Aminé’s “ONEPOINTFIVE” — Rhapsodies shaped by the streaming era defying the definition of what a song is
A song is, in short, a story. Sometimes, though, a song may present such an unexpected turn in sound, that’s it’s almost like a new story. Lately, we’ve been seeing more and more songs that blend different styles, as if one single song told two (or more!) stories.
When Korean group BTS released Love Yourself: Answer, in late August 2018, it seemed like the septet finally figured out the formula to be in peace with their true selves. But knowing the answer doesn’t mean it’s easy to put it in practice —and that’s what we experience with mono, the latest release of the leader, rapper and songwriter, born Kim Namjoon.
When your whole existence is a fight for survival, it's only natural that the fierceness shows even in the most delicate frames.
From soulmates to past lives, auras and stars aligning, "Third eye" by Big K.R.I.T., an underrated song from a underrated album ("Cadillactica"), addresses those concepts as the Mississippi rapper tells a story about finding love in a club, which supposedly "ain't the place for love", but, like he suggests, ain't a barrier for two souls that need to meet.
Most of our songs are rap songs, but now and then I just can't resist to some soft R&B/jazzy jams such as this one.
A lucid, confident woman with a powerful voice singing over soft jazzy instrumentals, about distinguishing blind infatuation from true, peaceful love... It can't get any classier than this!!
The year 2018 is passing by so fast. Can you believe that we have only five months left until 2019? When it comes to K-pop, a lot can happen in a matter of a few months, but so far we’ve already been taking notes on the music styles that have been trending in charts and album releases.
"Reborn" is a track by Kids See Ghosts, a project by Kanye West and Kid Cudi, and it's just so calm and conceptual, I love how it just leads to feel the words they're singing: " I'm so reborn, I'm movin' forward... Keep moving forward"...
The music of BTS, and the personalities and stories of its members can inspire love and admiration for people of any age. However, in the case of BTS, something adds a particular meaning to the “older fanbase” passion for the group: the interesting (and maybe contradicting) fact that BTS’s entire purpose is focused on youth.
If "Logos" were a visual experience instead of a sonic one, I'm sure it would be like those paintings that you just keep staring at, trying to find out the meaning, or trying to identify what art movement is it from... Does it matter? Music genres, art movements, labels... ? Do they matter? I guess the answer is both yes and no.
This is easily one of the top songs I run to in order to escape the world and just close my eyes and breathe and let myself go with the flow. I still remember what I felt the first time I heard it.
I literally texted a friend to talk about how I visualised myself in a futuristic city with a bunch of good smelling people and feeling so free and happy. This song took me to this.
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If the idea of these two dope & legendary artists as a couple is already mind blowing, just imagine how much mind blowing things can get when this couple make music together.