The holiday season is taking place right now, making it the perfect time to lounge around the Christmas tree and listen to some R&B vibes. The Weeknd’s track “Die For You” is a release from his 2016 album “Starboy”…
Daniel Caesar, one of the most promising up-in-coming R&B/Soul artists at the moment, puts his own spin on Kanye West’s Street Lights off of his 5th album, 808s & Heartbreaks.
“No Land’in sesleri yaşam gibi akıcıdır. katılıktan uzak; su gibi akışkandır. çalgılar saygıyla donanmıştır, yerli yerinde kullanılmış, kimse kimseyi bastırmamış, ezmemiş, ötekileştirmemiştir. belki de bu yersiz yurtsuzluğa No Landçe bir yanıttır.”
To me, this song captures the essence of the seventies. It’s whimsical, magical, ethereal, groovy, light/dark, cold/warm. The Wurlitzer electric piano that’s used throughout the song gives it a jovial, yet melancholy feel. The song sounds like a carnival rag dipped in teardrops.
This song is the perfect playlist starter. It starts with a cymbal and little by little drums fade in and trumpets giving no clue of what to expect from the song. There you get the attention of the listener.