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10 Songs: Monday, June 9th, 2014

Chance The Rapper: Everybody's Somebody

Chance The Rapper: Everybody’s Somebody

1. Everybody’s Something – Chance The Rapper – The difference between the version Chance sang at his Governor’s Ball star making turn is this is the way Chance boiled the song down to its “everybody’s somebody’s everything, nobody’s nothing at all” hook and than got a full house who was gagging for it, to sing it with all its heart , the verses and backing track are a touch too dark on Acid Rap – A-

2. You Only Live Once – The Strokes – Some people think they’re always right… The Strokes greatest, the spiral upwards licj in the break is a masterpiece – A+

3. Confident – Justin Bieber, Chance The Rapper – A goodie by the poster boy for racism, in one of the more ridiculous instances of the stupidity of the masses – B+

4. 12:51 – The Strokes – Julian handles aging – A

5. When A Fire Starts To Burn – Disclosure – Sounds a lot like Prodigy – B+

6. Love Interruption – Jack White – Awesome chorus and great piano sound – A

7. Take It Or Leave It – The Strokes – This would be all Chance BUT HE HASN’T RELEASED HIS FIRST ALBUM YET – B+

8. The Underdog – Spoon – Sounds awful good, the acoustic guitar under the verses is overly – B+

9. Chronicles of a Fallen Love -The Bloody Beetroots –  Haunting beauty of an electronic track – B+

10. Family (Blended Babies) – Chance The Rapper – His first official solo release, the man is an expert of the chorus – A-

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