Discussion in 'Pop & Justice' started by mindtrappa, Apr 27, 2016.
I think he was peak in the One Kiss era. So no.
Early 10s was his best. In the DJ to pop producer pipeline, Calvin picked up where David Guetta left off.
Trashy bops yas
One Kiss was big but 18 Months era was him basically being huger and huger with every song - he was easily at his peak then.
No but the way he started the 18 Months era a cute little UK DJ and finished it a mammoth superstar (and possibly the most famous DJ on the planet) was mildly iconic.
I know it’s basic, but I’ll always have a soft spot for overplayed bop Summer.
Yeah 18 Months is Calvin at his best, bops upon bops. Even the 8th single released from the album was a force!
'Ready for the Weekend' is still his peak for me (and Vol. 1 comes close to it).
Post pole and I'll think about streaming again.
It’s out there…
I just listened to This Is What You Came for. This is the Calvin music I want back.
Entered the charts at #5 on Friday, one place behind an Ed Sheeran album that's been out since last October.
I think the imperial phase *might* be over.
I wonder if there will be a quick turnaround with the next project. Surely his Vegas nights don’t play any of this stuff?
How great is Obsessed though. Just the dying days of summer bop I need. You could say I'm...
I definitely am.
Obsessed music video out now. Not sure if Calvin ever announced this or hyped it up but at least Shenseea looks good in the video.
I can't with Charlie but Obsessed is easily the best thing on the album and probably the closest he got to an actual funk wav on this album.
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