are currently on tour with Niall and the boys. Niall let you fly in
because he missed you. This morning, he picks you up from the airport
and you drive to the stadium to do the sound check and see the stage.
Niall doesn’t let your hand go once when you get showed around. After
that, you get told that the soundcheck got pushed back, giving you
more than two hours to do nothing. Niall knows exactly what he’s
going to do though and leads you to his dressing room.
is the dressing room, even though we don’t really get dressed here,
there’s another room for that. But here’s a couch, here are
armchairs, here’s a coffee table and there’s a mirror.” Niall
quickly gives you a tour before he sits down on the couch and pulls
you to him. He taps on this thigh and you knee on the couch, your
legs on either side of his thighs. Niall starts to kiss you as you
sit down on his thighs and put your arms around his neck. He puts
your hair, holding it behind your back before leaving wet kisses on
your neck and doing the same with the other side. Your hair has
become a mess but it doesn’t bother you right now. You move your hips
closer to Niall as his lips find their way to your collarbone.
You moan when you feel his hands under your shirt. He touches you
from your back to your waist, before he comes to a stop and just
holds you. Niall presses you down on him as his lips find yours again
and you continue to make out.
you hear the door open and get off Niall as quick as possible. “Oi!”
Louis exclaims, walking in, followed by Harry and Liam.
Niall tells him, running his hands through his hair.
Liam asks and sits down on one of the armchairs.
Niall repeats. You sit next to him, blushing and embarrassed, and
take Niall’s hand.
Harry asks. “We just came.” He says smiling
we decided to come earlier.” Louis smirks and sits down next to
Niall who is clearly annoyed.
fucking leave.” Niall says and stands up. “Leave, please.” He
points to the door that is wide open.
Liam asks laughing. You can’t help it but laugh as well.
it’s fine.” You tell him and take his hand again. With the other
one he still points to the door.
Just leave.” Niall says and glares at them.
down, Neil. Jesus.” Louis rolls his eyes at him and gets up. He
helps Liam up and then they all leave the dressing room. Niall takes
a deep breath and slams the door close as you burst out laughing.
here, love.” You smile as he sits back down on the couch. “It’s
okay, Niall.” You say, seeing his annoyed expression. You cup his
cheeks and sit back down on his thighs. “It’s okay.” You mumble
before kissing him and finishing what he started.
you do one when one of the boys is a mascot at a basketball game and they save
you from your jerk of a date who isn’t noticing that you’re on kiss cam? (For
reference look up Chicago bull saves kiss cam)
first the idea of a date with him was great, he seemed interesting and
interested in you, but that all changed when he took you to a Basketball game
and complained when you said you didn’t support either team.
on, my friend’s calling,” He says answering the phone that started to ring, you
huff and look around the stadium really bored. The sound of loud screaming was
heard and your attention turns to the big screen where your face was plastered
Travis Scott once said Kanye’s latest album (7th), The Life of Pablo, would sound like “the Kanye everyone wants”. After a few listens, I can agree. TLOP has pieces of each Kanye, based on the differences of each of his prior 6 albums, all in one album.
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1. Ultra Light Beam - has a “College Dropout” feeling to it; very soulful, organ and drum heavy, choir included, standout feature verses, and lyrically has a continued message to “Jesus Walks”.
2. Father Stretch My Hands pt. 1 - This track, is my opinion, is “Graduation Ye”, where he mastered making anthems and big stadium sounding tracks, without rapping too much. Then, he adds CuDi who helped him beast 808’s & Heartbreaks, especially on hooks. Yet, the song is short and sort of an interlude, which Ye used in the past as a technique to sequence the "Late Registration” album.
3. Pt. 2 - The first part of pt. 2 sounds like some 808’s & Heartbreak / Dark Fantasy shit…lyrically and sonically. Then Ye interpolates his new signee, Desiigner’s song “Panda,” which adds trap influence to the song. Ye didn’t really experiment with clashing songs until “Yeezus”.
4. Famous - Famous was originally called “Nina Chop,” but Ye had Swizz Beatz come and program a beat that made him spit in a very Dark Fantasy-ish way. This track is like “Hell of A Life” & “So Appalled” off Dark Fantasy mixed with “Blood on the Leaves” off Yeezus. Rihanna futuristically encompasses Nina Simone on the hook, but Ye makes sure to add Nina’s original voice to the end of the song.
5. Feedback - sounds like it couldv'e easily been on “Yeezus”. Fire.
6. Low Lights - Low Lights sounds similar to the “All of The Lights interlude” on “MBDTF,” with a similar eerily beautiful intro of piano as “Diamonds” on “Late Registration,” on top of a prayer over the track.
7. Highlights - this is Ye advancing how to classically use features, of different musical genres, all on one track, which he first mastered around the “MBDTF” album. His raps on this track are very “College Dropout”-ish, lyrically and flow wise.
8. Freestyle 4 - another track that’s fire and couldv'e easily been on “Yeezus”.
9. I Love Kanye - this is Ye identifying his roots, around the “College Dropout” era, lyrically, and even in his cadences.
10. Waves - another song like “Highlights,” where Ye advances his ability to make fire collaborations. He pretty much uses this skill to complete the TLOP album from here on. This collab is with Chris Brown, who bodies the hook. Chance the Rapper wrote this song and fought for it to make TLOP. Ye was also going to call his album “Waves,” based on how dope the song is. It sounds new, but if it had to be sonically reminiscent of any prior Ye album, I’d say it’d be “Graduation”.
11. FML - Ye makes a fire track with The Weeknd. Lyrically, he goes off in “808 & Heartbreak” cadences. The Weeknd’s voice, and the topic of this song, fit as an extension of when Ye was very reflective of his personal feelings on family & life as a celebrity on 808’s as well.
12. Real Friends - pure “Late Registration” type shit. Heavy drums, poignant & introspective raps + a R&B innovator on the hook (Ty $).
13. Wolves - I love Wolves. Shit sounds like it couldv'e been on “Cruel Summer”or “Yeezus”. Ye adds Frank Ocean, who lyrically enhances the song, like he did on his features on “Watch The Throne”.
Ye also adds raps and a bridge, where he once again goes off in a College Dropout- type tirade, speaking of family, religion, and society with in-your-face / profane lyrics that are humorous, but very real.
14. Silver Surfer Intermission - Ye gets French Montana to contact Max B on a phone call, to basically shit on Wiz Khalifa, who made a tiff about Kanye naming is album “Waves,” without paying homage to Max. This is another interlude to continue the album, similar to the sequencing of “Late Registration,” even though this intermission starts the bonus songs on TLOP.
5. 30 Hours - Lyrically and sonically “Late Registration Ye,” who, on the track, is presently rapping about his life during the “College Dropout” days. Ye adds Dre 3000 on the end of the song, just so his voice can bless this soulful track, which has a funky hip hop beat, with a simple yet, beautiful sample.
16. No More Parties in LA - Kanye raps along Kendrick Lamar and holds his own, stepping his bars back up over a Madlib beat skeleton. Ye also re-samples the same Ghostface excerpts from “New God Flow”. This song has a similar spirit to the collabs of the original “G.O.O.D. Fridays,” even though it’s just Dot & Ye going in.
17. Facts - Braggadocio Ye. “Watch The Throne” raps, because he basically is assessing where he’s at in life and shitting ostentatiously. Beat was re-done by Charlie Heat, and the track is also lyrically reminiscent to “Cold” or “Go Hard” with Ye & DJ Khaled, as you can tell Kanye was having fun on the track as well. Probably shouldv'e got Khaled to put Cloth Talk on it.
18. Fade - reminds me of a modern day “New Workout Plan,” sonically. Great sample & collabs by Ty $ & Post Malone, just by how they fit in the song.
Ye has described this album as his “gospel” album, and that’s cool, but to me, it sounds like what his greatest hits would sound like sonically, and at times lyrically (as far as cadences & flows), but in an individual album he made. That’s pretty dope. I can’t call TLOP a classic this very moment, but it’s definitely fire and overall feel good music that you want to play at least once a day.
Taylor is tucked away backstage hidden from any known cameras. The Grammy’s are about to begin, and it is time for her performance. There a long red curtains draped around the stage. The crowd, both nervous and excited, tries to remain patient as the lights are dimmed. The opening strums of a guitar can be heard, filling the entire stadium. It sounds like sunshine. Almost as if she were rapping, the first words of the song are heard from behind the curtain. The curtain drops she is standing next to large drums as she sings “Iwasreminiscingjusttheotherday…” It’s the revival of Holy Ground. As the background vocals slowly become faster the words change into “Cause baby I could build a castle…” The forgotten songs of Taylor’s are being recognized at last.