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Ayer junto al Canciller Luis Castiglioni @luiscastiglioni_ en la inauguración del Centro Cultural de la República del Paraguay en Buenos Aires.
Feliz y agradecida siempre con la querida colectividad paraguaya que tanto me ha dado.
Gracias @yanibrit por la foto 🙌🏻
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#show #live #livemusic #Music #concert #musica #canciller #instastyle #fashionlover #musicphotography #instaphoto #musiclove #centrocultural #folk #sonialavarez #concertphotography #buenosaires #republicadelparaguay #harps #harp #harpist #luiscastiglioni #arpaparaguaya #harpingarround #musician #musically #harpmusic #harpshow #harppic

Ayer junto al Canciller Luis Castiglioni @luiscastiglioni_ en la inauguración del Centro Cultural de la República del Paraguay en Buenos Aires.
Feliz y agradecida siempre con la querida colectividad paraguaya que tanto me ha dado.
Gracias @yanibrit por la foto 🙌🏻
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#show #live #livemusic #Music #concert #musica #canciller #instastyle #fashionlover #musicphotography #instaphoto #musiclove #centrocultural #folk #sonialavarez #concertphotography #buenosaires #republicadelparaguay #harps #harp #harpist #luiscastiglioni #arpaparaguaya #harpingarround #musician #musically #harpmusic #harpshow #harppic

Hailing from Racine, Ohio the five-piece  @theliquorsickles are perhaps best known for their combined 27 DUIs. But it’s their version of German #progrock that has made them one of the biggest backyard BBQ bands in southeast Ohio. . . .

#albumcover #music #newmusic #nowplaying #listen #musiclove #radio #apple #life #spotify #artist #newrelease #soundcloud #musicartist #musician #musicians #musicproducer #musicstudio #musicstreaming #itunes #studio #musicismylife #instamusic #rock #hiphop #pop #clt #songwriter

Hailing from Racine, Ohio the five-piece @theliquorsickles are perhaps best known for their combined 27 DUIs. But it’s their version of German #progrock that has made them one of the biggest backyard BBQ bands in southeast Ohio. . . .

#albumcover #music #newmusic #nowplaying #listen #musiclove #radio #apple #life #spotify #artist #newrelease #soundcloud #musicartist #musician #musicians #musicproducer #musicstudio #musicstreaming #itunes #studio #musicismylife #instamusic #rock #hiphop #pop #clt #songwriter

先日のスタジオ練習です。
映像のブレが酷く、演奏も低レベルで恐縮です💧
ヴォーカルが欠席のため…ドラマーが叩かずに歌い、
ドラムは打ち込み音を流すという、なんとも珍妙な
ポジション変更をしました(笑)
次回は、演奏もカメラ設置位置も改善したいと思い
ます!

#椎名林檎 #丸の内サディスティック #コピー 
#抜粋 #未完成 #もっと練習します #録音も失敗 
#スタジオ練習 #アマチュアバンド #社会人バンド 
#私はピアノ担当 #ドラム2年目 #女性ドラマー 
#楽しくやってます 
#amatureband #practice #jrock #copy #excerpt #instamusic #musiclove #instagood #instadiary 
#instalike #instalove

先日のスタジオ練習です。
映像のブレが酷く、演奏も低レベルで恐縮です💧
ヴォーカルが欠席のため…ドラマーが叩かずに歌い、
ドラムは打ち込み音を流すという、なんとも珍妙な
ポジション変更をしました(笑)
次回は、演奏もカメラ設置位置も改善したいと思い
ます!

#椎名林檎 #丸の内サディスティック #コピー
#抜粋 #未完成 #もっと練習します #録音も失敗
#スタジオ練習 #アマチュアバンド #社会人バンド
#私はピアノ担当 #ドラム2年目 #女性ドラマー
#楽しくやってます
#amatureband #practice #jrock #copy #excerpt #instamusic #musiclove #instagood #instadiary
#instalike #instalove

‼️ WIN
Ich verlose einen 3-Day Festival Pass für das Electric Love Festival! 
Zum mitmachen: 
Bild liken & Freunde markieren 👇🏼‼️
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Freue mich mega dieses Jahr das erste mal beim @electricloveaut dabei zu sein und auf der Mainstage zu spielen! See you there 🙌🏼
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#electriclovefestival #tourlife #bootshaus #musicianlife #musiclove #djsofinstagram #futurehouse #festivals #instainspo #vscocommunity #edmlife #elf18 #electriclove #ultramusicfestival #festivalsummer #worldclubdome

‼️ WIN
Ich verlose einen 3-Day Festival Pass für das Electric Love Festival!
Zum mitmachen:
Bild liken & Freunde markieren 👇🏼‼️
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Freue mich mega dieses Jahr das erste mal beim @electricloveaut dabei zu sein und auf der Mainstage zu spielen! See you there 🙌🏼
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#electriclovefestival #tourlife #bootshaus #musicianlife #musiclove #djsofinstagram #futurehouse #festivals #instainspo #vscocommunity #edmlife #elf18 #electriclove #ultramusicfestival #festivalsummer #worldclubdome

..#friendshipsquad  #Newmusic #Music #Applemusic #Spotify #Songs #Song #Soundcloud #Newmusicfriday #Artist #Rappers #Entrepreneur #Rap #Rapmusic #Rapper #Hiphopaddict #Hiphophead #Mixtape #Datpiff #Dope #Musiclove #Rapartist #Mymixtapez #Hiphopculture #Lyrics #Listen #TracyTyler.#friendshipsquad  #Newmusic #Music#friendshipsquad  #Newmusic #Music #Applemusic #Spotify #Songs #Song #Soundcloud #Newmusicfriday #Artist #Rappers #Entrepreneur #Rap #Rapmusic #Rapper #Hiphopaddict #Hiphophead #Mixtape #Datpiff #Dope #Musiclove #Rapartist #Mymixtapez #Hiphopculture #Lyrics #Listen #TracyTyler.#friendshipsquad  #Newmusic #Music#friendshipsquad  #Newmusic #Music #Applemusic #Spotify #Songs #Song #Soundcloud #Newmusicfriday #Artist #Rappers #Entrepreneur #Rap #Rapmusic #Rapper #Hiphopaddict #Hiphophead #Mixtape #Datpiff #Dope #Musiclove #Rapartist #Mymixtapez #Hiphopculture #Lyrics #Listen #TracyTyler.#friendshipsquad  #Newmusic #Music#friendshipsquad  #Newmusic #Music #Applemusic #Spotify #Songs #Song #Soundcloud #Newmusicfriday #Artist #Rappers #Entrepreneur #Rap #Rapmusic #Rapper #Hiphopaddict #Hiphophead #Mixtape #Datpiff #Dope #Musiclove #Rapartist #Mymixtapez #Hiphopculture #Lyrics #Listen #TracyTyler.#friendshipsquad  #Newmusic #Music..#friendshipsquad  #Newmusic #Music #Applemusic #Spotify #Songs #Song #Soundcloud #Newmusicfriday #Artist #Rappers #Entrepreneur #Rap #Rapmusic #Rapper #Hiphopaddict #Hiphophead #Mixtape #Datpiff #Dope #Musiclove #Rapartist #Mymixtapez #Hiphopculture #Lyrics #Listen #TracyTyler.#friendshipsquad  #Newmusic #Music

.. #friendshipsquad #Newmusic #Music #Applemusic #Spotify #Songs #Song #Soundcloud #Newmusicfriday #Artist #Rappers #Entrepreneur #Rap #Rapmusic #Rapper #Hiphopaddict #Hiphophead #Mixtape #Datpiff #Dope #Musiclove #Rapartist #Mymixtapez #Hiphopculture #Lyrics #Listen #TracyTyler. #friendshipsquad #Newmusic #Music #friendshipsquad #Newmusic #Music #Applemusic #Spotify #Songs #Song #Soundcloud #Newmusicfriday #Artist #Rappers #Entrepreneur #Rap #Rapmusic #Rapper #Hiphopaddict #Hiphophead #Mixtape #Datpiff #Dope #Musiclove #Rapartist #Mymixtapez #Hiphopculture #Lyrics #Listen #TracyTyler. #friendshipsquad #Newmusic #Music #friendshipsquad #Newmusic #Music #Applemusic #Spotify #Songs #Song #Soundcloud #Newmusicfriday #Artist #Rappers #Entrepreneur #Rap #Rapmusic #Rapper #Hiphopaddict #Hiphophead #Mixtape #Datpiff #Dope #Musiclove #Rapartist #Mymixtapez #Hiphopculture #Lyrics #Listen #TracyTyler. #friendshipsquad #Newmusic #Music #friendshipsquad #Newmusic #Music #Applemusic #Spotify #Songs #Song #Soundcloud #Newmusicfriday #Artist #Rappers #Entrepreneur #Rap #Rapmusic #Rapper #Hiphopaddict #Hiphophead #Mixtape #Datpiff #Dope #Musiclove #Rapartist #Mymixtapez #Hiphopculture #Lyrics #Listen #TracyTyler. #friendshipsquad #Newmusic #Music.. #friendshipsquad #Newmusic #Music #Applemusic #Spotify #Songs #Song #Soundcloud #Newmusicfriday #Artist #Rappers #Entrepreneur #Rap #Rapmusic #Rapper #Hiphopaddict #Hiphophead #Mixtape #Datpiff #Dope #Musiclove #Rapartist #Mymixtapez #Hiphopculture #Lyrics #Listen #TracyTyler. #friendshipsquad #Newmusic #Music

Did you know @zugarznap is supporting emerging artists such as the incredibly talented @jack_rubinacci ? 🎤✨Check out his latest offering here, Strangers When We Meet. 🔥The full music video is available to view on YouTube at Jack Rubinacci 💫

Did you know @zugarznap is supporting emerging artists such as the incredibly talented @jack_rubinacci ? 🎤✨Check out his latest offering here, Strangers When We Meet. 🔥The full music video is available to view on YouTube at Jack Rubinacci 💫

במוחה  צלילים רבים למרות שגופה עדיין במקום אחר🎼#music #face #head #brain #musiclove #musiclover ##photodaily #picsart #pictureoftheday #follow #followme

במוחה צלילים רבים למרות שגופה עדיין במקום אחר🎼 #music #face #head #brain #musiclove #musiclover # #photodaily #picsart #pictureoftheday #follow #followme

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Meine geschlossenen Augen, gegen einen Blick auf's offene Meer
All die Anpassungsversuche tausch' ich gegen mich
Ich lasse los und tausche alles was ich habe ein
Gegen irgendwas, das bleibt
Die eine Hand in der leeren Tasche und die and're gibt, der Freiheit 
Ein High Five @elifmusic -high 5 
#free #freiheit #highfive #musiclove #music #picoftheday #goodvibe #instagram #instapic #blackandwhite #blackandwhitephotography #photography #creative

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Meine geschlossenen Augen, gegen einen Blick auf's offene Meer
All die Anpassungsversuche tausch' ich gegen mich
Ich lasse los und tausche alles was ich habe ein
Gegen irgendwas, das bleibt
Die eine Hand in der leeren Tasche und die and're gibt, der Freiheit
Ein High Five @elifmusic -high 5
#free #freiheit #highfive #musiclove #music #picoftheday #goodvibe #instagram #instapic #blackandwhite #blackandwhitephotography #photography #creative

#duniya bcoz its mah favourite song #darshanraval #spreadlove @darshanravaldz #makeitwhatyouwant #makepoeplehappy #musiclove #music #tiktokindia #tiktok @tiktok #love #100M #smile #couplelove #400m #tiktoklover @singhania1209 hope yuh like it ...🤗🤗🤗rohit ❤❤❤ actually apka yeh video meko bohot jyada pasnd h 😍😍😍❤❤❤

#duniya bcoz its mah favourite song #darshanraval #spreadlove @darshanravaldz #makeitwhatyouwant #makepoeplehappy #musiclove #music #tiktokindia #tiktok @tiktok #love #100M #smile #couplelove #400m #tiktoklover @singhania1209 hope yuh like it ...🤗🤗🤗rohit ❤❤❤ actually apka yeh video meko bohot jyada pasnd h 😍😍😍❤❤❤

♥ 𝔣𝔬𝔯𝔢𝔳𝔢𝔯 ♥
... ɪ ᴡᴀɴɴᴀ ɢᴇᴛ ᴛʜᴀᴛ ʟᴏᴠᴇ 
ɪ'ᴠᴇ ᴡᴀɴᴛᴇᴅ ɪᴛ ᴀʟʟ ᴍʏ ʟɪғᴇ 
ɪ ᴡᴀɴᴛ ᴛᴏ ɢᴇᴛ ᴛʜᴀᴛ ʟᴏᴠᴇ 
ɪ ᴡᴀɴᴛ ɪᴛ ᴀʟʟ, ʏᴇᴀʜ 
ʏᴏᴜ ɢᴏᴛ ᴍᴇ ғᴇᴇʟɪɴɢ 
ɪ ᴡᴀɴᴛ ʏᴏᴜ ғᴏʀᴇᴠᴇʀ ᴅᴀʀʟɪɴɢ ʏᴏᴜ ɢᴏᴛ ᴍᴇ ғᴇᴇʟɪɴɢ, 
ʜᴇʏ ʏᴏᴜ ʙᴀʙᴇ
ᴅɪᴀᴍᴏɴᴅs, ʏᴇᴀʜ ɢᴇᴛᴛɪɴɢ ᴡɪᴛʜ ʏᴏᴜ ɪs ᴅɪᴀᴍᴏɴᴅs, 
ᴏʜ ɪ ᴡᴀɴɴᴀ ᴋɴᴏᴡ ʏᴏᴜ ʙᴀʙᴇ ᴛʜᴇ ᴏɴʟʏ ᴡᴀʏ, ʏᴇᴀʜ 
sᴏ ɢᴏ ᴏɴ ᴛᴀᴋᴇ ᴍʏ sᴏᴜʟ 
ɢᴏ ᴏɴ ᴛᴀᴋᴇ ᴍʏ ʀɪᴅᴇ 
ᴛʜʀᴏᴜɢʜ ᴛʜᴇ ɴɪɢʜᴛ sɪᴅᴇ 
ʟᴇᴛ ᴍᴇ ᴛᴀᴋᴇ ɪᴛ 
ᴅᴏᴡɴ, ᴅᴏᴡɴ, ᴅᴏᴡɴ, ᴅᴏᴡɴ
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#blackatlass #forever #loveislove #lyric #babe #blondegirl #braids #fitgirl #gymgirl #fitnessgirl #bikini #laperla #wanderer #peach #gymmotivation #musiclove #gigihadid #bellahadid #fashionillustration #artlovers #artist #wanderlust #ducati #biker #yogalove #yoga #longhair #italiangirl #stuartweitzman #iamgia

♥ 𝔣𝔬𝔯𝔢𝔳𝔢𝔯 ♥
... ɪ ᴡᴀɴɴᴀ ɢᴇᴛ ᴛʜᴀᴛ ʟᴏᴠᴇ
ɪ'ᴠᴇ ᴡᴀɴᴛᴇᴅ ɪᴛ ᴀʟʟ ᴍʏ ʟɪғᴇ
ɪ ᴡᴀɴᴛ ᴛᴏ ɢᴇᴛ ᴛʜᴀᴛ ʟᴏᴠᴇ
ɪ ᴡᴀɴᴛ ɪᴛ ᴀʟʟ, ʏᴇᴀʜ
ʏᴏᴜ ɢᴏᴛ ᴍᴇ ғᴇᴇʟɪɴɢ
ɪ ᴡᴀɴᴛ ʏᴏᴜ ғᴏʀᴇᴠᴇʀ ᴅᴀʀʟɪɴɢ ʏᴏᴜ ɢᴏᴛ ᴍᴇ ғᴇᴇʟɪɴɢ,
ʜᴇʏ ʏᴏᴜ ʙᴀʙᴇ
ᴅɪᴀᴍᴏɴᴅs, ʏᴇᴀʜ ɢᴇᴛᴛɪɴɢ ᴡɪᴛʜ ʏᴏᴜ ɪs ᴅɪᴀᴍᴏɴᴅs,
ᴏʜ ɪ ᴡᴀɴɴᴀ ᴋɴᴏᴡ ʏᴏᴜ ʙᴀʙᴇ ᴛʜᴇ ᴏɴʟʏ ᴡᴀʏ, ʏᴇᴀʜ
sᴏ ɢᴏ ᴏɴ ᴛᴀᴋᴇ ᴍʏ sᴏᴜʟ
ɢᴏ ᴏɴ ᴛᴀᴋᴇ ᴍʏ ʀɪᴅᴇ
ᴛʜʀᴏᴜɢʜ ᴛʜᴇ ɴɪɢʜᴛ sɪᴅᴇ
ʟᴇᴛ ᴍᴇ ᴛᴀᴋᴇ ɪᴛ
ᴅᴏᴡɴ, ᴅᴏᴡɴ, ᴅᴏᴡɴ, ᴅᴏᴡɴ
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#blackatlass #forever #loveislove #lyric #babe #blondegirl #braids #fitgirl #gymgirl #fitnessgirl #bikini #laperla #wanderer #peach #gymmotivation #musiclove #gigihadid #bellahadid #fashionillustration #artlovers #artist #wanderlust #ducati #biker #yogalove #yoga #longhair #italiangirl #stuartweitzman #iamgia

Ve ilk videomuz ”Just The Two Of Us” bugün @sa.projectt #youtube kanalında! İzleyebilmek için link bio’da...
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Abone olup, beğenmeyi unutmayın! :) Our first video is online on #youtube! Link in bio!
Please subscribe!! :) .
Musicians
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Lead vocal:  @denizkonak5 
Bass: @akbiyikhasanmurat 
Keys: @eren.secilmis 
Keys: @aydinbayramogluu 
Arragement,
Drum Programming&
Piano: @serkanakbiyik1 .
Mixing/Mastering: @hakanyelbiz 
Video/Editing: @nehirkonak .
Recorded Live in Mersin, TURKEY.

Ve ilk videomuz ”Just The Two Of Us” bugün @sa.projectt #youtube kanalında! İzleyebilmek için link bio’da...
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Abone olup, beğenmeyi unutmayın! :) Our first video is online on #youtube! Link in bio!
Please subscribe!! :) .
Musicians
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Lead vocal: @denizkonak5
Bass: @akbiyikhasanmurat
Keys: @eren.secilmis
Keys: @aydinbayramogluu
Arragement,
Drum Programming&
Piano: @serkanakbiyik1 .
Mixing/Mastering: @hakanyelbiz
Video/Editing: @nehirkonak .
Recorded Live in Mersin, TURKEY.

Für einen gelungenen Start in den Frühling haben wir wieder einen Blick ins Archiv geworfen und einen bunten Melodienstrauß für Euch entdeckt.💐🎶
Welche Musik weckt bei Euch echte Frühlingsgefühle? Kommentiert einfach bis Mittwoch, 27. März, welche Songs bei den ersten Sonnenstrahlen nicht fehlen dürfen und gewinnt eine von drei Schallplatten. Viel Glück!🍀 #vinyl #vinylliebe #schallplatten #musik #archiv #schätzchen #goldeneszeitalter #schlager #frühling #vinylcollection #vinylcollectionpost #vinyladdict #vinyllife #instavinyl #vinyllove #musiclove #lp #vinyljunkie #recordcollection #turntable #vintage #music

Für einen gelungenen Start in den Frühling haben wir wieder einen Blick ins Archiv geworfen und einen bunten Melodienstrauß für Euch entdeckt.💐🎶
Welche Musik weckt bei Euch echte Frühlingsgefühle? Kommentiert einfach bis Mittwoch, 27. März, welche Songs bei den ersten Sonnenstrahlen nicht fehlen dürfen und gewinnt eine von drei Schallplatten. Viel Glück!🍀 #vinyl #vinylliebe #schallplatten #musik #archiv #schätzchen #goldeneszeitalter #schlager #frühling #vinylcollection #vinylcollectionpost #vinyladdict #vinyllife #instavinyl #vinyllove #musiclove #lp #vinyljunkie #recordcollection #turntable #vintage #music

All smiles after our finale concert for the St. George Festival in Guadeloupe!  Now let's go to the beach!
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#guadeloupe #guadeloupeislands #stgeorgefestival #violist #giglife #islandgirl #islandlife #instagood #musiclove #instamusic

All smiles after our finale concert for the St. George Festival in Guadeloupe! Now let's go to the beach!



#guadeloupe #guadeloupeislands #stgeorgefestival #violist #giglife #islandgirl #islandlife #instagood #musiclove #instamusic

’Tearing At The Seams’ at #OhanaFest on Sept 29.
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#danapointbeach #socalmusicfestival #musiclove #goodvibesonly #oceanvibes #musiconthebeach

’Tearing At The Seams’ at #OhanaFest on Sept 29.
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#danapointbeach #socalmusicfestival #musiclove #goodvibesonly #oceanvibes #musiconthebeach

#tbthursday to @michellebranch with a damn catchy pop tune from 2002. 🎸🎶🎶🎶🎤
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Song: All You Wanted
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You can find the entire video on the #tbt Playlist on our YouTube channel. LINK IN BIO! Songwriter Radio Sessions coming soon so be sure to SUBSCRIBE!

#tbthursday to @michellebranch with a damn catchy pop tune from 2002. 🎸🎶🎶🎶🎤
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Song: All You Wanted
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You can find the entire video on the #tbt Playlist on our YouTube channel. LINK IN BIO! Songwriter Radio Sessions coming soon so be sure to SUBSCRIBE!

【欅坂46】二人セゾン Futari Saison (Cover)【RavanAxent】

Salah satu Cover Singer yang menurut saya sendiri keren, karena dari musik (terdiri dari beberapa alat musik), vocal sampai mixing dia lakukan sendiri saja.

Plus, dia bener-bener Faceless dan tidak terlihat berusaha cari populer dengan memperlihatkan wajah aslinya. Disini saya salut sekali! Keren!
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" Kimi wa Saison, Boku no Saison, Futari Saison | Musimmu, Musimku, Musim Kita Berdua "
#music #musik #keyakizaka46 #sister #sistergroup #japanesemusic #japanese #musiccover #musica #musicvideo #musical #musiclove #欅坂46 #二人セゾン #guitarcover #coversong #mixing

【欅坂46】二人セゾン Futari Saison (Cover)【RavanAxent】

Salah satu Cover Singer yang menurut saya sendiri keren, karena dari musik (terdiri dari beberapa alat musik), vocal sampai mixing dia lakukan sendiri saja.

Plus, dia bener-bener Faceless dan tidak terlihat berusaha cari populer dengan memperlihatkan wajah aslinya. Disini saya salut sekali! Keren!

" Kimi wa Saison, Boku no Saison, Futari Saison | Musimmu, Musimku, Musim Kita Berdua "
#music #musik #keyakizaka46 #sister #sistergroup #japanesemusic #japanese #musiccover #musica #musicvideo #musical #musiclove #欅坂46 #二人セゾン #guitarcover #coversong #mixing

🎵Lugar Secreto- @gabrielarocha77 quem mais ama esse louvor ?💜🙏🏽😊 #coverbrasil

🎵Lugar Secreto- @gabrielarocha77 quem mais ama esse louvor ?💜🙏🏽😊 #coverbrasil

The perfect day... must be your event! #Andalucia con el mejor ambiente y la mejor musica de la costa. #LionnerMedia #CONTRATACION ABIERTA ¡Prepárate, porque esto se viene fuerte! Síguenos y se el primero en enterarte de nuestros próximos proyectos así como los nuevos estrenos de nuestros artistas. #music #musician #dj #event #musicislife #musicians #musicproducer #sax #MusicLover #private #musicfestival #musicismylife #musicstudio #musicindustry #musiclovers #musicianlife #musicartist #musicvideos #musicaly #musicaltheatre #musicblog #musicmonday #musiccity #musiclove #musicman #night

The perfect day... must be your event! #Andalucia con el mejor ambiente y la mejor musica de la costa. #LionnerMedia #CONTRATACION ABIERTA ¡Prepárate, porque esto se viene fuerte! Síguenos y se el primero en enterarte de nuestros próximos proyectos así como los nuevos estrenos de nuestros artistas. #music #musician #dj #event #musicislife #musicians #musicproducer #sax #MusicLover #private #musicfestival #musicismylife #musicstudio #musicindustry #musiclovers #musicianlife #musicartist #musicvideos #musicaly #musicaltheatre #musicblog #musicmonday #musiccity #musiclove #musicman #night

Must see music alert: The Music of Aretha Franklin with the Nashville Symphony at @nashvillesymphony. The Music of @arethasings with the Nashville Symphony featuring @themccrarysisters and @aishadehaas next Tuesday at 7:30. Great opportunity to see @sammccrary3 and @ommecca7's aunts performing - The McCrary Sisters!! ❤️❤️
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Must see music alert: The Music of Aretha Franklin with the Nashville Symphony at @nashvillesymphony. The Music of @arethasings with the Nashville Symphony featuring @themccrarysisters and @aishadehaas next Tuesday at 7:30. Great opportunity to see @sammccrary3 and @ommecca7's aunts performing - The McCrary Sisters!! ❤️❤️
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N e V e R ~ Q u I t 🤖

N e V e R ~ Q u I t 🤖

Monty wants to know if you’re loving #TheWayYouSayMyName as much as he is?

Monty wants to know if you’re loving #TheWayYouSayMyName as much as he is?

Not long now until our second ‘Folk Fantastic’ night at @thepeacockbarandkitchen in #stalbans! What better way to celebrate the longer evenings than to come and listen to some amazing FREE #folk music?!?! Unfortunately @nickbyrneuk has had to pull out due to a shoulder injury - we all wish him a speedy recovery! However superstar #ElyeCuthbertson is stepping in and we welcome back the very talented @lizzyhardinghammusic as well as some new additions including @littlegiddingmusic & @ihudson_music! It’s going to be a great evening so get yourself along! 21.03.19. Music starts at 8pm!
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Not long now until our second ‘Folk Fantastic’ night at @thepeacockbarandkitchen in #stalbans! What better way to celebrate the longer evenings than to come and listen to some amazing FREE #folk music?!?! Unfortunately @nickbyrneuk has had to pull out due to a shoulder injury - we all wish him a speedy recovery! However superstar #ElyeCuthbertson is stepping in and we welcome back the very talented @lizzyhardinghammusic as well as some new additions including @littlegiddingmusic & @ihudson_music! It’s going to be a great evening so get yourself along! 21.03.19. Music starts at 8pm!
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**FIGHTING COCKS SUMMER MUSIC FESTIVAL - IN ASSOCIATION WITH EMPTY EVENTS! ** It's finally here, the moment we've all been waiting for! Join us on Saturday the 25th of May, where we are taking over the garden of @yofc__ and putting on our FIRST summer music festival, in front of a 500 capacity crowd! 
Its's completely FREE entry, so make sure you head down early to avoid the queues! :D 
Line up to be announced in the coming weeks, keep your eyes peeled for updates...!
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**FIGHTING COCKS SUMMER MUSIC FESTIVAL - IN ASSOCIATION WITH EMPTY EVENTS! ** It's finally here, the moment we've all been waiting for! Join us on Saturday the 25th of May, where we are taking over the garden of @yofc__ and putting on our FIRST summer music festival, in front of a 500 capacity crowd!
Its's completely FREE entry, so make sure you head down early to avoid the queues! :D
Line up to be announced in the coming weeks, keep your eyes peeled for updates...!
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When a band has a career that spans across decades, there’s usually a good reason behind it. In the case of Weezer, their longevity has arguably stemmed from the fact that they released two albums early in their career, The Blue Album and Pinkerton, that went on to be major hits and ’90s landscape changers. When a band raises the bar so high so early on, it can be difficult to maintain upward momentum. Yet, Weezer have largely done just that. They established themselves as a beloved band that churned out work that satisfied the public palette. Therefore, anything less than what listeners know they can bring to the table feels like a step backward.
And that feeling is legitimate when it comes to Weezer’s latest release, The Black Album. Weezer strayed further than usual from what is considered to be their traditional sound, incorporating electronic elements, dabbling in light rap, and even devoting an entire song to zombies. While experimentation is not damning by any means, it can be if it results in an overall loss of quality — something that The Black Album serves as a cautionary tale of. 
The Black Album contains moments where instrumentation and vocal performance truly shine through, and this is perhaps best exemplified within “High as a Kite." With its soft ambiance and introspective narrative, the track serves as a rich oasis amidst an album that can otherwise feel challenging to digest. Unlike other tracks on The Black Album, where it appears that some semblance of rap is being attempted, “High as a Kite” is a reminder of the strong voice that Rivers Cuomo has always had and how well-suited it is for conquering long, full melodies.
What detracts from Cuomo’s vocal performance and even some promising compositions are bizarre lyrical choices that nearly every track falls victim to in one way or another. It’s out of character for a band that have proven themselves capable of writing lyrics several echelons beyond where they’ve landed with The Black Album. 
Their decision to undertake a pop/electronic hybrid sound on The Black Album was intentional, and there’s nothing wrong with that. However, innovation never has to come at the expense of good songwriting.

When a band has a career that spans across decades, there’s usually a good reason behind it. In the case of Weezer, their longevity has arguably stemmed from the fact that they released two albums early in their career, The Blue Album and Pinkerton, that went on to be major hits and ’90s landscape changers. When a band raises the bar so high so early on, it can be difficult to maintain upward momentum. Yet, Weezer have largely done just that. They established themselves as a beloved band that churned out work that satisfied the public palette. Therefore, anything less than what listeners know they can bring to the table feels like a step backward.
And that feeling is legitimate when it comes to Weezer’s latest release, The Black Album. Weezer strayed further than usual from what is considered to be their traditional sound, incorporating electronic elements, dabbling in light rap, and even devoting an entire song to zombies. While experimentation is not damning by any means, it can be if it results in an overall loss of quality — something that The Black Album serves as a cautionary tale of.
The Black Album contains moments where instrumentation and vocal performance truly shine through, and this is perhaps best exemplified within “High as a Kite." With its soft ambiance and introspective narrative, the track serves as a rich oasis amidst an album that can otherwise feel challenging to digest. Unlike other tracks on The Black Album, where it appears that some semblance of rap is being attempted, “High as a Kite” is a reminder of the strong voice that Rivers Cuomo has always had and how well-suited it is for conquering long, full melodies.
What detracts from Cuomo’s vocal performance and even some promising compositions are bizarre lyrical choices that nearly every track falls victim to in one way or another. It’s out of character for a band that have proven themselves capable of writing lyrics several echelons beyond where they’ve landed with The Black Album.
Their decision to undertake a pop/electronic hybrid sound on The Black Album was intentional, and there’s nothing wrong with that. However, innovation never has to come at the expense of good songwriting.

Avril Lavigne is desperate for credibility, and wants so badly to attain musical maturity that her latest offering screams "take me seriously." The problem is, it’s more than just elongated choral harmonies, grayscale nudity obscured by classical instruments, and shoehorned lyrics about birdies flying away. It’s an organic process that listeners can relate to and understand, and despite Lavigne’s markedly improved vocals, Head Above Water unfortunately proves to be the poster child for decent albums that are ruined by insultingly basic lyrics.
Case in point: "Tell Me It’s Over" actually possesses a fantastic melody, and then we’re met with this chorus: “Tell me it's over, if it's really over / 'Cause it don't feel like it's over whenever you're closing the door / So tell me it's over if it's really over / 'Cause every time you come over it doesn't feel over no more / So tell me it's over.” If you counted the number of times she used the word “over” in that passage, you’re not the only one. Mind-numbing repetition is par for mainstream radio, but even by the lowest of standards, these lyrics still fail. If that song was the worst offender, it’d be much easier to dismiss it and embrace the album’s tuneful inclinations – but it gets much worse.
Often, Head Above Water is plagued by simpleton lyrics. We’re graced with the third grade poetry of "Birdie" (“Like a bird locked up in a cage…how can I escape this place and go highe”), as well as the clichés of "Love Me Insane" (“You pick up all of the pieces and put 'em back again, you stitch and sew my heart up”). Lyrics do matter, even in pop music, as much as we all sometimes like to pretend that they don’t.
The hardest pill to swallow is that for the most part, there’s nothing wrong with the music here. It’s predictable, enjoyable pop with more than its share of hooks. However, the whole “maturity” shtick feels entirely disingenuous when Lavigne can’t muster anything better than this drivel and continues to relapse by agreeing to allow songs as abhorrently juvenile as "Dumb Blonde" to appear on her records. Avril’s fans deserve better. These slightly above average hooks/melodies deserve better. So tell me it’s over.

Avril Lavigne is desperate for credibility, and wants so badly to attain musical maturity that her latest offering screams "take me seriously." The problem is, it’s more than just elongated choral harmonies, grayscale nudity obscured by classical instruments, and shoehorned lyrics about birdies flying away. It’s an organic process that listeners can relate to and understand, and despite Lavigne’s markedly improved vocals, Head Above Water unfortunately proves to be the poster child for decent albums that are ruined by insultingly basic lyrics.
Case in point: "Tell Me It’s Over" actually possesses a fantastic melody, and then we’re met with this chorus: “Tell me it's over, if it's really over / 'Cause it don't feel like it's over whenever you're closing the door / So tell me it's over if it's really over / 'Cause every time you come over it doesn't feel over no more / So tell me it's over.” If you counted the number of times she used the word “over” in that passage, you’re not the only one. Mind-numbing repetition is par for mainstream radio, but even by the lowest of standards, these lyrics still fail. If that song was the worst offender, it’d be much easier to dismiss it and embrace the album’s tuneful inclinations – but it gets much worse.
Often, Head Above Water is plagued by simpleton lyrics. We’re graced with the third grade poetry of "Birdie" (“Like a bird locked up in a cage…how can I escape this place and go highe”), as well as the clichés of "Love Me Insane" (“You pick up all of the pieces and put 'em back again, you stitch and sew my heart up”). Lyrics do matter, even in pop music, as much as we all sometimes like to pretend that they don’t.
The hardest pill to swallow is that for the most part, there’s nothing wrong with the music here. It’s predictable, enjoyable pop with more than its share of hooks. However, the whole “maturity” shtick feels entirely disingenuous when Lavigne can’t muster anything better than this drivel and continues to relapse by agreeing to allow songs as abhorrently juvenile as "Dumb Blonde" to appear on her records. Avril’s fans deserve better. These slightly above average hooks/melodies deserve better. So tell me it’s over.

Gary Clark Jr. was born in the wrong era. In the 1960s or ’70s, he could easily have forged a career as a first-rank guitar hero: a Texan blues-rocker who can step on any stage and bring the place down with a searing guitar solo.
In 2019, with This Land, the Austin guitarist and songwriter captures the essence of a bygone era.Through his fluid interactions with accompanying musicians, the artist illuminates another vivid set of original songs like “What About Us,” often including co-producer Jacob Sciba. But working with the latter at Arlyn Studios in Texas, Clark was also wise to regularly enlist the rhythm section of bassist Mike Elizondo and drummer Brannen Temple, in addition to guests such as Sheila E. on percussion. Notable too, as a acknowledgment of Gary’s roots, the appropriate songwriting references populate the credits, in the Woody Guthrie and Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings on the title tune, blues icon Elmore James on “Don’t Wait Til Tomorrow” plus r&b saxophone colossus King Curtis on “Home Cookin’.”
It’s an effective blend superior to earlier attempts at versatility, during the aforementioned “What About Us,” comparable to the absorption of musical elements present on previous efforts. And during the r&b-drenched “I’ve Got My Eyes On You,” the falsetto vocal chants so reminiscent of Prince as well as Curtis Mayfield only slightly camouflage the heavy riffing and a series of wailing guitar crescendos that drives home the impact of those emotive lead vocals.
The edgy Chuck Berry guitar at the heart of “Gotta Get Into Something” is indicative of Clark’s correct prioritizing of the range of musical components on This Land. Gritty horns on “Gotta Get Up” that turns jaunty on “Feed the Babies,” arrangements that might sound repetitive over the course of the album if it were not for the presence of the other players who bring a distinctly human feel, a/k/a swing, to the proceedings. It is then, at just the right time, the man chooses to emphasize the acoustic elements at which he excels: with an abbreviated cut called “The Governor,” in combination with “Dirty Dishes Blues,” Gary Clark Jr. finishes this album with a flourish.

Gary Clark Jr. was born in the wrong era. In the 1960s or ’70s, he could easily have forged a career as a first-rank guitar hero: a Texan blues-rocker who can step on any stage and bring the place down with a searing guitar solo.
In 2019, with This Land, the Austin guitarist and songwriter captures the essence of a bygone era.Through his fluid interactions with accompanying musicians, the artist illuminates another vivid set of original songs like “What About Us,” often including co-producer Jacob Sciba. But working with the latter at Arlyn Studios in Texas, Clark was also wise to regularly enlist the rhythm section of bassist Mike Elizondo and drummer Brannen Temple, in addition to guests such as Sheila E. on percussion. Notable too, as a acknowledgment of Gary’s roots, the appropriate songwriting references populate the credits, in the Woody Guthrie and Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings on the title tune, blues icon Elmore James on “Don’t Wait Til Tomorrow” plus r&b saxophone colossus King Curtis on “Home Cookin’.”
It’s an effective blend superior to earlier attempts at versatility, during the aforementioned “What About Us,” comparable to the absorption of musical elements present on previous efforts. And during the r&b-drenched “I’ve Got My Eyes On You,” the falsetto vocal chants so reminiscent of Prince as well as Curtis Mayfield only slightly camouflage the heavy riffing and a series of wailing guitar crescendos that drives home the impact of those emotive lead vocals.
The edgy Chuck Berry guitar at the heart of “Gotta Get Into Something” is indicative of Clark’s correct prioritizing of the range of musical components on This Land. Gritty horns on “Gotta Get Up” that turns jaunty on “Feed the Babies,” arrangements that might sound repetitive over the course of the album if it were not for the presence of the other players who bring a distinctly human feel, a/k/a swing, to the proceedings. It is then, at just the right time, the man chooses to emphasize the acoustic elements at which he excels: with an abbreviated cut called “The Governor,” in combination with “Dirty Dishes Blues,” Gary Clark Jr. finishes this album with a flourish.

On “Seventeen," the opening number of her 2015 debut album Know-It-All, the then-19-year-old Alessia Cara sang of wishing she could stop time and savour her teens, with a newfound appreciation arriving a little too late.
Now 22, Cara’s self-written sophomore effort finds her grappling with adult life from the perspective of someone in the midst of it. Thematically, The Pains of Growing depicts a stark departure from the confidence that ran through most of Know-It-All. It's a shift Cara herself addresses on powerful first track “Growing Pains”: “and I’ve always been a go-getter / there’s truth in every word I write / but still the growing pains, growing pains / they’re keeping me up at night”.
For the majority of the album, sadness is the central emotion – and it’s one that seeps through to nearly every song. Cuts like “Not Today” and “I Don’t Want To” even depict this distress as a strange comfort, a constant in her life that Cara can’t quite picture being without. She possesses a latent hope for a future where these times have passed, but it is often disregarded as too distant to inspire real change.
Through it all, however, Cara’s lyricism is sharp and self-aware enough to elevate The Pains of Growing above any strains of monotony. “And I talk in circles / but at least I say what I mean” she sings on “Girl Next Door," while on gorgeous single “A Little More," she tells a partner “I’m sorry that I’ve been emotions galore / am I crazy for wanting a little bit more” – even encouraging others to embrace the full weight of their less convenient emotions on “Easier Said."
On “Trust My Lonely” she flips a lyric from “I’m Yours” (“some nerve you have / to break up my lonely”) to move on from a relationship. Her declaration of “oh my, we’ll be alright!” from “Wild Things” is revisited as a burst of relief on “My Kind” – a sort of follow-up to “Here," in which Cara finds herself in a situation that brings her the joy and comfort she craves. It’s a brief period of bliss on an album that makes no apologies about its struggles, but it’s one of many moments that confirms Cara’s journey is as authentic as it is unpredictable.

On “Seventeen," the opening number of her 2015 debut album Know-It-All, the then-19-year-old Alessia Cara sang of wishing she could stop time and savour her teens, with a newfound appreciation arriving a little too late.
Now 22, Cara’s self-written sophomore effort finds her grappling with adult life from the perspective of someone in the midst of it. Thematically, The Pains of Growing depicts a stark departure from the confidence that ran through most of Know-It-All. It's a shift Cara herself addresses on powerful first track “Growing Pains”: “and I’ve always been a go-getter / there’s truth in every word I write / but still the growing pains, growing pains / they’re keeping me up at night”.
For the majority of the album, sadness is the central emotion – and it’s one that seeps through to nearly every song. Cuts like “Not Today” and “I Don’t Want To” even depict this distress as a strange comfort, a constant in her life that Cara can’t quite picture being without. She possesses a latent hope for a future where these times have passed, but it is often disregarded as too distant to inspire real change.
Through it all, however, Cara’s lyricism is sharp and self-aware enough to elevate The Pains of Growing above any strains of monotony. “And I talk in circles / but at least I say what I mean” she sings on “Girl Next Door," while on gorgeous single “A Little More," she tells a partner “I’m sorry that I’ve been emotions galore / am I crazy for wanting a little bit more” – even encouraging others to embrace the full weight of their less convenient emotions on “Easier Said."
On “Trust My Lonely” she flips a lyric from “I’m Yours” (“some nerve you have / to break up my lonely”) to move on from a relationship. Her declaration of “oh my, we’ll be alright!” from “Wild Things” is revisited as a burst of relief on “My Kind” – a sort of follow-up to “Here," in which Cara finds herself in a situation that brings her the joy and comfort she craves. It’s a brief period of bliss on an album that makes no apologies about its struggles, but it’s one of many moments that confirms Cara’s journey is as authentic as it is unpredictable.

Ariana Grande comes off as a decidedly unsympathetic character throughout her fifth album, Thank U, Next. She fantasizes about her ex while her lover sleeps beside her on “Ghostin,” she picks fights with him for the make-up sex on “Make Up,” and she glibly coaxes a guy into dumping his girlfriend just for kicks on the plainly titled “Break Up with Your Girlfriend, I’m Bored.”
As Grande recently proclaimed, “Life is full trash,” and it’s this willingness to reveal herself warts and all that makes it easy to forgive her various indiscretions. She isn’t afraid to admit that she’s “Needy” and—on the very next track—that she simultaneously requires her personal space.
Thank U, Next is easily Grande’s most sonically consistent effort to date, even if that means some of the album’s sleek R&B tracks tend to blur together. Aside from a wealth of trap beats and finger snaps, the album’s most notable characteristic is the recurring use of orchestral flourishes. The opening track, “Imagine,” is a dreamy midtempo ballad, with Grande pining for an Instagram-perfect romance that comprises sharing sexy baths and pad thai. The song takes a sudden turn in its final third, as it builds to a hypnotic climax filled with cinematic swells and euphoric whistle notes.
That same tactic makes slightly less thematic sense on the reggae-inflected “Bad Idea,” on which Grande espouses the temporarily amnesiac virtues of casual sex. Elsewhere, the use of a sample by the late soul singer Wendy Rene on “Fake Smile” initially smacks of misappropriation, followed as it is by seemingly mindless lines like “Another night, another party, sayin’ hi to everybody.” But by the end, the song reveals itself to be a modern expression of the blues, about a young woman trying to navigate life in an era where privacy is virtually nonexistent. Grande ultimately earns the use of that sample, and it’s her refusal to fake a smile that proves to be what makes her so damn likeable.

Ariana Grande comes off as a decidedly unsympathetic character throughout her fifth album, Thank U, Next. She fantasizes about her ex while her lover sleeps beside her on “Ghostin,” she picks fights with him for the make-up sex on “Make Up,” and she glibly coaxes a guy into dumping his girlfriend just for kicks on the plainly titled “Break Up with Your Girlfriend, I’m Bored.”
As Grande recently proclaimed, “Life is full trash,” and it’s this willingness to reveal herself warts and all that makes it easy to forgive her various indiscretions. She isn’t afraid to admit that she’s “Needy” and—on the very next track—that she simultaneously requires her personal space.
Thank U, Next is easily Grande’s most sonically consistent effort to date, even if that means some of the album’s sleek R&B tracks tend to blur together. Aside from a wealth of trap beats and finger snaps, the album’s most notable characteristic is the recurring use of orchestral flourishes. The opening track, “Imagine,” is a dreamy midtempo ballad, with Grande pining for an Instagram-perfect romance that comprises sharing sexy baths and pad thai. The song takes a sudden turn in its final third, as it builds to a hypnotic climax filled with cinematic swells and euphoric whistle notes.
That same tactic makes slightly less thematic sense on the reggae-inflected “Bad Idea,” on which Grande espouses the temporarily amnesiac virtues of casual sex. Elsewhere, the use of a sample by the late soul singer Wendy Rene on “Fake Smile” initially smacks of misappropriation, followed as it is by seemingly mindless lines like “Another night, another party, sayin’ hi to everybody.” But by the end, the song reveals itself to be a modern expression of the blues, about a young woman trying to navigate life in an era where privacy is virtually nonexistent. Grande ultimately earns the use of that sample, and it’s her refusal to fake a smile that proves to be what makes her so damn likeable.

Betty is everything we could possibly want from a pop record, with massive breakup anthems and romantic, sexually liberated slow-jams, all of which take influence from the 80s and 90s. Although the singles ("Ignore Me," "Taste" and "I Remember") have been bop central, the album tracks are honestly on another level.
The tracks see Betty Who honing her synth-pop sound and taking it to new reflective and fun heights. She’s always experimented with an 80’s influenced sound but this record sees her really diving deeper into that world and not holding back on anything which is what she noticeably did on her last record. This may have something to do with her cutting ties with her major label and going independent again which seems to have been for the best. "Just Thought You Should Know" is a synth ballad that artists like Tiffany would’ve died to release back in their prime. But instead she’s bringing a unique quirkiness to the current state of pop which seems to be driven by over-produced EDM tracks that don’t have the same raw energy and personality that these songs hold. 
The feistier moments occur on "Old Me," an uptempo kiss-off to a shitty ex on which she proclaims: “Here I am I made it through, this is me forgetting you. Now something’s different, I’m feeling like the old me, no you cannot control me.” She channels this fiery attitude on the NSYNC-inspired eleventh track, "The One," which is without-a-doubt the album’s standout moment and obvious pick for next single. “If I’m not the one, good luck finding something better,” Betty sings on the 90s homage. “You better recognise that you’re wasting all my time if I’m not the one.”
It all culminates with the wistful, yet powerful romantic number, "Stop Thinking About You." You know how some albums lose their way after you listen to the singles and whatnot? Nah. Each track could be a single, and we have a feeling this’ll become the next obsession from pop music fanatics. Remember how you felt when you listened to Carly Rae Jepsen’s second album, Emotion? Yeah, this is similar.

Betty is everything we could possibly want from a pop record, with massive breakup anthems and romantic, sexually liberated slow-jams, all of which take influence from the 80s and 90s. Although the singles ("Ignore Me," "Taste" and "I Remember") have been bop central, the album tracks are honestly on another level.
The tracks see Betty Who honing her synth-pop sound and taking it to new reflective and fun heights. She’s always experimented with an 80’s influenced sound but this record sees her really diving deeper into that world and not holding back on anything which is what she noticeably did on her last record. This may have something to do with her cutting ties with her major label and going independent again which seems to have been for the best. "Just Thought You Should Know" is a synth ballad that artists like Tiffany would’ve died to release back in their prime. But instead she’s bringing a unique quirkiness to the current state of pop which seems to be driven by over-produced EDM tracks that don’t have the same raw energy and personality that these songs hold.
The feistier moments occur on "Old Me," an uptempo kiss-off to a shitty ex on which she proclaims: “Here I am I made it through, this is me forgetting you. Now something’s different, I’m feeling like the old me, no you cannot control me.” She channels this fiery attitude on the NSYNC-inspired eleventh track, "The One," which is without-a-doubt the album’s standout moment and obvious pick for next single. “If I’m not the one, good luck finding something better,” Betty sings on the 90s homage. “You better recognise that you’re wasting all my time if I’m not the one.”
It all culminates with the wistful, yet powerful romantic number, "Stop Thinking About You." You know how some albums lose their way after you listen to the singles and whatnot? Nah. Each track could be a single, and we have a feeling this’ll become the next obsession from pop music fanatics. Remember how you felt when you listened to Carly Rae Jepsen’s second album, Emotion? Yeah, this is similar.

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#MusicIcon • TUPAC • “Non dico che cambierò il mondo, ma garantisco che accenderò una #scintilla nella mente di chi cambierà il mondo.” Aveva la rivoluzione nel sangue Lesane Parish Crooks, ribattezzato #Tupac in onore del leader del popolo inca che nel Settecento organizzò la rivolta degli indigeni peruviani contro i colonizzatori spagnoli. Esponente principale del #rap della #WestCoast degli anni ‘90, #2Pac si è distinto per la musicalità dei testi e la passione per la letteratura (in particolare per Shakespeare e Edgar Allan Poe) con cui ha portato il gangsta-rap a un livello mainstream. • “I'm not saying I'm gonna change the world, but I guarantee that I will spark the brain that will change the world.” Leading exponent from the 1990s West Coast rap scene, #TupacShakur was able to bring the gangsta rap from #underground to mainstream distinguishing itself for the musicality of the lyrics and introducing social criticism within the genre. (Photo by Eduardo Kobra)

#MusicIcon • TUPAC • “Non dico che cambierò il mondo, ma garantisco che accenderò una #scintilla nella mente di chi cambierà il mondo.” Aveva la rivoluzione nel sangue Lesane Parish Crooks, ribattezzato #Tupac in onore del leader del popolo inca che nel Settecento organizzò la rivolta degli indigeni peruviani contro i colonizzatori spagnoli. Esponente principale del #rap della #WestCoast degli anni ‘90, #2Pac si è distinto per la musicalità dei testi e la passione per la letteratura (in particolare per Shakespeare e Edgar Allan Poe) con cui ha portato il gangsta-rap a un livello mainstream. • “I'm not saying I'm gonna change the world, but I guarantee that I will spark the brain that will change the world.” Leading exponent from the 1990s West Coast rap scene, #TupacShakur was able to bring the gangsta rap from #underground to mainstream distinguishing itself for the musicality of the lyrics and introducing social criticism within the genre. (Photo by Eduardo Kobra)

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