We had the opportunity to chat with the super chill 111deno about his music and inspiration. He’s rather straight-forward when it comes to talking about himself, and lets his work speak for itself.
Childish Gambino’s new song This Is America will change how America thinks about how we act or so I hope. Basically what Gambino is saying, is that America is under a spell we are blinded by our cell phones and how media is delivering things to us so we won’t see what is really going on and him making this music video is showing that he knows it.
“Without you I am not me” is what comes to mind when I listen to LiL BO WEEP. It comes from verse 1 of her most commonly known song I wrote this song 4 u. It’s the first song I ever heard by her. Winona Brooks, LiL BO WEEP, is an extremely talented singer and producer. She’s someone I can personally look up to at the age of 18.
This weekend’s playlist isn’t as cohesive as we would normally go for heading into the weekend. A mix of new bops and the jams that they remind us of. Some classic Charli XCX here, some evergreen Jens Lekman there, and you can build nicely into the infectious ear worm that has plagued the iPhone 8 Project Red ad, “Batshit”.
Xtina is at it again, promoting her upcoming album Liberation. The third promotional single in the ramp-up to the album’s release this time next month comes in the form of a duet featuring Demi Lovato (a huge Xtina fan in her own right).
In an effort to promote the international release of Deadpool 2, Ryan Reynolds appeared on the South Korean reality show, King of Mask…
This is a bit late for the party, I know. Sadly, I live in America and didn’t get to illegally…
“Girls” by Rita Ora dropped today after quite a bit of hype likening it to “Lady Marmalade” for a new generation. In this more British and more Tumblr-ready take on the “bisexual anthem” summer jam, Ora, Cardi B, Bebe Rexha & Charli XCX slay.
“Twice” changes things up and serves us stripped Xtina on a platter. It’s a slowed down sexy jam with shades of those great 90s county women power ballads. This is, without a doubt, Christina Aguilera.