“The concept of “best” is the enemy of individuality. I loved Dave Bazan’s record and I loved Portugal. The Man’s record. If I wanted to, I could put one on top of the other, but why bother? It’s the same as saying “I like this one record, but I would have liked it better if it sounded more like this other record.” Ranking things automatically presumes that the top-ranked thing is what everything else should aspire to be, and that’s not how we listen to music.”—
i must have listened to this song eight hundred thousand times last christmas break. come to think of it, i listened to nothing but fall out boy last christmas break. UNDERRATED BAND sorry, did someone say something? no? really? okay, then
i still really kind of like this song, except for that annoying thing at the end. who thought that was funny? that’s not funny. you’re not funny, fall out boy.
i want to say that i belong to a generation that, when they think of the song “what’s love”, the first thing that comes to mind is this song, not the song by tina turna… but i think that’s probably just me.
okay i know no one cares about leakwatch but i keep logging on to [TOTALLY LEGAL MUSIC DOWNLOADING SITE] and seeing ‘dark twisted fantasy’ but it’s always fake and it’s removed in minutes so i can’t [PAY MONEY TO DOWNLOAD IT LEGALLY] anyway, and the album comes out in two and half weeks, and i really thought it would have [BEEN RELEASED LEGALL] by now, oh well
oh, man, this song. i don’t even know what to say. “tonally inconsistent” doesn’t even begin to describe. this is a song that continues rick ross’s proud tradition of naming songs after cars, and then rapping about those cars in the verses. it’s got a nice hook from some female singer i’ve never heard of, and that’s fine, but inside of this perfectly standard rick ross song, there is a whole other song, and wouldn’t you know it, it’s a drake song. seriously, this song has two choruses: one about cars, and one about being famous and being sad about it—you know, stuff drake sings about. and then it ends with a verse by drake that is twice as long as rick ross’s entire contribution to what is, in theory, his own track. there’s an edited version that cuts the last two minutes, but this is the version i heard on the radio, and it’s the version they made a music video for, and it is just bizarre.