Here’s Why DaBaby’s Songs Sound The Same | Genius News

Here’s Why DaBaby’s Songs Sound The Same | Genius News


DELISA: Charlotte, North Carolina rapper Dababy’s braggadocious flow has scored him a Billboard
Hot 100 top 10 hit in “Suge” and a no.1 album on the Billboard 200, solidifying his
entry into the mainstream. But it’s really his video game like beats
and comical flow that’s grabbing people’s attention. DELISA: DaBaby knows what it takes to make
a hit. Tracks like “21,” “Suge,” “Goin
Baby,” and “BOP” all feature heavy 808s laid down by South Carolina producer Jetsonmade
– something he told us is a regional connection. JETSON: When he puts his sound, and puts it with what I do on the beats, it’s a whole
new sound. DELISA: Drums make Jetson’s sound so singular – and the fans have definitely noticed. JETSON: That’s like one of my signature things, like in every one of my beats, I switch
up the 808. I just like to give it different sauce. JETSON: I meant to do that. I want to do that. I want you to be in a mood when you listen to my music. I’m doing me forever. If it sound the same, it sound the same. DELISA: That sauce allows DaBaby to flow freely on the track and showcase his North Carolina
roots. JETSON: I’ma give some jolly type beats to a person who gon rap trap. I feel like that’s the Carolina sound. It’s just perfect. It’s a perfect blend. DELISA: And while fans think the songs sound similar, DaBaby’s flow definitely isn’t. JASPER: It’s crazy. It’s actually more complicated than we think. DELISA: That’s Jasper Lee Harris, one of the producers on “VIBEZ.” He spoke with Genius News to break down the
track and the foundation for DaBaby’s flow. JASPER: Jetson’s 808s… so he’s holding down the regular meter, right? One, two, three, one, two, three, four. JASPER: But my thing is one, two, three, one, two, three, four, five. JASPER: So it’s the juxtaposition of those two things that make it such a sort of attention-grabby
concept. DELISA: The way DaBaby settles into his flow
on tracks like these is why Jetson and Jasper think it works. JASPER: He’s making it part of his signature
sound, which I think is really cool. [JETSON] That was just an automatic jiggy. DELISA: That off-kilter sound allows DaBaby to do what he does best — attack the beat. JASPER: He has all these pregnant pauses in his music where it’s like, you know, there’s
a breath and then he’s in. Right? And it’s sort of flipping the whole drop concept
on its head. DELISA: Another way DaBaby sets himself apart is his take on the triplet flow. The flow itself isn’t new, pioneered by
fellow southern artist Three Six Mafia and later used by the Migos, but Jasper explains,
that paired with the intricate beats, DaBaby’s triplet becomes unique. JASPER: He’s rapping in subdivisions or groups of three and six and 12, which is a play off
the three-three-two, or the three-five, you know what I mean? JASPER: So there’s all this interplay that’s happening that totally goes over the listener’s
head. DELISA: That rhyming pattern made him the
go-to collaborator for a number of summer tracks like Megan Thee Stalllion’s “Cash
Shit,” Chance The Rapper’s “Hot Shower” and his verse on Dreamville’s “Under The
Sun.” DELISA: So far DaBaby has had a massive 2019
and it’s clear that his sound and his confidence are helping him pave his own lane in the game. DABABY: Goin baby is just doing anything exceedingly
well. That’s just what I stood on even before doing music. Like, anything I would do like, I wanna do
it better than anybody. DELISA: I’m Delisa with Genius News bringing
you the meaning and the knowledge behind the music.

645AR “4 Da Trap” Official Lyrics & Meaning | Verified

645AR “4 Da Trap” Official Lyrics & Meaning | Verified


– I do the squeaky
voice but nothing sweet. A lot of people, they
think it’s like funny, but like, you know, with
me, it’s feelin’ in it. You know, like, there’s
a lot of emotion in it. Like, when I go high, just stuff that’s really goin’ on like
out here in the streets. So you know, I just, I
just want like people to feel what I’m going through. So, I was in the studio
with my boy Tony Snow and we made this song called Crack. And I was just playin’ around. I was like, tryin’ to do some commercials so, I did like the high pitched, not even curse in the song and then that’s just how it started. The song was produced by David Morris, Backwoods and SenseiATL. Me and Sensai go way back like Sensai’s my go to guy so that’s that. And then, like, David and Backwoods, that’s just where we was at that day. So like, we ended up all working. I was just tryin’ to get them familiar with my new sound ’cause, like, I did the squeaky like, I dropped a project and it was like just me rappin’, so I was tryin’ to get them familiar
with this new singin’. So I dropped like two songs and then like 4 Da Trap was the second one. And then it just took off every since. So I grew up in the Bronx. And I would stand on Jackson Ave. It was 2006, one time
I was goin’ to school and there was just a body in the lobby, like it was sittin’
there for like a while. So my mom saw it and was just like, it’s time to get up outta here. So then we moved to Florida, so, I was, I was movin’ around a lot ’cause I was in Florida
for like couple months. Then I moved to Atlanta. It reminds me of who I am so I remember those days, those hard times made me who I am. You know, in the ‘hood man, like you just want respect like, man you gotta go get you stat. Whether it’s a check,
you know, it’s a body or just, you know, something like, you want respect you gotta go get you a statistic, so. When I say three dicks on me ya ho know where one at, ’cause you know, I really move around, don’t be down, so it’s like, you know, two of those and then ya ho know
where the other one at. You feel me? It’s just stampin’ it, you know, just a lot of people just
laughin’ and like jokes, you know, and I really
made a check off a voice for my niggas in the trap, so, you know, I’m just happy to say that. People wasn’t showin’ love but you know, I never cared ’cause I
always stuck to my plan. I had the task that I was tryin’ to reach so I was just locked in so, like, all the outside noise, it didn’t bother me, it never did, that’s what it comes with, you know? Be careful what you wish for. I do not bang. I am not a gang member. I just love the money. So, you know, imma get the money. And I don’t know about anything else. You know a Glick, a Glick is a controller. Man, I get the cheese behind the rat. I could never rat. I would never, you know,
that’s just not in me. That chose that lifestyle
and now they’re rattin’ so you a rat. A pedestrian didn’t choose that lifestyle. I’m workin’ on like my like, my new sound. So, I been thinkin’ about puttin’ a little project together, a little R&B project. It’s probably not gonna be like all in the same like squeaky voice. I’m tryin’ to have a balance. It’s probably gonna be some songs in like, a regular voice. Some songs with the tune. Some songs just me rappin’. Like, mad balance.

simon & garfunkel -sound of silence lyrics

simon & garfunkel -sound of silence lyrics


Hello darkness, my old friend
I’ve come to talk with you again Because a vision softly creeping
Left its seeds while I was sleeping And the vision that was planted in my brain
Still remains Within the sound of silence In restless dreams I walked alone
Narrow streets of cobblestone ‘Neath the halo of a street lamp
I turn my collar to the cold and damp When my eyes were stabbed by the flash of
a neon light That split the night
And touched the sound of silence And in the naked light I saw
Ten thousand people maybe more People talking without speaking
People hearing without listening People writing songs that voices never shared
No one dared Disturb the sound of silence “Fools,” said I, “you do not know
Silence like a cancer grows Hear my words that I might teach you
Take my arms that I might reach you” But my words like silent raindrops fell
And echoed in the wells of silence And the people bowed and prayed
To the neon god they made And the sign flashed out its warning
In the words that it was forming And the sign said “The words of the prophets
are written on the subway walls And tenement halls
And whispered in the sound of silence

Disturbed – The Sound Of Silence (Lyrics)

Disturbed – The Sound Of Silence (Lyrics)


Hello darkness, my old friend
I’ve come to talk with you again Because a vision softly creeping
Left its seeds while I was sleeping And the vision that was planted in my brain, Still remains
Within the sound of silence In restless dreams I walked alone
Narrow streets of cobblestone ‘Neath the halo of a street lamp
I turned my collar to the cold and damp When my eyes were stabbed by
The flash of a neon light That split the night
And touched the sound of silence And in the naked light I saw
Ten thousand people, maybe more People talking without speaking
People hearing without listening People writing songs that voices never share
And no one dared, Disturb the sound of silence “Fools”, said I, “You do not know
Silence like a cancer grows Hear my words that I might teach you
Take my arms that I might reach you” But my words, like silent raindrops fell
And echoed in the wells of silence And the people bowed and prayed
To the neon god they made And the sign flashed out its warning
In the words that it was forming And the sign said: “The words of the prophets are Written on the subway walls And tenement halls
And whispered in the sound of silence.”

BHAD BHABIE – “Mama Don’t Worry (Still Ain’t Dirty)” (Official Music Video) | Danielle Bregoli

BHAD BHABIE – “Mama Don’t Worry (Still Ain’t Dirty)” (Official Music Video) | Danielle Bregoli


I was out there on the hustle I know You remember me No more sleepin’ on the floor I got some money finally Mama don’t worry, mama don’t worry I did all this dirt and still ain’t dirty Did all this dirt and still ain’t dirty (Still ain’t dirty) Baby I’m outchea so don’t worry (So don’t worry) I’m in da field without no jersey (Without no jersey) Did all this dirt and still ain’t dirty Did all this dirt and still ain’t dirty (Still ain’t dirty) I came through popped up on the first day (On the first day) She say she love me cause I’m worthy (Cause I’m worthy) I did all this dirt and still ain’t dirty 11 years old I was sittin’ on the block Yeah my family had a little So I hid it in my sock Sold them pills like they was skittles Yeah I always made a lot I was always dodgin’ 12, Putting work in off the clock Almost got cuffed It was too much It was a lot of drama (A lot of drama) It was da streets That rais-ing me Had to be dad and mama I was young Head strong Wasn’t lettin’ up Disrespectful my demeanor Didn’t know who to trust Now my mama straight I ain’t gotta’ push no weight I came from the dirt (From the dirt) Now I’m living great (Living great) Said I wasn’t gone make it Look they hard they hat-ed We never had enough And now the bank we break it (We break it bitch) Did all this dirt and still ain’t dirty (Still ain’t dirty) Baby I’m outchea so don’t worry (So don’t worry) I’m in da field without no jersey (Without no jersey) Did all this dirt and still ain’t dirty Did all this dirt and still ain’t dirty (Still ain’t dirty) I came through popped up on the first day (On the first day) She say she love me cause I’m worthy (Cause I’m worthy) I did all this dirt and still ain’t dirty Escaped the belly of the beast Without a stain on me Ready from fighting now My fist it got that rang on it Boynton Beach out to the hills How far I came from it (Came from it) Now the whole world sneaking pictures for the fame of it Wreckless On that show Man that’s old news (Old news) 120 on the ranch On my own two (Own to) I did that crime I beat that case Kept paying my dues I did my time I made a way And now I can’t lose Now my mama straight I ain’t gotta’ push no weight (Ain’t gotta’ push no weight) I came from the dirt (From the dirt) Now I’m living great (Bitch) Said I wasn’t gone make it Look they hard they hat-ed We never had enough And now the bank we break it (We break it bitch) Did all this dirt and still ain’t dirty (Still ain’t dirty) Baby I’m outchea so don’t worry (So don’t worry) I’m in da field without no jersey (Without no jersey) Did all this dirt and still ain’t dirty Did all this dirt and still ain’t dirty (Still ain’t dirty) I came through popped up on the first day (On the first day) She say she love me cause I’m worthy (Cause I’m worthy) I did all this dirt and still ain’t dirty

Singing songs with SWITCHED LYRICS (This WORKS!)

Singing songs with SWITCHED LYRICS (This WORKS!)


What’s up guys my name is Roomie Official. I hope you’re smiling. I hope you’re working towards your goals. Today We got a bunch of stuff on the schedule. We’re gonna do a bikini try on haul I’ve found a really good bikini for my body, but the main Shaboozle today Is that we’re gonna take popular songs we’re gonna switch out the lyrics. We’re gonna find songs where that works Or, you know, kind of works. There’s this new groundbreaking song out there, and it’s got this amazing melody It goes like this, ooh Look what you’ve made me do look what you made me do look what you just made me Do look what you just made me do and because that lyric is such a work of art It’s really compatible with timeless music. I found this one classic song that it works really well with Subtitles are off but whatever. Ooh, Look what you made me do. Look what you just made me do. Loook what you just made me do. Okay, so that’s totally mind blowing Amazing thing was the first lyrics switch. I’ve got a bunch of other of those coming up later in the video. Before we move on to more mind-blowing Life-changing lyrics switches, I want to try out something with you guys I’ve never done before it’s inspired by the sexy sexy man behind this t-shirt Jacksfilms. Also. I just want to ask you guys What do you think this looks like? I mean it’s supposed to be a light switch, and it really looks like one but it also kind of looks like in Minecraft d*ck. All jokes aside. I really love Jack I think it makes some of the funniest content on YouTube so go check him out Anyway, the setup for this amazingly original concept is that I’ve written a song And I want you guys to fill in the last line. The song goes like this So your task is to come up with a punchline and write it in the comments. Here’s two examples I made of what you could write: Had an edgy joke but I’ll let it be Too afraid that Tumblr might rage at me Had an edgy joke, but I’ll let it be I’m too busy Chokin this fat baby I’ll be featuring your best answers in the next video Okay, so time for another lyric switch. This time for the lyrics we’re using Kygo and Selena Gomez’s It Ain’t Me if you haven’t heard it, it goes something like who’s gonna walk you through the dark side of the morning And mixed together with Maroon 5’s don’t want to know it sounds like this Who’s gonna walk you through the dark side of the morning who’s gonna rock you when the Sun Won’t let you sleep. It’s waking up to drop you home when you’re drunk, and all alone who’s gonna walk you through the dark side of the morning it ain’t me oh bowery So that one actually turned out above my expectations i’m papered that one looked a bit like uuh my favorite lyric switch is coming up in a little bit but before we do that Let’s do something a bit different. I’m really sorry about this, but it looks like your house is built on a giant turtle It’s about to go into the sea. However, I have been saving up balloons that I can tie to your house You know, like in that movie Up, so you can fly to safety But I don’t have enough balloons yet to lift your whole house and you will be out in the sea drowning in like two minutes But if you click my subscribe button and that notification bell Then I will get more balloons for some reason and maybe I can save you so hurry up and do that I’m totally Sincere and not you know try to use this story to make you do anything. While you’re down there also click thumbs up That’s also good for the the balloons You know so I got helium to fill the balloons with. Hurry up and do it because I really want to save you 100% I’ve been getting tens of thousands of emails, maybe hundreds of thousands of emails, asking me to release more original music. A very frustrated mom even emailed me the other day saying that her kids wouldn’t stop peeing in her sofa until I had released a new original song. This is all 100% true, by the way. So, here you go Here’s two teasers from the original songs I’m working on right now Oh I watched you fall Oh You lost it all Oh Haven’t heard from you It’s been way too long If you wanna I know then I know what went wrong Please believe me it was I who F****ed it up Please believe me it was I who F****ed it up Okay guys time for my two final lyric switches I love these ones. I think they’re the best. Also, I’m really excited about the collab thing you and I are doing if you missed it head over to 1:40 in this video and leave your comment for it down below. I can’t wait to read your guys’ responses Here’s the last two lyrics switches. I hope you enjoy and see you next week. Bye So today, we’re gonna be trying out the Vocaloid program and comparing it to my real human voice.

What’s Next For Juice WRLD’s Music? | Genius News


[HOST] The death of Chicago rapper Juice WRLD
on December 8, 2019 sent shockwaves across the industry, leaving his family and his fans
wondering what to do next. REPORTER: This morning, the music world in
shock after the sudden death of the 21 year old rapper Juice WRLD. [HOST] Passing only days after his 21st birthday,
Juice seemed to be at the beginning of a lengthy and successful career. [HOST] In late January 2020, Juice’s family issued
a statement that read quote. From the bottom of our hearts, we want to
thank each and every one of you for your undivided adoration and love for Juice….we plan to
honor Juice’s talents, his spirit, and the love he felt for his fans by sharing unreleased
music and other projects that he was passionately in the process of developing. A forthcoming posthumous release from, Juice
WRLD would be the latest in a string of life after death albums from young MCs who died
far before their times. From Mac Miller’s recent effort “Circles,”
to XXXTentacion & Lil Peep’s numerous projects – the latter Genius covered in early 2019 – There
have been reports suggesting that there are at least 2,000 unreleased Juice WRLD songs
– likely due to his talent for freestyling. DJ L: So does he have that many sessions? He may have even more than that but is the
general public going to hear that? I don’t believe so. [HOST] That’s legendary Chicago producer
DJ L. He is the man behind the early careers of Lil Bibby and G Herbo. He also played an important role introducing
Juice WRLD to his manager, Lil Bibby. In a rare interview with Genius, he told us
that Juice’s talent was unlike anything he’s ever seen. DJ L: my first session with him // I was in
the studio with the kid and he started freestyling I mean … and it was incredible. [HOST] Similar to his prolific inspirations
like Future, Lil Wayne and Young Thug, most of Juice’s songs began as freestyles. L compared those skills to basketball players
on the court. DJ L:
It was like skills like Lebron James, you got to understand I had never seen nobody
do that in music. Michael Jordan had it, saying like Lebron
had it, Juice had it, whatever it is [HOST] In fact, Juice recorded his sophomore
album, Death Race for Love in just 4 days – when he was hot it didn’t take much time. Juice: Lucid Dreams I wasn’t rushing to
write that song, I wrote it in 15 minutes. Some of the best songs I’ve dropped I made
in 15 – 20 minutes it’s just off the strength of my work ethic. [HOST] L says the large amount of unreleased
music is going to make things difficult to finally release. DJ L: Juice is not here, so you don’t know
what he would’ve wanted. I don’t give a fuck, I don’t care if people
say they know him. We was close to him, you don’t know what that
man would’ve wanted to put out… But I trust Bibby. [HOST] After Juice’s death Bibby said quote. You will be missed. Watched you 1 take platinum records. Gonna miss u freestyling around the crib all
day even though that shit got a lil irritating. Most genuine person I’ve ever met. Miss u, love u brother. BIBBY: I still look at it like there’s people
that can’t do that shit. I can’t do that shit. He knows how to freestyle all day and make
sense. [HOST] But there’s a method to releasing
posthumous projects — not everything an artist records will be — or maybe should be — heard
by their fans. DJ L: I know juice recorded a lot. Knowing Jewson his ability to come with large,
large songs and things of that nature. I feel as if he could have that. But I know you know, unless you Chris Brown
were listen 40 song albums. I don’t think that the general public want
to hear all 2000 I mean I would love for the general public here, but I don’t believe
they’ll ever get all I miss stuff. The Tupac still floating around. The general public hasn’t heard. [HOST] Still, time is of the essence. L believes that fans *could* overlook the Chicago kid’s legacy with today’s short musical
attention span. DJ L: the tragedy that all this, you know,
people love juice. What the interest level of kids nowadays,
it’s so finicky, you know? And if you’re not here, you just get forgotten. The people around Juice’s estate are still
picking up the pieces- we’ll just have to wait and see what they end up putting together. I’m Jacques Morel with Genius News, bringing
you the meaning and the knowledge behind the music. Peace.

2 MORE MINUTES (Music Video) – Relatable comedy by La La Life

2 MORE MINUTES (Music Video) – Relatable comedy by La La Life


Please, just 2 more minutes! Why are you always in a rush? Always shouting out for me I don’t really care if you need me now All I wanna do is chill You’re always in a hurry Just give me time I ‘ll be ready soon I’ll be there just don’t worry Two more minutes will be fine I’ll be ready by that time Two more minutes will be great That’s all I need All I need Put some more make up Change the lipstick I wear Charge my phone a little bit more Two more minutes will be great That’s all I need
All I need Give me more time that’s what I need Trust me I’ll be ready then Two more minutes not more not less Baby you’ll just have to wait You’re always in a hurry Just give me time I ‘ll be ready soon I’ll be there just don’t worry Oh, no! Two more minutes will be fine I’ll be ready by that time Two more minutes will be great That’s all I need All I need Put some more shadows Fix a bit my eyebrows Make another coffee to go Two more minutes will be great That’s all I need
All I need That’s all I need Two minutes for me That’s all I need That’s all I need Two more minutes will be fine I’ll be ready by that time Two more minutes will be great That’s all I need All I need Put some more hair spray I told you I’m on my way Let me finish that piece of cake Two more minutes will be great That’s all I need
All I need Ok, guys! We are here.

Nate Dogg – Music & Me [Polish, English & French Lyrics]

Nate Dogg – Music & Me [Polish, English & French Lyrics]


Hey OG, could you tell how to find some good weed
I need it homie oh so fast That last bag was the best weed I’ve ever had
Bass so deep, I can’t even seem to feel my feet Girls so fine, I can’t help it got to make this one mine
I hit em with my, gangsta leans
They can’t seperate my music from me Music and me
Music and me
Music and me
Music, my music and me Time does change, but the music it remains the same
I hit em with the music from the slave Oh my goodness, what my ancestors gave
I don’t want you to think I don’t know They taught me how to reach deep down and touch the soul
Without my music, where would I be You taught me how to cry and still remain a G
You keep a lot of soldiers at ease And together the next level proceed
My music and me Music and me
Music and me
Music and me
Music and me
My music and me Music and me, go together perfect harmony
Soft and mellow, or so hard it’ll make your speakers explode Stay with me, and together we will live out this dream
My music and me Music and me
Music and me
Music and me
Music and me
My music and me