freshest jazz hip-hop instrumental I’ve heard in awhile
“Earlier this year, I found my past home movies. I started watching them & reminiscing. It inspired me to create this song. Cherish every moment with your family! The sound is also inspired by Nujabes & Uyama Hiroto music.”
Over this past week, Jack’s been thoroughly judged and defended. Just as Jack sings in the song “Do”, fans and idolisers are all so vulnerable when they look up to the person or persons of their interest and ultimately are left devastated when they “fade away”. Critics and defenders of Jack or any…
Letting go, not looking back…these are the actions that ultimately cleanses the whole self and not just the self you know of but the self in the eyes of others. The release onto a new direction or the escape from a burden that tethered you down on a path that you strove to endure, the unfettered feeling of it all shows a brisk step, strong breath and solid mind as the unknown is embraced for it is yours. mine and ours to cherish.
A track I composed for uni class. I nod to Nujabes and Fat Jon. I adore their brand of lyric-less “alternative” hip hop. It stirs within moments that transform the mundane scenery into something tangible for the whirring mind.
Just a quick idea and liked the sound of it so fleshed it out a bit more. I do not understand why but I was thinking of Pharell Williams and Jay-Z even though I don’t listen to their music or enjoy their character but for someone…I was.
I attempted at creating something that they might get their rocks off if they heard a new beat, so to speak.
I don’t have the voice for this but if someone wants to slide a vocal track on this, give me a yell and I’ll put up the wav files of this on dropbox or some platform to share from.
I introduce to you a stirring and thunderous song drenched with reverb, feedback, overdriven overdriven sounds that emanates the chaos of a man’s heart in turmoil yearning for the calm, soft and warm bosom of his loved one.
I don’t know what it is about this song but it makes me all romantic-like.
I adore this track because of its contrasting nature. Paired with a innocent, child-like singing from Meg which only consists of La’s, with the full swing of The White Stripes raw power coming into play, this song is dynamic and a musical montage that is relentless. The sinister nature of the lyrics also bring about another dimension of juxtaposition.