Louis Tomlinson Makes New ‘Two Of Us’ Song to Remember His Mother | Billboard News

Louis Tomlinson Makes New ‘Two Of Us’ Song to Remember His Mother | Billboard News


♪ It’s been a minute since I called you ♪ ♪ Just to hear the answerphone ♪ (energetic music) – Louis Tomlinson is back. The One Direction member leaves
a deeply personal new single called Two of Us along with
a handwritten lyric video. The pop ballad followed
Tomlinson’s journey as he grieves his mother
who passed away in 2016 after battling leukemia. ♪ You’ll never know how much I miss you ♪ ♪ The day that they took you,
I wish it was me instead ♪ – In a press release, Tomlinson explained why we needed to write Two of Us saying I just feel like musically, I almost needed to get
this song off my chest. People say writing is a part
of therapy and in a way, I feel like I’d been
avoiding writing this song because I knew I only had
one chance to get it right. I don’t mean to be too soppy about it, but if Two of Us can help
just one other person who’s going through the tough
time that I went through, then that would make me really happy. The song comes a week
after Tomlinson sent fans on a scavenger hunt so
they could be the first to listen to his debut solo track. Hopefully this is the
beginning of new music we can expect from Louis. Now to listen to the entire song, you can head to Billboard.com and until next time for Billboard News, I’m Chelsea Briggs.

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NEW SONGS FROM ALBUM 2 PREVIEW – 2019 Thanks Giving Vlog

NEW SONGS FROM ALBUM 2 PREVIEW – 2019 Thanks Giving Vlog


I need somebody to help me Because I’m about to spend this kind of money and all I have in my account is this amount of money HELP And if you remember the last couple of years, it’s uh pretty boring I’m a dog, I go bork. Do you go bork? I’m a dog. I’M A DOG. I go bork. ABORK It’s Thanksgiving There’s nothing much to do some people go out and eat Chinese food other people stay home with their family and everybody’s talking smack. So it’s thanksgiving. It’s that time of the year again Where everybody just sits in their rooms goes in their iPhone looks up Black Friday deals and waits for turkey I sit down next to Grandma. Grandma’s like “Hola mijo. Have you found the girlfriend yet?” And it’s like Yes, she’s a pillow and the worst part is when the uncle is like “Ay papo so how’s school how’s the girl you got any jobs?” Yeah, and it’s like I’m a musician What jobs? For those who do not have food today I really wish I could help And honestly if I could I would fucking help I would if I had that money if I had that money than most of these fucking so-called Entertainers and celebrities have bro. I would feed everybody. Right before you have me sons of bitches Okay motherfuckers? I just wanted to tell you, Happy Thanksgiving. Right now we’re just celebrating here. And if you guys have any questions Just ask my brother, SoItWouldBe? Wow que Rico A una lasagna “THE TURKEY” It’s Thanksgiving It’s Thanksgiving. I cannot eat your butthole, but it’s Thanksgiving. I cannot eat your ass and some of you guys are wondering even more What is my dog doing today? Well, I haven’t seen my dog in a couple of hours so I have to pick up somebody I know some of you guys were wondering But where is the album? Where is this album you say you’re working on? Yeah um.. Tell you what, it’s right here I could imagine so many beautiful girls dancing to this part to be honest with you But I know some of you guys are wondering where are the other songs? Like this one I’mma give you guys a little bit of a spoiler if you haven’t noticed. None of these are completely mixed or mastered So if you are worrying and about to comment on my channel But Oz, this sounds terrible You’re retarded Really retarded I’m pretty sure some of you guys are wondering but Oz what about vocals like this one? This is the most I’ve gotten so far so I’m not even finished with vocals I’m still writing lyrics so I’m still gonna be experimenting with it. But I hope you guys like it so far you sons of hoes All the songs instrumentally are finished They’re just missing vocals lyrics and mixing and mastering which usually takes the longest for me the entire album includes 25 songs which is 15 or 16 that are remakes and 10 that are new the reason this is taking so long is because I was originally writing lyrics for my ex and since we broke up I decided to change them to be more relatable to people so that way they can Actually be enjoyable. Anyways, I hope you enjoyed the small sneak preview. Let’s see what’s been going on at home, that’s New Jersey You wanna hear my New Jersey accent? Hello my friend 20 regular cash, please So we just finished eating I’m still hungry, I hope everybody had a good meal and I’ll see you guys on tonight’s stream, bye Happy Thanksgiving!! Hope you like, subscribe, and comment on SoItWouldBe? and be informed of new upcoming content, peace!

How Anime Inspired YNW Melly’s ‘Suicidal’ Music Video | Song Stories

How Anime Inspired YNW Melly’s ‘Suicidal’ Music Video | Song Stories


[HOST] YNW Melly releases his latest animated
visual from behind bars, “Suicidal.” [HOST] “Suicidal” is the second track
off Melly’s latest album, ‘Melly vs. Melvin’ and it’s produced by frequent collaborator
Z3N. The two previously worked together on “No
Heart” and “Gang.” Some records you just know is a special record, y’know. [HOST] The Argentine producer spoke with Genius
about the creation of “Suicidal.” He just started rapping it to me and I just
uh pulled up some keys and played the chords [HOST] Z3n loved working with Melly. With me, he was always in such like such good moods. Always came across as a genuine guy and always had a smile on his face and he was happy. And just brought a great energy to the room
[HOST] According to Z3n, “Suicidal” was cut a day before Melly turned himself in on
charges of first-degree murder in connection with the deaths of his two friends, YNW Juvy
and YNW Sakchaser. If convicted he could face the death penalty. [HOST] But on “Suicidal,” we see a different
side of Melly as he mentions Hennessy and the party drug molly he uses to get over a
breakup. [HOST] The music video, directed and animated
by Tristan Zammit came together rather quickly. We really crunched this whole video out in
two weeks or less. It’s not the first time we’ve done that, probably won’t be the last. [HOST] Tristan and his assistant Alex shared some insights behind the video with Genius. [HOST] His team also helmed “Dying For
You,” a collaboration with Melly’s younger brother, YNW BSlime, as well as the late XXXTentacion’s
“Sauce!” and many others. [HOST] Although the theme of “Suicidal”
was dark, Tristan and his team chose to lighten things up. I didn’t want to make it too dark because
that wasn’t the right mood for it That’s why there is like a noose in it but I tried to lighten it up relate it more to
like love. [HOST] There are also a number of different
animation signatures in this flick. So I was trying to come up with a real fun
way to transition people’s styles. If you watch the video, Melly like sketches
out a drawing of him Alex’s scene starts and it’s a more sketchy fun style. [HOST] But one thing unifies the video and
much of Zammit’s animation work. Anime. Honestly the whole intro with the paneling
is fully inspired by ‘Fooly Cooly’ outro just has a bunch of panels coming in and out and
the heartbeat is a reference to the same outro. [HOST] The early aughts cult favorite anime
‘Fooly Cooly’ is about a young boy growing up in a small town. HARUKO: He’s dead! This young boy is completely dead! [HOST] And that wasn’t the only cult classic
anime referenced. During the production of this video I basically just had a really rare artbook from ‘Samurai Champloo’ just open on my desk that I would
kinda just reference for style notes. [HOST] ‘Samurai Champloo’ is mid 2000s anime
centered around a roaming Japanese samurai that included a soundtrack of hip-hop, jazz
and more. I wanted Melly to have a bit of likeness resembling
Jin from ‘Samurai Champloo’ so I would just have like model sheets of and drawing of him
on my desk. Jin: You’ve got the wrong guy. And don’t worry about waiting for the Yagyus
because they’re all gone. Mugen: Gone? Jin: I killed all three. [HOST] Tristan also cites the ‘sakuga’
or an elevated form of Japanese animation where the production kicks up a few notches
for fight scenes and dramatic events – seen here in ‘Akira’ when Tetsuo loses control
over his powers or in the “Suicidal” clip when Melly’s head explodes into his hands. Usually in my videos I try to allocate one or two scenes
that I would attribute something sakuga-esque. [HOST] All in all, Tristan just hopes to make
something that Melly would’ve liked. I just want to make something that is an ode
to them. I don’t want to be like sad. [HOST] And it appears that the video is doing
just that to the tune of more than 2 million views over a weekend. [HOST] If you’d like to find out more about
“Suicidal” check out the song page on Genius.com. [HOST] I’m Jacques Morel with Genius News,
bringing you the meaning and the knowledge behind the music. Peace!

Lil Uzi Vert’s “New Patek” Explained | Song Stories

Lil Uzi Vert’s “New Patek” Explained | Song Stories


JACQUES: Lil Uzi Vert’s “New Patek”
is an ode to his love of expensive watches and anime. JACQUES: “New Patek” is produced by Dolan
Beats and is the latest song leading up to Uzi’s upcoming album, ‘Eternal Atake.’ The song’s name and lines reference a number
of expensive timepieces. JACQUES: Franck Muller, Rolex, Audemars Piguet and RIichard Mille are all pricey watch brands. In July, Genius broke down hip-hop’s love
for Patek Phillippe. TIA: Patek Phillippe beats out other brands like Audemars Piguet and Rolex as the most popular luxury watch. Plain, iced out, and two-tone Pateks are common among these watch-loving artists. And the Nautilus seems to be the most popular model. JACQUES: These next few lines could be aimed
at Uzi’s rival, Rich The Kid. JACQUES: The two have been involved in a feud
for much of 2018 and it seems to be ongoing. Next up, Lil Uzi’s love for the Japanese
anime Naruto. JACQUES: Many gangs use complex handshakes
as a way of identifying themselves and Uzi uses Naruto’s “hand seals” as a metaphor. Seals are done to summon deadly techniques, and Pain, or Nagato, is one of the show’s main villains. JACQUES: The beat also samples another anime,
2015’s ‘Death Parade.’ JACQUES: Uzi teased “New Patek” back in
June with a dance challenge and when the full song dropped on September 17th, the cover
art featured Uzi reaching through a keyhole, drawn from the infamous Heaven’s Gate cult—and
they aren’t happy about it. JACQUES: But Uzi’s fans are loving “New
Patek” which is climbing the Genius Top Songs chart even though it’s over 5 minutes long. But as comedian Zach Fox put it: JACQUES: If you want to learn more about “New Patek,” check out the song page on Genius.com I’m Jacques Morel with Genius News, bringing you the meaning and the knowledge behind the music. Peace!

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Nick Mira and Taz Taylor React To New Rap Hits (NLE Choppa, Ashnikko, YNW BSlime) | The Cosign

Nick Mira and Taz Taylor React To New Rap Hits (NLE Choppa, Ashnikko, YNW BSlime) | The Cosign


Nick Mira: Hey guys, it’s Nick Mira Taz Taylor: And Taz Taylor Nick Mira: From Internet Money Records and
today, we are going to be seeing which new rap hits get our… Taz Taylor: Cosign! Taz Taylor: You kind of never really know
when a song is going to be a hit. I think we’re just too close to the situations
when it happens. Like when we make the songs, we’ll be in
the studio… We don’t look at things when we make them
like, “Aw. This is a hit.” Nick Mira: When we did “Ransom,” it wasn’t
everyone’s favorite song. Taz Taylor: “Did It Again” and “Shots”
were the ones that we were like, “It’s a hit.” And “Ransom” was just like, “Eh that’s
cool.” Whenever it started going up, we were like,
“Really? Ransom?” The people just choose. Nick Mira: I didn’t know he had a tattoo
on the back of his head. Taz Taylor: It’s not a tattoo. It’s his hair. Nick Mira: Is it? Oh wow. I’m stupid. Nick Mira: I haven’t heard this song but
I like Choppa. Taz Taylor: You don’t really hear him on
much melodic shit. Nick Mira: He does melodic stuff good though. Taz Taylor: He’s more known for his like
aggressively rapping shit. This is more melodic for him so it’s different. I fuck with the fact that this is his real
life girlfriend. She’s in the video and shit. There ain’t no actresses or nothing like
that. No fake ass video models. It’s real. He’s obviously in the same lane as other
rappers. He’s like Youngboy and all that other shit,
but I don’t know. I feel like they’re just all different artists
doing like their own unique little thing. That’s what makes it him. Nick Mira: Yeah he’s unique. Taz Taylor: Yeah I fuck with NLE Choppa. Taz Taylor: Oh I know this song! Yeah. This chick’s fire. She’s like poppin’ on TikTok right now. Taz Taylor: You don’t like this? I fuck with this shit. This shit’s hard to me. I was playing this the other day. Y’all were laughing at me for playing this. Nick Mira: This is what Taz listens to in
his room. Taz Taylor: This is what I listen to in my
room when I put the hair up, you know, I’m playing Call of Duty. Sitting there crying man, this the shit I
listen to. Taz Taylor: How come I’m older than you
and I know about TikTok? I guess that’s just me being old and trying
to connect with kids and you being a kid and you’re like, “Aw that’s corny.” Taz Taylor: You’re a hater bro. That shit’s hard. That shit’s hard. And I’m not saying that to say that. I actually fuck with that song. It gets stuck in your head. It’s catchy. Nick Mira: Maybe I’m not hip enough. Taz Taylor: Ask your girl about it. I bet you money she knows that song. Taz Taylor: Big drip! Nick Mira: Ok it looks like this was shot
at 60 frames per second. Taz Taylor: Yo it does though. This looks like Birds’ fucking… 4th of
July parties he be throwing in New York. I don’t know about the bandana. Bullet proof vest. It feels like every year, there’s just one
motherfucker comes out of New York randomly, just pops out of nowhere. I feel like this year it was Pop Smoke. He ain’t got the voice though. He ain’t got Pop Smoke’s voice. Pop smoke sounds like he be putting cigarettes
out on his tongue. Nick Mira: I mean I like the beat and the
song. The music video is kind of umm… Taz Taylor: It does sound like some UK shit
though. Nick Mira: Yeah. Taz Taylor: I think you can just tell as soon
as you play it, it’s just New York. You get that whole feeling like if you been
in New York. It just feels like New York. Taz Taylor: It reminds me of some Earl Sweatshirt
shit. Like some early Odd Future shit. Nick Mira: When you listen to Earl Sweatshirt
and Odd Future, you just listen like they’re talking straight to you. It’s not like they’re singing a song or
anything. It’s like right to you. I hear the influence of Doom in there cause
it’s just like gritty. It’s just like dirty. There’s no actual structure. There’s nothing. It’s just him rapping over a boom bap beat. It’s just what it is. Nick Mira; I think what he’s doing is different
than what a lot of people do nowadays with boom bap where they try to force it too hard
and make it way too conscious, or try to put on this voice that’s not really them and
you can tell they’re trying too hard, but he seems like he did it very naturally and
it just flowed very easily so it comes off as genuine. It’s not corny at all. Taz Taylor: Yeah. It comes off as he’s being himself. Taz Taylor: BSlime! Nick Mira: Shout out to BSlime. BSlime’s fire. Taz: Yeah I fuck with BSlime. Nick Mira: He’s just a cool kid. A lot of kid rappers and kid artists’ that
come out, they’re just like, you don’t want to listen to them ‘cause they’re
like a little kid and they’re just rapping about school and stuff. But he’s saying anything else adults would
say so it sounds fire. And there’s rappers that have high pitched
voices that sound like this so it’s like, you don’t even pay attention that it’s
a kid. It just sounds cool. Taz Taylor: Do you feel corny listening to
a little kid rap? Nick Mira: If it’s like some corny stuff… I don’t think there’s any other kid rapper
aside from him and Matt Ox that sound genuine. Cause you can ride around listening to Matt
Ox and it slaps. Taz Taylor: The thing that’s interesting
with him is… You said he’s 12 right? So I‘m interested to see if he’s actually
going to do this or if he’s going to lose interest by the time he’s 15, 16. Some kids do that shit. A lot of people will probably just give him
shit and be like, “He only has the looks he has or he only has this because he’s
Melly’s brother.” But then you listen to the music and you’re
like, “Alright, there’s something there.” Taz Taylor: Being on the label side of the
artist shit, I know what every artist wants to do with their music videos and kind of
bring the watcher, the viewer, the listener, into their own little world. Nick Mira: The video for NLE Choppa’s “Forever”
song was cool. It was like shot at his own house. There weren’t too many scenes. They made a lot with what they had and I like
the song. Taz Taylor: Ashnikko! And Yung Baby Tate. Nick Mira: With that song, I guess I could
see why people were hype about it on TikTok. Taz Taylor: I thought it was fire. I fuck with her heavy. Nick Mira: With Fivio Foreign… It sounds like Fabio kind of, I like it. It sounded like a different take on the grime
scene, but also mixed with drill in America. So it was a good mix. Nick Mira: The Mavi’s “Love, Of Money”
was probably one of my favorites of the ones we’ve reacted to. Nick Mira: After watching all these new rap
hits, the artist that gets my cosign is BSlime. Taz Taylor: And the person that gets my cosign
is Mavi because Internet Money fucks with the boom bap low key. With Urban music basically becoming the most
popular genre out there, you really can’t put it in a box anymore and say like, “This
is that” or “This is this.” It’s just what it is. But it’s fire. You can’t really box it in. That really talks about how big the genre,
and rap, and hip hop in itself is like gotten in the past fifteen years. Nick Mira: Nowadays, when people try to do
boom bap, it’s like too forced on “Gotta motivate and be on the street and get your
head up…” Taz Taylor: Penicillin! Taz Taylor: You gotta do the Eminem impression. Nick Mira: No, we good off that. Yeah.

NLE Choppa’s Funniest Lyrics | Genius News

NLE Choppa’s Funniest Lyrics | Genius News


[TIA] Memphis rapper NLE Choppa rose to fame
at just 16 years old. And it’s that youthful brashness and energy
that’s helped to make him a star. But despite his incredible success, he’s
still a teenager who loves to crack jokes wherever he goes. NLE CHOPPA:
“My teachers would describe me as terrible. Acting up, doing the most. I cut some hair off someone, not his braids,
but right in front of the principal and got in trouble for it. It was like 3rd grade.” TIA As the class clown takes on the rap game,
Genius News is here with NLE Choppa’s funniest lyrics. [TIA] NLE Choppa burst onto the scene with
his with a gun-toting anthem and solo debut, “Shotta Flow.” He later followed it up with “Shotta Flow
2” and 3, each which use human anatomy as a metaphor for firearms. [TIA] And our Choppa biology lesson may even
continue as NLE goes through the “Shotta Flow” series [CHOPPA] When it comes to Shotta Flows, I’m
planning on dropping up to five. I think I’m gonna stop at five. [TIA]Choppa’s hunger for success is matched by his big appetite for food – like Philly’s
legendary cheesesteaks – a sandwich he praises on the bridge of “Shotta Flow.” [TIA] And when it comes to serving his enemies,
he’s got a cookbook worth of food punchlines. [TIA] On “Camelot,” Choppa rhymes about
Italian cuisine and big ups his own heritage. [CHOPPA] I fuck with Bob Marley, he’s a
big inspiration in my life, coming from a Jamaican background. He’s a big inspiration in my life. [TIA] As a Memphis native, it’s only right that he shout out a Southern delicacy on “Shotta
Flow.” CHOPPA] Up north they like, ‘What is a kool-aid
pickle?’ It’s pretty much a pickle dipped in kool-aid. Fruit punch flavor. Cherry. Blueberry. Kool-aid pickle. [TIA] Like any teen, Choppa loves watching cartoons like Rick and Morty. [TIA] On “Camelot,” he compares his charm
to a cartoon womanizer and serves up another food bar. [TIA] Back on “Camelot,” Choppa considers
himself to be more of Gotham’s Boy Wonder than the Dark Knight. [TIA] NLE Choppa knows how to make fans laugh
with his brow-raising one-liners. And with his debut album ‘Top Shotta’
slated for 2020, this should only be the start. I’m Tia with Genius News, bringing you the
meaning and the knowledge behind the music.