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Are all the comments in here part of some elaborate, coordinated troll? I really don't see the appeal.

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Original Poster2 points · 8 hours ago

What kind of music do you normally listen to? I guarantee if you like any new rapper (and a handful of old) a big part of it is the personality.

LUM's voice manipulation and internet persona just add this layer of mystery, and there's so much mystique in this song with the beat and flow switch-ups. Not only are the lyrics really poetic, they are so much more esoteric than someone like Lil Uzi - you feel like LUM is well-read in murky street shit just as much as in his occult stuff.

The way this EP is arranged is phenomenal, it blends so well. LUM's musical references are backed up by his background in other genres. This borrows from noise, post-punk and black metal just as much as it emulates the Memphis sound.

This is like the 5th time I find an old classic and see it on hiphopheads a few days later... brilliant masterpiece of a song

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Original Poster5 points · 20 hours ago

I checked to see when it was last posted, and it hadn't gained any traction for a year... Crazy with the popularity of Denzel Curry, JPEGMAFIA, etc.

Deconstructed noisy hip hop at its finest

What a lovely Track. I remember I had the urge to go out for a little cruise. I took my father's car and deciced to drive up a mountainous road at night. I've never heard this song before nor was I interested in this but I hadn't Spotify then & I was only using Soundcloud then. Tired for looking allways finding "the track" I found a mix that I've played troughout the little driving session.

Anyway, I drove trough small villages & trough some forest where I came across some Deers & Fox wich was really interesting.

At the top, this song came on & it was like heaven. As if it was timed for this little journey. I was on this road that was literraly as bride as the car but there was no one else at this time. I got out of the car & enjoyed the stars in this clear & cloudless night.

this is the playlist if anyone that would ever come across this post. Emotinium is at the end.

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Original Poster1 point · 8 hours ago

Thank you for sharing, that sounds incredible.

although I don’t like how the denominator for being a dj is so low that any celebrity can just decided to become a dj, I respect some celebrity Dj’s for their appreciarion of djing like the Goldman Sachs DJ or DJ Deisel. They have enough reaources to enjoy themselves in million different ways, but they value the opportunity to DJ simply for enjoyment. DJ Diesel honestly looks pretty hype too coming from someone who mainly likes techno.

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Idris Elba is a better selector than most EDM artists, and he's not even a full time DJ

I actually don’t even use swishers lmao. There’s screamo band I really like called Dance Gavin Dance and they have a few songs called Strawberry Swisher (part 1-4 i think) and I made the username before I even knew what swishers were haha

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DGD the goats

If I recall correctly, aside from Pearl Harbor and some bizarre Japanese balloon bombing attempts, there was no battle in North America during WWII.

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Cool but they said North Africa, where there was a concentration of fighting.

Original Poster1 point · 1 day ago

damn. How do low profile DJ's get permission from the bigger produces to remix or use their tracks?

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the producer banks on the artist liking it enough to give their blessing, or they apply for the rights to remix it (unlikely to happen but some websites do offer remix clearing for some artists), or they bank on it being underground enough that only a small audience listens to it and/or it is only distributed for club use to a select number of DJs (these are normally called bootlegs, blends, or edits and are almost never official, even from top tier producers)

(not all DJs are producers. many DJs do some production)

Original Poster1 point · 1 day ago does one apply to use it? haha.

Also would you know how one usually contacts an artist for licencing their music? Right now all I have is an email but it doesn't seem like he'll be responding any time soon.

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lol just drop it, you're not going to get to license this for your youtube channel.

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22 points · 4 days ago

I definitely heard the phrase "Damn straight" before i heard "this"

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12 points · 4 days ago

I think they means terrible reddit replies of 'this' or 'came here to say this'

58 points · 4 days ago

So as much as like Father, have these last three tracks been just whatever for you guys? Like they're fun, but they're not really interesting or even that catchy. If these are just throwaways to prep us for a new release then cool, but if this what we're getting to build to a new album.... Man I'm really not excited.

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17 points · 4 days ago

We Had A Deal is one of my fave Father songs, I've always appreciated his niche but never felt he got the balance right, that song is infectious

13 points · 5 days ago

Between this and Big Narstie's show shining a light on Oxbridge elitism, very positive use of their platforms. UK University is not at all reflective of how multicultural most of our main cities are and as a place to share views and meet different people this is an area that has to change. It's not just Oxbridge either, Durham and Exeter have had shocking racist incidents.

Exeter is 50/50 white rich and asian rich. Least diverse uni there is, but none of my mates have much bad to say about it

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I mean half their law society committee got implicated in a racist whatsapp group but I mean yeah it is a good uni

Woooah I've only listened to blood orange a bit but I never would have expected a skepta collab let alone rocky

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he's a east London boy

-20 points · 7 days ago

Didn't say it was mate

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39 points · 7 days ago

he was making a joke about the 4/4

2 points · 7 days ago

haha, i was mixing this with mssingno - inta in loads of mixes i did in the last couple years, love the blend, the minor key change in the VIP makes it work 01:35 ish here

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do you actually have the official release of this then?

was it given an official release? ive known jack for a long time and he sent me it years ago

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this is what I was wondering. I don't think so. Obvs it's made its way round to people but I'm surprised it doesn't have an official release, old tune that everybody loves

Fr. Do you think the production fit him better? I couldn’t help but think that some of the beats on scorpion sounded uninspired. Drake isn’t really too hungry rap wise anymore so that didn’t help much either. The album seemed like an uninspired take care but less fleshed out lyrically/production wise. That could just be me though.

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its a product more of drake's genre defying star par and subsequently trying to divide his albums between so many different sounds. if he had committed artistically to the nola bounce / soulful club sound he had going on several of the tracks and developed that it could have been something cohesive and amazing.

Anyone on Google Play Music that's got the normal (explicit) version of Astroworld? For some reason I can only see the clean version so I've been stuck with Youtube Music

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GPM and listening to the explicit version

355 points · 9 days ago

Just give me more Cordae

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139 points · 9 days ago

Cordae was such a pleasant discovery

Probably more likely that Gang Fatale is completely dead. Whatever your thoughts on this, neana could just change his name and keep producing. In fact he probably wouldn't even have to change his name,

Original Poster1 point · 10 days ago

Probably more likely that Gang Fatale is completely dead. Whatever your thoughts on this, neana could just change his name and keep producing. In fact he probably wouldn't even have to change his name,

thing is if his name is shit then people are less likely to want to collaborate or book him. so maybe he is fucked.

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1 point · 10 days ago · edited 10 days ago

You're putting a lot of faith in the music industry and clubbers giving af.

An alias change and he's back in business.

I still don't think he truly cares what effect his message might have had, it's a shame. Guess my rip of Yeezus 2 is going in the bin tho 💁

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Original Poster2 points · 10 days ago

aka Murlo if I'm not mistaken.

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yep, its a murlo alias. dont know if its confirmed anywhere but events billed it as Murlo debuting his DJ Sharda project

There's something very pleasing about the bubblegummy garage sound that Murlo's label is putting out.

45 points · 11 days ago

I’m studying for MCAT and the r/MCAT sub is the same, so many acronyms it hurts

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yo what that sub is now banned lol as of one hour ago

They dead now

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should have got them to the studio

and gawk at the stagnation of the majority of the other members

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259 points · 12 days ago

Domo and Hodgy released their best stuff post OF imo


Hello party people,

I'm looking for solid collaborations between underground producers and up and coming singers and rappers, to expand my listening.

Bonus points if they are from the UK.

I've been listening non-stop to the following tracks:

L-Vis 1990 - Yeah Yeah ft Flohio

IAMDDB - Shade (Chimpo Remix)

LSDXOXO - Death Grip ft Bbymutha

Any good recommendations would be appreciated 🌞


bad gyal - florentino / plata / dubbel dutch

haleek maul - shy guy / dubbel dutch / last japan / dasychira

Embaci - chino amobi / lao / elysia crampton

Siddiq - a lot of the fade to mind/ night slugs ppl

oklou - mostly self prod but some stuff w sega bodega

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Original Poster1 point · 13 days ago

Thanks a million. Love Bad Gyal and recognise most of these producers so will dig deeper

There's something funny about the LTHH Exclusive mimicking the WSHH format and then the channel only having 11 subs and a fat yoshi display pic

wait the worst type of asthma = COPD???????????

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bad case of ligma

2 points · 14 days ago · edited 14 days ago


E: y’all welcome

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2 points · 14 days ago · edited 14 days ago

ligma nuts xd

you are a brave soul indeed

32 Levels was seriously overlooked

Incredible production throughout and some really solid features.

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Idk it's very front-stacked and while the rap tracks are incredible I expected more from the instrumentals as a big fan of electronic music.

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