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Apr 1, 2012
I like how its a bit minimal.
Think this was produced by Diplo
who's diplo? educate me.
Not feeling his performance. His singing went okay around 3:00, but most of the time I was wishing he'd keep quiet. I don't think I've ever liked an usher tune though.
well most of his tunes reeks of poser so can't blame you for the negativity. This tune is top though, but that's my opinion which equals to fuck all.
Pretty big/popular producer. He's made tracks with Tiesto etc.
Although he got a lot of stick from everyone that watches Boiler Room, because he played brostep for the majority of his set.
But yeah, looks like he will probably continue to produce tunes for Pop Artists, just like Erick Morillo, who used to be one of the biggest names in house (apparently? Im not in to house but this is just what I've heard) to now producing for Alexandra Burke.
The Weeknd anyone?
He's a pretty solid DJ/producer who runs a top-notch record label.
Ahhh Fizzik beat me!
hmm now that you say it..
fuck sake, usher might be a great singer but it does my head in how these producers get no recognition.
top marks to diplo.
I expect falsename's daughter has better taste in music
Not really a fan of Usher either, but I think this is pretty good! No doubt it'll be rinsed by the radio then become stale, but what can you do
i liked it. reminded me of the weeknd too. love this recent rnb sound. hope it spells the end of the guetta type collabs but doubt it:twothumbs
Not sure about vocals but the beats
Thats what I've heard :laughing:
I know nothing about house though so i dunno if its true or not
beat is good but not sure about the US rapping over dance music, sounds wrong just like brits rapping over yank hiphop
The mixtape Diplo did for MIA was sick, the one that starts off with Galangaton -> Galang
Diplo tune above sounds the soundtrack for a kids bubble bath advert
The Weekend responded to this tune on twitter minutes after it was released. I think it's derivative as well.
I'm still loving this tune, usher out done himself, top tune!
'don't want to give in,so we both gave up'
i love the track, that and the-dream one
I love the track too, but Usher's been too much of a bandwagon hopper his last couple of albums. The-Dream on the other hand has been at the top of my list since his second album.
I felt the same way. I was like they're doing it wrong. It was like everyone in the UK back in the day would of sampled Wu Tang or Meth & Red if they recorded themselves taking a shit.