Originally posted on Through my Eyes:
With recent events with rain, thunderstorm, and a spread of tornadoes all over in Texas. Tragic events seen in various parts of Texas and across the world. I realized that gloomy day may face our path and I dare to take a step further to say not only would we face gloomy days but face gloomy days on an emotional level. Just like rain may seem gloomy we can see that there are benefits of rain on the gloomiest day. Rain can give you a free car wash, wet your plants, water for the animals, assist in cleaning the roads, and like always a rainbow at the end of the storm to demonstrate that the storm has finished. Though we might think/feel, that our day may be filled with gloomy storms. We have to see the benefits of the rain. My prayers for those suffering because of their gloomy days. The following picture is a representation…
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Originally posted on Confessions of a Villager:
The Weeknd eh? The band like, you’ve heard of them? The guy with the mad hairstyle and silky smooth vocals? No? Sings constantly in graphic detail about sex? Yes, that guy!
I only just realised that it probably isn’t appropriate to be playing this band’s music on blast in front of my 88 year old Granny, she’s hip no doubt, but even she asked me WTF I was listening to. Tactically turning down the volume when it gets really explicit is certainly draining and also fills me with shame because real fans would be like, “how dare you disrespect this lyrical genius yo” (That’s how imagine they would berate me in my head, so many yo’s).
The words in the songs are so bloody catchy though, but I seriously feel like God is judging us all silently, waiting to strike us down with hours of uninterrupted Taylor Swift…
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Originally posted on AllHipHop:
MTV’s Rob Markman sat down with OVO artist PARTYNEXTDOOR. The young singer/songwriter talked about his work with Drake and how he gets into the process of recording. From engineering his own work so he doesn’t have to wait for an engineer to do anything.
Originally posted on WPGC - 95.5:
Drake’slyrics are malleable. He flips them around when he needs to, interspersing new nouns concepts to account for geographical and cultural flux. Hissongs are changing palettes.
Case in point: two days ago at his Houston concert, Drake changed the lyrics of his song “Madonna” to be abouthis rumored past (and now maybe present?) flame,Rihanna.
Could this be part of the aftermath of his infamous kiss with Madonna at Coachella? Couldhe be once again involved with the Barbadian singer, towhom hissong “Days in the East” is supposedly an ode? What willChris Brownhave to say about it?
Drake offeredanother glimpse at something he’s changing.
Originally posted on the cola:
James Harden went to a Drake concert over the weekend in Houston, then he went out and dropped 45 points on Golden State in Game 4 and extended the all-but-done Western Conference Finals series. Then the rains came and flooded Houston to the edge of catastrophe…..coincidence?
This is the most positive press Drake has EVER had, I think he needs James Harden more than James Harden needs Drake.