Discussion in 'Pop & Justice' started by Leopold, Aug 6, 2017.
Hmm, thank you, but it's not it. I remember the song being more of a R'n'B/Pop blend without much electronic envolvement.
This is... eerily similar to what I have in mind, but it's the first time I've heard this song. Thank you though.
I’m searching for a song I found on Spotify a few weeks back, on a new music playlist, but can’t find it anywhere now!
The nearest comparison lyric wise would be MKTO - Classic, where they list out other artists/genres, nodding to different music eras... It sounded more rnb than Classic though. And was a male solo by the sounds of it. It’s driving me mad. Any help much appreciated!
I've asked this on Twitter and searched the internet to no avail - does anyone remember a super wholesome video of 2 guys dancing on a street that went viral a while ago, and it had a cool hip hop/r&b ish song as the backing track, kinda old-school vibe? I want to find the video and the song so bad.
I *THINK* the song had the lyrics 'through any weather', but I googled those lyrics and still no luck :(
Nope unfortunately not, but thanks.
The song was more hip-hop/r&b ish than the one in that video. Ugh it's driving me mad.
I FOUND IT. Breakbot - Baby I'm Yours. Turns out it was more electro-ish than I remembered
Not looking for a song or artist, but can you all help a gay out? I need some suggestions of artists like Rina Sawayama. I mean, asian female artists, Pop/R&B/90’s/00’s bops, corean/japanese/english vocals etc.
BoA, immi, Utada Hikaru, Alice Vicious, Lee Hyori, Park Ji-yoon, Reol, Hoody, etc. Note that most of these artists have extensive discographies!
I believe Utada would be the closest to Rina's sounds, although she's pretty unique herself.
There's also a thread for similar artist suggestions:
Thanks everyone. I will give a listen to these artists. You guys are amazing!
My friend was singing a song the other day with the lyrics “sexy girl, sexy boy” or something and I can’t remember for the life of me what it was but I remember recognising it, and thinking it was similar to SOPHIE’s Vyzee. HELP!
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