So...Fresh's new tune with Dizzee Rascal...

Apr 6, 2012

  1. Phet

    1,220 posts
    Since Aug 9, 2001
    ...Just kinda curious what the dogs think.

  2. DjTiesticles Northern and proud

    8,772 posts
    Since Apr 3, 2006
    I can see that getting to number 1 as well

    He's like a modern day Stock Aitken Waterman
  3. Robbo Delicious

    Robbo Delicious
    23,397 posts
    Since Apr 12, 2006
    Every pop song these days seems to be about "partying".
  4. weedsmoker53

    3,744 posts
    Since Aug 27, 2010
    You have to be having fun, they are watching the look on your face. :melody:
  5. deviant methods [dnr]

    deviant methods
    1,197 posts
    Since Aug 14, 2003
    I'm glad that doesn't come on the radio in the US.
  6. LIALD2k8 Mild Green

    2,161 posts
    Since Nov 18, 2008
    what's with the triforce
  7. MegaJon

    2,285 posts
    Since May 21, 2010
    Dizzee has done much memorable partying songs in the past. In my mind there is a fine line between effortlessly and unashamedly making generic party music and trying a bit too hard to force it. LMFAO is one side of that line and this is the other.
  8. sleevles

    4,021 posts
    Since Mar 2, 2004
    i like it :slayer:
  9. ocelot put stazi

    34,056 posts
    Since Dec 27, 2005
    I think it's aimed at a younger generation chaps.
  10. vertex

    8,513 posts
    Since Aug 13, 2001
    fresh can do no wrong, massive tune :slayer:
  11. luthatron \o/ ♫♪♫♩♬♭♫♪♫♩♬♭♫♪♫♩♬♭ \o/

    46,173 posts
    Since Feb 3, 2004
    i assume this song will be popular so i will pretend i like it.
  12. Stu Diablo Bonjour les belles dames

    Stu Diablo
    7,977 posts
    Since Jul 3, 2009
    Not my cup of tea but say what you want about Dan if this is rocking it for the masses he is getting paid.
    It will sale because of the names behind it, the right marketing and you can make money from anything, this track has everything.
  13. Phet

    1,220 posts
    Since Aug 9, 2001
    It's pretty much this for me too, I personally don't like it but I liked him back in Absolute Zero - Bad Company days and I'll eternally respect him for the work he did round then. This is aimed at a completely different audience to what they were, he's done pretty much all he can do in the D&B scene, time to make some cash.
  14. ewan_kerr

    5,928 posts
    Since Nov 4, 2006
    that is truly awful :smashed:
  15. mr candy

    mr candy
    580 posts
    Since Nov 24, 2010
    probably his best tune since 'nine'
  16. Andydextruss Something

    12,159 posts
    Since Feb 17, 2004
    Far too cliché for me, I like Fresh (even his recent stuff to a certain extent) and Dizzee is great but this is aiming far too low. He/they could quite easily appeal to the younger masses but still have some form of depth to it, Dizzee has done it countless times before and Fresh is capable of massively popular stuff that still sounds heavy.
  17. MrWoggles

    2,788 posts
    Since Jun 21, 2009
    Feels good doesn't? Knowing that the lives of all those people you can't help but hate on TV are just as vapid now as they were before. They're singing about partying because that is what they do, that is who they are now. Pretty faces, ad-revenue, brands etc.. Not really musicians in the traditional sense.

    That said I like both fresh and rascal, this track was mediocre at best and if I heard it out the thought of leaving the room would probably cross my mind but then I wouldn't because i'd think the track was ok..
  18. freeradical8 Unregistered User Staff Member

    4,638 posts
    Since Jun 27, 2009
    not as bad as 'hot right now' not as good as 'golddust'
  19. ROKONE Rum ###

    15,816 posts
    Since Jan 25, 2005
    nowhere near as good as the nine imo.
  20. richard gere not actually my name

    richard gere
    7,746 posts
    Since Mar 27, 2002
    all those young people partying having fun eh? damn them :teeth:
    not really too sure what you mean about the vapid nature of it all ,no integrity? its commercial party music which is a soundtrack to people getting fucked on alcohol and drugs ,that kind of music always been shallow. it doesn't need to have integrity and neither does any of the people making it.

    imo it's not too bad in terms of commercial type tunes, i've certainly heard a lot worse.
  21. Nicky J numpty

    Nicky J
    2,634 posts
    Since Dec 9, 2001
    Not exactly the greatest thing ever, but no where near as bad as adam f's latest effort:


  22. RS145

    2,149 posts
    Since Aug 28, 2008
    fucking lol at the adam f tune
  23. LIALD2k8 Mild Green

    2,161 posts
    Since Nov 18, 2008
  24. radjew

    8,219 posts
    Since Jul 7, 2001
    Bag o shite. Party on your weekly benefit of 40-50 quid. Have fun.
  25. SouthBound

    4,738 posts
    Since Oct 22, 2005
    "Is there money in my pocket, you ain't gotta ask."

    I'm pretty sure that's the case for 100% out in the club district anywhere in the world Dizzee. Bare shit lyrics.
  26. Lunat

    580 posts
    Since Apr 9, 2007
    Almost as cool as LMFAO.
  27. Tube Jerk

    Tube Jerk
    2,374 posts
    Since Dec 17, 2003
    advertising and marketing or art and music.
    you decide...
  28. CyanideDNB ___Tru Playa___

    105 posts
    Since Sep 2, 2005
    HENCH tune :slayer::slayer::slayer:
  29. Commander

    3,658 posts
    Since Jul 24, 2002
    Exactly what I was going to say. The guy is a legend and deserves this success & to make as much money as he can for all he has done. One of the best producers of all time.
  30. falsename

    5,538 posts
    Since Oct 16, 2010
    That will take a while to grow on me, only just heard it but I'm sure after hearing it time and time again I'll end up liking it.

    It's a bit like fashion, maybe chinos are a great example, you think,'fuck you look like dicks in them creased up things', then after seeing them everywhere for the past few months you find yourself buying them and thinking they're cool.