Discussion in 'Pop & Justice' started by Ensnare, Jun 10, 2021.
Bey’s smooth and laser sharp harmonies sprinkled over a classic 90’s house beat? A fierce rap verse? Finish it all off with a gospel choir? I love this. The very straight forward beat actually gives the song room to breathe and let’s the attention to detail shine through. There are a lot of details to both production and melodies in this song that rewards you upon repeated listens. And yes it’s the only thing I’ve been listening to for 30 minutes.
Ok but where is the music video, Kween??
A song about quitting jobs and building new foundations on the day im quitting my job to build new foundations???
Yesterday I was really emotional about leaving my long term job so did some affirmation work for my younger self and build confidence in my decisions.
Basically... I summoned this song and you are all very welcome. X
I love it, but it doesn’t seem to go anywhere, but I still love it.
This is excellent. On first listen it sounded quite basic but it really opens up on repeat listens.
The Chromatica comparisons are weird.
Aside from them both sampling early 90s sounds, shrugs.
On my fourth listen and it just slaps.
This is going to be huge for her.
Deserves more melody but it slaps.
It's both so simple and much more complex than you think. What a woman! It's not what I expected from her a month ago but exactly what I needed.
I am kinda fucking quivering at this! Such a left-field turn for her. I love how she never goes where you think she’s gonna go. This is massive.
This is fucking great. It could be lifted straight out of 1992 and I love it.
She really said "I'm back and I'm gonna show all these bitches how it's done!". The amount of hooks on hooks is staggering.
YOU WON'T BREAK MY SOOOOuuuuL!
Won over once I listened to this in HQ. All the little details really elevate it.
This is INCREDIBLE.
oh this is fucking GAAAAAAAAY
See you all at the Job Centre after we quit our jobs girlies.
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