this song has such a great beat to it and the lyrics

Summary of Danger Days
  • Look Alive, Sunshine: make this the national anthem pls
  • Na Na Na: the song that everybody makes sodium memes out of (also really bouncy and has an awesome power beat)
  • Bulletproof Heart: Gravity memes
  • Sing: Kind of represents what MCR stands for + don't watch the video unless you like runny eyeliner
  • Planetary (GO!): Crazy epic party song + more memes goddamn
  • The Only Hope For Me Is You: really beautiful song when you think about it and kind of sad and nostalgic
  • Jet Star and the Kobra Kid: Don't you fucking dare die on Party and Ghoul DONT-
  • Party Poison: REALLY PEPPY and awesome w/ great rhythm and beat
  • Save Yourself, I'll Hold Them Back: ???Musical masterpiece much + awesome lyrics
  • S/C/A/R/E/C/R/O/W: this is kind of sad and eerie and pretty at the same time
  • Summertime: This is beautiful. That is all
  • Destroya: FFS STOP MOaning
  • The Kids From Yesterday: the alternate title for this could be 'If Sing made you cry, you can't handle this!'
  • Goodnite Dr Death: Keep running keep shining mean something
  • Vampire Money: our fight song ftw!!!
Shiny (Russian Translation)

Moana has been out long enough that some people are starting to post different dubs of its songs, including, of course, “Shiny.”

The Russian dub of “Shiny” sounds pretty good, but you might suspect, the lyrics in Russian can’t be exactly the same as English. That’s just a fact of dubbing. Due to the differing nuances of each language, as well as the need to lip-synch and produce lyrics with certain beats and inflections, you’re going to have to change the meaning of the words.

I know nothing about the Russian language whatsoever, but a user on Youtube by the name of StarTsurugi was kind enough to provide an English translation of the Russian dub.

And, oh man, it’s pretty great. Some of the Russian lyrics and really dark and biting as well as hilarious. The English lyrics are too, of course, but it’s like… a different kind of darkness. 

In case you’re interested, the translation is below:

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You think Ford hears modern music, like listens to pop or something just to experience all of the cultural changes he missed while in the portal, and he really hates it? Like not because of the actual music or beats or whatever (that’s actually surprisingly enticing to him). It’s because a lot of modern pop artists reference ‘being a freak’ or ‘all my freaks’ or something along those lines. He’s long accepted (or so he thinks) his difference, and has gotten over (he THINKS) his treatment in childhood. Being bullied, beaten up, called a freak. He hates listening to modern pop because of how often those phrases get thrown around like it is to be celebrated. He doesn’t really realize that’s why. Maybe he says the lyrics are too suggestive, not appropriate for the niblings or whatever, but it’s because he’s jealous of how accepting this generation seems to be of ‘freaks’. Or if that’s just a front for more bullying.

He thinks he’s moved past what the association ‘freak’ brings to mind, but to hear it tossed so casually into music still throws him off, and he starts associating those songs with the bad part of his childhood. FREAK is not a compliment to him, and to hear it used as such is so foreign to him, he can hardly stand to listen to it.

(Especially after Bill told him his freakishness made him perfect to join the demon nightmare gang. Freak was not endeared to him any further after that point, if he had ever been on the way to reclaiming the ability to use that word association-free).

Like, I feel like he’d be all over catching up on the culture and way music changed while he was away, especially at his grandnibling’s insistence. And he honestly enjoys a wide variety of the sounds from the music. But I can’t see him getting along with the lyrics that celebrate ‘freaks’ as much as he may be surprised at how often that comes up in a song.

anonymous asked:

this guy on youtube was reviewing the dangerous woman album, and i swear his reaction to everyday was so funny... He likes her as an artist though and he thinks that ariana has great potential to write meaningful lyrics with nice beats and catchy vibes and I agree! wyd ariana!!!

ariana doesn’t write her own lyrics tho- she has the potential to produce great vocals and musical composition

but her writing team is usually mostly Victoria Monet who writes songs like “hoping for better days, better days (days when things are better)”

Her good lyric songs are when she collaborates with people who can WRITE

anonymous asked:

twenty one pilots is all tyler..he won't let josh have any input lyrically or vocally and josh can sing

i saw you ask someone else this and no i bet if you said this to tyler he’d beat you with his ukulele

tyler has said he needs josh a lot, he bounces ideas off him at the very least.

but josh inspires tyler in many ways. like without his positivity tyler would largely be only writing self-titled type songs, which is a great album but i don’t think vessel or blurryface could’ve happened without josh. i feel like tyler would get lost in depression if he didn’t have josh around

also josh has extreme anxiety and it takes him a lot of effort just to say one word onstage, i know he’s sung before but that was in front of much smaller crowds

and as many instruments tyler can play, he could never come anywhere close to josh on the drums he’s incredible 

sure tyler does all the writing but he has his best friend to play shows with every night and they are a live band he writes songs to be played live and josh brings a lot of energy to live shows

so it’s not that he doesn’t let josh have input, it’s just that’s not the role josh plays he’s a drummer he has been since he was like 13 or 14 it’s all he’s ever wanted to do

but josh did name anathema and the “anyong haseyo” in tear in my heart is from him

Summary of Vessel
  • Ode to Sleep: Power beat w/ strangely catchy techno vibes
  • Holding Onto You: Cutesy tune with poetic lyrics
  • Migraine: 103820% relatable. Sounds v happy but has darker lyrics
  • House of Gold: Reassuring and pacifying, comforting.
  • Car Radio: THE SONG THAT SENT FUCKING CHILLS UP EVERYONE'S SPINE and made us think very deeply
  • Semi-Automatic: We are not okay and we are living on
  • Screen: Actually rlly cute with great lyrics
  • The Run And Go: Those with secrets and those who keep things to themselves will relate
  • Fake You Out: Go-to song if you feel isolated due to your problems
  • Guns For Hands: Tyler loves you and doesn't want you to hurt yourselves. Be like that.
  • Trees: I wish I could know you
  • Truce: The song that makes you curl up into a ball and cry because it's so beautiful + go-to if you're afraid and lost
SOUNDS GOOD FEELS GOOD SONG BY SONG REACTION

Money: Perfect song to open the album with, great beat, makes you want to dance

Hey Everybody!: Catchy af, this is always stuck in my head

Permanent Vacation: Anthem to our generation

Jet Black Heart: This is real, this is deep, this is a song you cry in the shower too

Catch Fire: Most pop kinda song on the album, and even then its still got the rock beat. Lyrics are deep but it’s got a good beat, can see people driving down a freeway at 100 blasting this

Safety Pin: The drums in this kickass, so do the lyrics. It’s a less sappy take on heartbreak

Waste The Night: I love the beat in the verses to this, the chorus has a great feel, one of those songs you listen to after a bad day

Vapor: Just fuck me up like seriously. The message in this is insane

Castaway: Like PV this one is such an anthem, Luke slays the vocals

The Girl Who Cried Wolf: This ties with JBH for saddest song ever. Michael at the end literally makes your heart clench

Broken Home: There are so many people in the world who need this song, even relatable to people who aren’t living in a broken home. Thank you 5SOS for this one

Fly Away: Full dance tune, but the lyrics are still amazing

Invisible: WHO HURT CALUM LIKE THIS!? This song tells the story of my life

Airplanes: WHO HURT MICHAEL LIKE THIS!??! He kicks ass in this song, the chorus is so catchy, everything is awesome

San Francisco: This makes you feel like you are in SF even if you haven’t been there

Outer Space/Carry On: This is a perfect end to the album I think. “You know it’s gonna get better.”

In conclusion, 5SOS have created a masterpiece and if anyone needs me I’ll be in my grave.

For You ~ pt. 16

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~ Good To You ~

After, I don’t know how many songs, I wonder how they can keep going. It only show how great their stamina is.

I watch them with anticipation as they eventually put the bed to use, with Jungkook slipping into it and the rest of them gathering to the left.
I bounce and move along to the music as I’ve done with the previous songs. All I managed to sketch without getting distracted was a part of a flower.

When they move over to the bed, which was pointing at me, Jungkook sits up stretching cutely.

They do the pretty flower face while bouncing their head to the beat and I can’t contain the giggles from coming out, because they all looked so endearing like that.

At Yoongi’s rap, my body starts to shake from the suggestive lyrics, entertained by the general playful and boyish charms of this song.
Clapping and moving along, I thoroughly enjoy the song and its sweet message.

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also i’m seeing a lot of “there are so many new twenty one pilots fans emerging but it’s shit because they don’t resonate with the lyrics the same way i do!!”

listen

not everyone CAN relate to the lyrics, not everyone has gone through this stuff and that is more than okay. you can listen to music for the beats, for the sound, or simply just because you like the song! 

that’s the great thing about music -> it’s art, and each song has a different meaning to each listener.

and if you’re still worried, i can guarantee you that there will still be people who can relate to the lyrics. there is no need to panic.

My Top 10 Frank Ocean Songs (Where The Album Frank)

Frank Ocean is a artist I discovered musically around 2011, he has been blessing my playlist with his beautiful voice and unique songs ever since, at least he is bringing the love back into R&B… While we patiently wait for him to drop his highly anticipated sophomore album, I figured why not do a list on some of my top songs by this dope artist!

1. Pink Matter

This song includes a dope verse from the great Andre 3000 who is known for stealing the show on any song he is featured on, of course Frankie holds his own with sexy rhythmic lyrics and a beautiful yet somewhat eerie delivery.

2. Love Crimes

Honestly one of my favorites due to the calm yet cold delivery in which he tells a story of a past relationship. With the odd yet at the same time smooth beat, this song will have you relaxing while at the same time following his story.

3. Pyramids 

From his critically acclaimed freshmen album, Channel Orange. This song gives you a true treat in the form of 2 songs in one! Telling a story about an “escort” the second part to this song exudes a sexy feel that will change any atmosphere it is played in…go ahead and fast forward to 4:27 during the song its ok, we all do!

4. Super Rich Kids

One of the more popular songs to come from Channel Orange, this song enjoyed pretty decent air play from radios and other media outlets. Frankie gets help from the lyrically gifted Earl Sweatshirt. They keep it all in the OFWGKTA Family. 

5. Songs For Women

This entry is from his much loved mixtape Nostalgia Ultra. The song talks about a man using his gift (singing) to get the opposite sex. With a sort of 80′s feel to the beat as well as a greatly smoothed out delivery from Mr. Ocean, this is one of my favorites.

6. Thinking About You

WHY IS THIS SONG SO SHORT!

7. Swim Good

“Relaxing and smooth this song is” at least that is how Yoda would put it! This song takes you to places musically so much so you almost forget the song is about suicide…

8. Sierra Leone

No this song isn’t about Rocafella Kanye West’s home, its actually a beautiful tune about reconnecting with your lover sexually. With an amazing beat that will have you feeling both sexy and relaxed, this track is a very underrated gem in his catalog. 

9. Crack Rock

Well, the song is pretty self explanatory, what does need attention though is the passion at which Frankie sings this song. The beat takes a backseat to Frank Oceans smooth voice which is something that is unusual for a track by him, his beats usually are as commendable as his performance, still this song is beautiful.

10. Novacane

As he states in this song, Frank Ocean gives us a natural high with his voice and the almost other worldly beat that we just could not waste this high it gives us and take opportunity to give it some love. Chances are this is your intro song to Frank Ocean as this was one of his first big radio songs, I know that word is usually meant in a negative way…but trust me, this song still holds up to this day!

EVERYTHING YOU WANT TO KNOW ABOUT THE BLURRYFACE TRACKLIST (excluding Fairly Local, Tear in My Heart, and Stressed Out)

Hello friends I am here to compile a summarized post of all the info we’ve heard about the Blurryface tracklist:

Heavydirtysoul - very fast paced rapping with breakbeats. faster rapping than Ode to Sleep at some points.

Ride - moderately paced, nothing significant. sounds like a mixture of The Run and Go and Screen.

Lane Boy - really chill synth beats before lyrics kick in, sounds similar to a plucked violin. cool build-up before the lyrics kick in. probably will be a great live song.

The Judge - will be a fan favorite. extremely happy ukulele song. nearly 5 minutes long. “killer falsetto.” The song is Migraine-level fun.

Doubt - high chances it is the song with this beat (but more developed), and it has these lyrics.  

Polarize - not a standout, its about Tyler’s relationship with family and friends. backed by a fairly upbeat and synth driven instrumentation. has some lyrics in Spanish (supposedly).

 We Don’t Believe What’s on T.V. - sweet upbeat tempo that will get people dancing. this and The Judge are the only two with ukulele.

Message Man - steady beat with high synths pushing through the mix. simple, yet oddly hard to describe. mixture of melodic and rap.

Hometown - dark lyrics, pop-ish sound. references their hometown as something they’ve moved on from. “ Where we’re from / there’s no sun / our hometown’s in the dark.”

Not Today - pretty tame song, probably easing into the final track. nothing else is known about this track, beside that it is very lyrically empowering.

Goner - more lyrics and instrumentation than the 2012 edition. played on only the piano instead of accordion. beautifully written. it’s hinted that there may be screaming near the climax of the song. 3 minutes and 56 seconds long.


Out of all the released singles, Stressed Out represents the rest of the album the most.

Blurryface voice is used in a total of 4 songs.

The majority of the songs have rapping, and WDBWOT has trumpet that fits perfectly into the beat.

Tyler’s lyrical complexity is still there. His writing has evolved.

There are surprises, while also being recognizably your good ol’ twenty one pilots.

Josh’s drumming stands out the most in Heavydirtysoul, but otherwise the album is not very drum-intensive.

The new Goner is the Trees of Blurryface.

Songs confirmed to not have rapping:  The Judge, Goner, Message Man, Hometown, Not Today.

The album has it’s own style, but it is also a very logical evolution from Vessel.

Supposedly, Blurryface blows Vessel out of the water.

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8 Ways Taylor Swift’s 1989 changed the world

Why Taylor Swift’s 1989 was such a game-changer

At some time in the past year, I bet you have found yourself humming, singing or dancing along to one Taylor Swift song or another. It was hard to miss her catchy lyrics, sick beats, great style and film quality music videos, as well as the epic tour that took her around the world in a little over six months. In fact, it seems that with one album, Taylor changed the music industry — if not the world.

1. She made us buy CDs again

In the world of iTunes and iPods, it’s easy to download music, but somehow 1989brought us to Internet retailers and physical stores to purchase over one million CDs in the release week. Adele has since crushed that total, but it set the scene for CDs to make a comeback.

2. She took on Apple

As mentioned above, Apple pretty much controls the music scene currently. So, when Apple Music debuted offering a free three-month trial that would not pay artists, Taylor stood up. She said no — to Apple. She didn’t just do it for her, but for all the artists out there who rely on any and all sources of income. And Taylor won. Apple agreed to pay all artists from the beginning.

3. She pushed genre labels aside

Call 1989 pop and Taylor’s other albums country if you want, but does it really matter? Her music bridges genres and makes us all forget about them. The labels separate songs by arbitrary and unfair boundaries; Taylor proved that good music is good music.

4. She shared her stage

A lot can be said about the 1989 World Tour, but the main thing that set it apart from other tours was the surprise guests. I attended one of the first shows in Detroit, so when Dan Reynolds from Imagine Dragons came out, we were all genuinely shocked. As the tour wore on, a surprise guest came to be expected, with artists from Justin Timberlake to Mary J. Blige to Steven Tyler joining her. No artist had ever done that before. It showed not only Taylor’s ability to collaborate and adapt, but also that she wanted her fans to have the best night ever.

5. She created an album full of singles

We don’t buy many CDs anymore because we only know and/or like a few of the songs. 1989 seamlessly moves from memorable song to memorable song. She has already released six of the songs as singles with a video and I hope there are more to come.

6. She turned music videos into short films

Each of the singles released from 1989 has an accompanying video that took the song to another level and transported the viewer to another world, be it a fancy mansion, sci-fi world or the natural beauty of New Zealand. Taylor became not just a singer, but also an actress, showing sides of herself that we hadn’t seen before.

7. She brought generations together

While Taylor’s main fan base definitely skews young, I don’t know anyone young or old who doesn’t like her and her music. People from all backgrounds find something to relate to, which is perhaps because her message of growing, learning, loving and losing is so universal.

8. She uses her power for good

In 2014, Taylor held album release parties at her homes for fans and sent Christmas gifts to her fans. This year, Taylor donated money to people in need, be they fans or relatives of her dancers. She held a meet-and-greet party, Loft 89, at each of her shows. She has a positive attitude and never presents herself in a light that would make her a bad role model. Because somewhere in us, maybe we all aspire to be Taylor Swift and leave the world better than when we arrived.

For those of you living under a rock the past month, Troye Sivan released his new EP on 4 September.

Titled WILD, the six song release is the follow up to Troye Sivan‘s 2014 major label debut, TRXYE (the guy’s got a thing for caps lock). Now, if you’re like us, you’ve probably had it on repeat since it graced the world with its presence, and we bet it’s been damn near impossible to pick a favourite. We mean, ‘FOOLS’ has a great beat, but ‘WILD’ has killer lyrics. And have you heard ‘THE QUIET’? Ugh, Troye, why must you make this decision so difficult? Do you like seeing us suffer?

Troye’s life has pretty much been a bit of a whirlwind since 4 September, and for good reason. To help bring this magical month to a close, we decided to put together a list celebrating all that is WILD. So grab your headphones, put the EP on repeat and enjoy the five amazing things Troye Sivan’s WILD has accomplished!

5. It helped fans channel their creative side.

In the weeks leading up to WILD‘s release, Troye encouraged fans to get uber-creative and make art dedicated to the EP. While most of the results were superb and we envy all your talents, some were umm, how do we put this nicely… interesting? Creepy? Weird? But don’t worry. We here are a big bunch of weirdos just like you lot, so we got a kick out of the stuff you created!

4. YouTubers loved it so much they couldn’t even

It turns out YouTubers are even bigger fangirls than us, especially when it comes to one of their own, and boy, did they go mad on release day. Everyone from Dan Howell (can we ship Dan and Troye? Is that a thing?) to Alfie Deyes, Jack Howard to Bethan Leadley couldn’t get over how much they loved the EP.

Aww, we love it when YouTubers support other YouTubers. It makes us feel all warm and fuzzy on the inside. GROUP HUG.

3. It’s helped continue the conversation about LGBTQ+ issues and rights

As we’re sure the majority of readers know, Troye is openly gay and he chose to help spread awareness (whether knowingly or not) about LGBTQ+ rights with the release of three music videos depicting the friendship of two boys who eventually become involved in a romantic relationship with each other. If you have yet to watch the videos, we urge you to do so because they’re pretty awesome possum (yes, we know this isn’t a thing anymore, but we’re trying to bring it back, okay?).

2. IT CAUGHT TAYLOR SWIFT’S ATTENTION

Yes, you read right, THE CURRENT QUEEN OF POP MUSIC IS A FAN OF TROYE. She actually tweeted him multiple times, as well as posted a picture on Instagram, praising him for the release and we couldn’t even handle it. Seriously, we all fell out of our chairs because it’s TAYLOR SWIFT! Do you know who that is? Only the biggest pop star in the world right now with honestly one of the best pop albums ever released. She even called WILD #EPGOALS. #EPGOALS, GUYS.

1. It scored well on the music charts.

Finally, one cannot simply make a list about WILD without mentioning how amazingly well it did in the charts! In Troye’s home country of Australia, it hit #1, whilst here in the UK, the EP managed to reach #5 in the charts. Oh, and did we mention that he was in the top five of the Billboard 200? THAT’S HUGE. Congrats, Troye! We’re super stoked about that.

And that’s it! Were you fangirling the entire time, or were you questioning why WILD is so damn perfect? Honestly, how can Troye even top it? We need to know!

If you have yet to purchase WILD – and honestly, what’s taken you so long?! – you can do so via iTunes.

CLARE FITZGERALD
Aspiring journalist whose life revolves around music and YouTube. I’m known to randomly burst into song and hoard cats. | @JournoClare

So the VMAs happened and once again Nicki Minaj can’t go a few minutes without starting shit. I don’t give a flying fuck what Miley said. Nicki acted like she was on Jerry Springer about to beat a 22 year old idiot girl’s ass. Because of an article it’s not at all like her words could be twisted. As a 32 year old woman great job Nicki. Show once again why your label has no faith in you besides you shaking your ass.

On what even? The bs she started on her shitty song that was produced for and by men? Hell her stupid lyrics set women back how many years? you gave sex he owes you expensive shit now. And NEVER in that rip off was it about her being the player. She was the floozy empty headed girlfriend from start to finish. 

Ugh.

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Barbie Girl by Kill J

Danish artist Kill J has blessed our ears with a dreamy cover of Aqua’s hit, Barbie Girl. Kill J’s sound is not only unique but also frequently changes. Some of her songs bring me into my Dancing in the Dark – Robyn pop vibe, while other songs such as this one; place me into a really great experimental haze. On Sound Cloud, she described her Barbie Girl cover as “My dystopian take on a classic. A feminist manifest.” In this cover, Barbie has switched out her sports bra for something a little… sexier. Kill J has combined alluring and provocative lyrics with Aquas’s original lyrics, and added a mystifying beat. She manages to take the peppy lyrics and transform it into her own down and dirty pop flavor. Along with this cover, Kill J has released some other great hits that have garnered attention. All of her songs are available to jam out to through her Sound Cloud.

This review was written by Nel.

Why Taylor Swift's 1989 was such a game-changer

At some time in the past year, I bet you have found yourself humming, singing or dancing along to one Taylor Swift song or another. It was hard to miss her catchy lyrics, sick beats, great style and film quality music videos, as well as the epic tour that took her around the world in a little over six months. In fact, it seems that with one album, Taylor changed the music industry — if not the world.

1. She made us buy CDs again

In the world of iTunes and iPods, it’s easy to download music, but somehow 1989 brought us to Internet retailers and physical stores to purchase over one million CDs in the release week. Adele has since crushed that total, but it set the scene for CDs to make a comeback.

2. She took on Apple

As mentioned above, Apple pretty much controls the music scene currently. So, when Apple Music debuted offering a free three-month trial that would not pay artists, Taylor stood up. She said no — to Apple. She didn’t just do it for her, but for all the artists out there who rely on any and all sources of income. And Taylor won. Apple agreed to pay all artists from the beginning.

3. She pushed genre labels aside

Call 1989 pop and Taylor’s other albums country if you want, but does it really matter? Her music bridges genres and makes us all forget about them. The labels separate songs by arbitrary and unfair boundaries; Taylor proved that good music is good music.

4. She shared her stage

A lot can be said about the 1989 World Tour, but the main thing that set it apart from other tours was the surprise guests. I attended one of the first shows in Detroit, so when Dan Reynolds from Imagine Dragons came out, we were all genuinely shocked. As the tour wore on, a surprise guest came to be expected, with artists from Justin Timberlake to Mary J. Blige to Steven Tyler joining her. No artist had ever done that before. It showed not only Taylor’s ability to collaborate and adapt, but also that she wanted her fans to have the best night ever.

5. She created an album full of singles

We don’t buy many CDs anymore because we only know and/or like a few of the songs. 1989 seamlessly moves from memorable song to memorable song. She has already released six of the songs as singles with a video and I hope there are more to come.

6. She turned music videos into short films

Each of the singles released from 1989 has an accompanying video that took the song to another level and transported the viewer to another world, be it a fancy mansion, sci-fi world or the natural beauty of New Zealand. Taylor became not just a singer, but also an actress, showing sides of herself that we hadn’t seen before.

7. She brought generations together

While Taylor’s main fan base definitely skews young, I don’t know anyone young or old who doesn’t like her and her music. People from all backgrounds find something to relate to, which is perhaps because her message of growing, learning, loving and losing is so universal.

8. She uses her power for good

In 2014, Taylor held album release parties at her homes for fans and sent Christmas gifts to her fans. This year, Taylor donated money to people in need, be they fans or relatives of her dancers. She held a meet-and-greet party, Loft 89, at each of her shows. She has a positive attitude and never presents herself in a light that would make her a bad role model. Because somewhere in us, maybe we all aspire to be Taylor Swift and leave the world better than when we arrived.