube
Chris Brown & Rihanna - OPEN ROAD(I LOVE HER) - YouTube
Chris Brown & Rihanna DATING?
Chris Brown Reacts To Rihanna Reuniting With Billionaire ...
Rihanna Caught Eyeing & Attending Chris Brown's BasketBall ...
Rihanna's Hot Date With Karim Benzema Is Interrupted By ...
Rihanna Feat Chris Brown- Nobody's Business (Official song ...
Why Rihanna Says Chris Brown Is the Love of Her Life ...
Chris Brown Reveals He Still Loves Rihanna In New Post ...
Rihanna Reacts To Chris Brown Arrest In Paris ...
Rihanna reacts to Chris Brown getting arrested in Paris, France. Plus - Chris Brown reacts to the claims and will pursue legal action. #Rihanna #ChrisBrown #... ♥ CHRIANNA FOREVER ♥ Follow Chris Brown: http://www.chrisbrownworld.com https://www.facebook.com/chrisbrown https://twitter.com/chrisbrown http://instagram.c... the Rihanna feturing with Chris Brown on her new cover Unapologetic please 'LIKE' and subscrib!!! RIHANNA FEAT CHRIS BROWN - NOBODY'S BUSINESS (official song... Saturday, June 20, 2015 - Chris Brown is seen arriving at Hooray Henry's nightclub shortly after Rihanna at 12:55 AM in West Hollywood, CA. He smiles big whe... -one love- Despite the tumultuous end to their relationship, Rihanna tells Oprah that ex-boyfriend Chris Brown is the love of her life. Watch as she explains how they'v... Omarion Ft. Chris Brown & Jhene Aiko - Post To Be (Official Music Video) - Duration: 3:47. ... Rihanna and Chris Brown dating? Hell yes - Duration: 4:50. Dixie4252 60,041 views. Chris Brown reveals he still loves a mystery woman. Cardi B sparks nose job rumors. Plus - Dating rumors. #ChrisBrown #Rihanna #CardiB Chris Brown got fans r... Rihanna Caught Eyeing & Attending Chris Brown's BasketBall Game - Rihanna & Chris Brown Dating Again? Rihanna & Chris Brown Spotted At The Same Event Rihanna... Chris Brown reacts to Rihanna reuniting with Hassan Jameel. Plus - Drake reveals who can change his mind about being in a relationship. #ChrisBrown #Rihanna ...