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I was five years old and they let me go onstage before they got married and play an original song I wrote. If you like a track, add it to your library. Our editors rotate selections regularly, so if you hear something you like, add it to your library. , Jay-Z, and Mariah Carey—Clark Kent has done, and continues to do, it all. If you hear something you like, add it to your library. Perry died in August 2021, at the age of 85. From Kool G Rap to Jeezy to the late, great Nipsey to younger MCs keeping the tradition alive in spirit, sound, or both, this is street rap. So at that point, I had just zero love for all the fake fuck shit—everything that was affecting me negatively, that's when I was learning to push it out of my brain, and to really have no attention for it. I just maneuver how I want to. All are specially chosen to fade into the background, facilitating deep relaxation just when you need it most. 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I want people to turn on my show and forget about anything that's stressing them out. If a kid can see it—even just in their mind's eye—they can be it. Here's a set of breezy tunes to frame the journey. Our editors regularly update this playlist, so if you hear something you love, add it to your library. Do you blame the guy that allowed it to happen? I don't write, I'm not a writer. We regularly update these selections—if you hear something you like, add it to your library. Thug came right at the very end. In fact, all of this song is basically the demo, apart from some harmonies I added from my bedroom studio during lockdown.。 Our editors regularly update this playlist, so if you hear something you love, add it to your library. I wrote music to it and developed it and played all the parts to it and made it. An accomplished songwriter and country hitmaker since the mid-2000s, Laird knows the sorts of hooks and chords that imprint themselves on our memories. I think even the way that I was playing the guitar was how he and I play the guitar together, kind of—these interlocking, twin, mirrored guitar parts. We just go in the booth and get a whole song done in, like, 25 minutes. Each week it features the hottest in Latin pop culture, interviews with incredible artists that are shaping this culture, and new names and music that we are excited about. When I needed to be in my space, because what was going on around me wasn't amusing or was boring or challenging, music became the thing. But when you listen to them in Spatial Audio with Dolby Atmos, you can take that experience to another level, as sound comes to you from all directions. Although she proudly reps New York City, she was born in Grenada to a huge family and moved to Brooklyn when she was 11, which is where her musical education blossomed. You know when you grow up and you spend most of your adult life even believing something? This is my life right now. I was trying to put a second verse on it, but every time my hook would end, I would be like, 'Man, I hear Moneybagg Yo on this shit. The show will feature Kelleigh Bannen in Nashville playing the tunes you need to know now alongside ones you already love—fan favorites next to breakout stars and emerging voices. I can just really relate to it in a very deep way. They eventually all came around to that idea. My reaction will always be to work harder. Our editors regularly update this playlist—if you hear something you like, add it to your library. In this track, you have the synth noises, which felt like an ode to that side of the album, as well as a guitar feel to it, then this Coldplay-esque moment which married the two together. It was purely improvised, and then we took it and made a song out of it. Music helps level the playing field a bit, allowing many people to find a common place to connect around one theme. So, I dragged a beat that I really wanted to use underneath and that just brought everything to life. I think that's what the verse kind of represents. These heartrending ballads—the hits of today with some classics sprinkled in—run the gamut from poetic declarations of love to detailed crime stories. Love is a complex thing. ' The reason why is because I believe it was like the first script that he wrote—and he just never made the movie. It's that feeling you get when you're outside on the water—or just want to pretend you are. Think about it: Right now, somewhere, there's a kid learning to play guitar who's going to change someone's life with their music. ' And then I remember playing it for Abel and Abel was like, 'Oh nah, this shit is out of here. I remember where we were. You know, we love so many different people, on so many different levels. After he burned the Black Ark down in '78, Perry went on to a prolific and globetrotting career as producer, singer, and collaborator. Regular guests include Jonah Hill, Mike D, Alana Haim, and co-host Jake Longstreth, but you never know who could stop by. While he drops more outrageous boasts-per-minute than just about anyone, Kanye's rhymes mix deadly seriousness with over-the-top silliness, injecting even his most political and personal bars with razor-sharp punchlines. Our editors regularly update this playlist. Nobody owes me shit—but I deserve more. It happens every so often and it's the best thing ever. I linked up with Infamous and Ben Billions and I remember just hearing that beat and just wanting to talk my shit on it. Grabbing the mic from his heroes, Yeezy immediately unlocked his inner swag, blurring the lines between audacious pop superstar, musical visionary, and intensely intimate MC. No one got swag like people from New York. And that's where I'm at with it. But it was my favorite track! Music has gotten me through some of the worst periods of my life. We regularly update this playlist with new instrumentals. It was the last session we did for the album. Lisa Hannigan and Sharon Van Etten and Shara Nova sing so beautifully on it. Just based on me trying to find myself again. Constantly evolving yet ever-present, the Puerto Rican artist and his music have been pivotal to the global success of Latin music in recent years. DJ Spinna will be your tour guide as he travels through different eras and brings you memorable classics that span the globe. I do feel like I could have done more, certain times. You can't be a rapper—that like enjoys the sport of rap—and not be inspired by what Benny's doing. So if you are sexually desirable or a sexual being, you're unfit for motherhood. And then we was tryna figure out who to put on it. Ease into a border-blurring set of recent tunes that stretch boundaries without breaking a sweat. It's like a kite and a string—you need both parts to make it work. His sound is just as kaleidoscopic, tracking a restless creative mind as he flips dusty jazz loops, soaring EDM riffs, angelic gospel harmonies, furious rock drumming, and so much more. Drawing from decades of rock, pop, funk, dance, hip-hop, and more, this show gets the night started right—and keeps it going—with nothing but the biggest hits. We started that song in Switzerland. He will make these kind of loopy, trippy beats in his basement on a drum machine, and then send them to me as a Voice Memo. We all have emotions, and some of us have a better ability to recognize them. Then NBC calls, then NFL, ESPN. Based on the popular Apple Music playlist of the same name, this weekly show provides a platform for artists, producers, and other key figures in the industry to freely share the ideas and stories behind their music. ' And the homies were like, 'Bro, you're bugging. This is special right here. Our editors regularly update this playlist. The irony is that the most power I've ever had is in my agency, being able to choose. I just felt like he matched the vibe so well. When I was in Atlanta running around, he pulled up and always showed love. With roots—and, often, rabid grassroots followings—on social media platforms that reward experimentation and a strong sense of self, these are the artists defying genres, sparking trends, and steering the future of music as we know it. So I think that's where that free-form feeling of that song came from. In the '60s and '70s, Perry produced hits for many ska, rocksteady, and reggae luminaries, including Bob Marley and The Wailers. The verses are about relationships, then the choruses are about me being frustrated at writing about relationships. I think not only to remind people, but also to remind myself, when the album kicks off, that this is what I do. From memorable classic hits to rarities from his crate-digging expeditions, expect an eclectic mix of tunes to dance, groove, or relax the night away to. If you like a mood, add it to your library. We tell stories from the fringes. It airs weekly on Tuesdays at 5 p. We connect local dance floors to the wider world. We had a good talk and some good laughs! Because it was one of the first times that I could really write deeply about things that were affecting me. And despite the heavy subject matter that fueled this album, CHVRCHES have rarely felt—or sounded—better. On her Apple Music Country show My 3 Minutes Radio, she wants to honor and share the musical journey of others as well by linking the common threads that bind country artists together. That inspired us to go even harder on the track. It did feel very connected to other songs and other characters in the record. I would have been like a baby, but I remember it—the room, what he was wearing. 9-inch iPad Pro 3rd generation or later , 11-inch iPad Pro, iPad 6th generation or later , iPad Air 3rd generation , and iPad mini 5th generation with the latest version of iPadOS; and MacBook 2018 model and later. We'll update this playlist often, so if you hear something you like, add it to your library. A lot of the lyrics in it are obviously self-explanatory. I think about it, and I'm just happy that I made it through something as extensive as I did. ' I was terrified of Snoop for years after seeing him transform into a dog! I think we were successful on that. Especially in the verse, in terms of like relationships—situations, or things that I've waited for and never got. Two women wrote and produced the song, and I think that's really amazing. His shit just sounds like he sat for hours writing it, dope punchlines and dope bars, but he's really coming off the top of his head. We regularly refresh this playlist. I don't know of any show that plays as much Caribbean music as we play. Hosted by GRM Daily CEO Post and with mixes by rising star DJ JoceWavy, the Apple Music 1 show features the freshest releases from the GRM Daily channel and beyond as well as interviews with various all-star guests. The result is radio as it should be: rich in storytelling and endlessly enlightening in how it uncovers the surprising ways in which songs and the people who make them are connected. As such, it only seems right that this, her most substantive project to date, keeps that same energy. Today, Soulection exists as an Apple Music show, an independent music label, a festival Soulection Experience , and a world-touring concert and clothing line. Meek Mill calls on Lil Baby and Lil Durk for a flurry of threats and flexes that finds the trio going line for line and bar for bar, splitting much of the space among the three of them rather than breaking the song down by traditional verses. A lot of it stemmed from incidents that I can't really talk about due to legal stuff. And the thing is, who do you blame at the end of the day? I wanted it to be more of a feeling, like a mood. What I do is feel and translate. If you like a song, add it to your library. Pretty heavy stuff as a kid! In the lead-up to the imminent LA 167 tour and with the promise of a new album looming, Farruko remains on an unstoppable upward trajectory. Frost also brings along an eclectic blend of guests to join his party. It's the closest thing to paradise. Our editors regularly update this playlist. Charlie Sloth Rap Show airs Saturday at 12 p. Meek Mill calls on Lil Baby and Lil Durk for a flurry of threats and flexes that finds the trio going line for line and bar for bar, splitting much of the space among the three of them rather than breaking the song down by traditional verses. Our editors rotate selections regularly, so if you hear something you like, add it to your library. When I saw that song come to life in their music video, I was struck. On '00s Essentials Radio, based on the Apple Music playlist of the same name, host Natalie Sky takes you back through the music that defined and shaped the new millennium. ひめ活 ヒメ活 悲鳴嶼行冥 不死川実弥 ひめさね なむ柱協会 麦夫の漫画 - Gramho. But when you listen to them in Spatial Audio with Dolby Atmos, you can take that experience to another level, as sound comes to you from all directions. FREEBANDZ RADIO is an extension of the multi-platinum selling rapper's Freebandz record label. Sometimes a light jog to the oven. Read on as Peters guides us through her brilliant debut, one song at a time. And I could have been more. And she's able to take advantage of such a person. Tune in and let him bring the good stuff back around. Morgan Evans, a singer-songwriter on the rise, launched his career in his native Australia before relocating to the industry epicenter of Nashville. On his namesake Apple Music Hits show, he hopes to continue to bridge the gap between artist and listener. The ultimate dream would be for him to sing on this record. I needed something I could just talk on, just let the swag flourish. It made me want to be a little introspective. I just thought it sounded like a night terror. The wheels were coming off. I think this was probably the second one or the first one we recorded. We regularly refresh this playlist. His first interview was with Amy Winehouse, in a cemetery in Bristol, when she was one of the biggest names in music—a foundational experience for Matt. It kind of helps you get over it. She really loved the song, and heard harmonies, and then kind of helped to lift further into some heavenly place. He has won a Tony, two Oscars, a Best British male artist BRIT Award, and an induction into the Songwriters Hall of Fame, alongside a Kennedy Center Honor for his lifetime contributions to American culture and excellence through the performing arts. And that's where 'Zero Love' comes from—me not giving a fuck, really. I wasn't on the air, I was doing research. But it was awesome: the warning label at the front of it, the moment that MJ's eyes became yellow, the claws coming out, the dance. On his Apple Music Show, now over 300 episodes in, the international singer-songwriter and performer brings in special guests and has thoughtful conversations with established and rising stars—in many cases sharing music from his comprehensive record collection. This playlist is updated often, so if you hear something you like, add it to your library. It was an actual picture of an actual artist on the rise. I actually wrote this song on a rare day in LA when it was pissing down and I was just watching the rain and singing, taking myself back to the old days. I did this with [songwriters] Brad Ellis and Jez Ashurst, and we wrote it really late at night. On Apple Music, we created a show just for that. The Maryland-raised rapper and producer has also supervised film scores, collaborated with the likes of MF DOOM and Chief Keef, and taught a course at Harvard University. What does the spotlight do to the great talent from the small town? The next few months it was just the theme that all these companies were using for COVID, which is weird. They added their parts and really lifted it like this angelic choir almost. So there was parts of this process where I felt like this might be the album that never sees the light of day. Here, on Bootleggers Radio, he gets up close and personal with club members who call in to swap stories, pick tunes, and have a laugh. Every day he plays a country-minded mix of songs from across all genres—and a few tunes that blur the lines altogether. This song is chaotic and bitchy and passive-aggressive and really flawed. Ease into a border-blurring set of recent tunes that stretch boundaries without breaking a sweat. 1 hits, and over 18 million album sales, Hillary Scott is an unstoppable force. And if we want to take extra time, it is what it is, but we just be snapping. The program features music and guests that inspired him and made him into who he is today. Constantly evolving yet ever-present, the Puerto Rican artist and his music have been pivotal to the global success of Latin music in recent years. The result is a high-energy track that generously spotlights each of its participants. Float in the stream of culture alongside Pharrell, Scott, and Fam-Lay as they link up with the most brilliant spirits from the worlds of music, tech, business, art, and fashion for conversations that are human, inspiring, unexpected, and fun. It feels to me like a panic attack, with this grounding force of the drums, which were rigid and quite slow and which are at half the speed of the track. Tune in and let their warm, spiritual, and positive energy wash over you every week on Apple Music Country. We regularly update these selections—if you hear something you like, add it to your library. Slap on some sunscreen and get into warm-weather mode with easygoing pop favorites and tried-and-true classics from summers past. Listen in as Rissi has riveting, funny, and necessary conversations with country music's most vital and underrepresented voices. Originally it was a piano ballad with no harmonies and it was very stripped. We always talk about how water and water imagery comes up a lot in my lyric writing. If you like a track, add it to your library. The result is a high-energy track that generously spotlights each of its participants. It is what it sounds like. It took a while to get the lyrics right, because the track has such a profound feel to it. We update these tracks regularly, so if you hear something you like, add it to your library. We've got to give these rappers a moment of silence. My body's changing and I have no control over anything. 電話じゃダメなの?ていうかけじめってなに? なんかバチェラー始まるときの自己評価みたいなの 賢さ 満点 誠実さ 満点 みたいなのつけてなかったっけこの人 自分で誠実と言う男に限って不誠実なやつ多い気がする スタジオで言われてる時のバチェラーの顔が被害者面でこれ以上叩かれないように悲しそうな顔するの本当無理 自分本意で薄っぺらなお二人とてもお似合いだと思うんです タズヤンにナンパされてる動画もフェイスブックで全公開されてたよ。

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This is how I write. It gave me a unique musical education. Watch their interview with Zane, and check out the new album now. In the '60s and '70s, Perry produced hits for many ska, rocksteady, and reggae luminaries, including Bob Marley and The Wailers. I love when it almost sounds like there's a soundtrack behind me, as opposed to just a beat, that's like looping over and over. Our editors regularly refresh this playlist. Check back here early and often, and if you hear something you like, add it to your library. I never left New Zealand because I was trying to absorb some other reality; I was just searching to get as close to what I loved as possible. There's always more stories to hear and stories to tell and stories to help share, to connect people to. On his weekly Apple Music Hits show, the LA-based artist celebrates the evolution of funk and disco by highlighting classic hits and lesser-known gems from over the decades—connecting them through the lens of his music, friends, and collaborators. And we tinkered around with it for years, could never figure out how to finish it, and then we finally did. So, being from here, it just makes it easier to do everything I want to do. From Kool G Rap to Jeezy to the late, great Nipsey to younger MCs keeping the tradition alive in spirit, sound, or both, this is street rap. It was definitely fueled by MeToo. If a song soundtracked a meaningful moment in your life, either in your recent past or a lifetime ago, there's a good chance it's still relevant to you. But as much as it's evolved since the late '70s and early '80s, when digital technology was first introduced, dancehall still boils down to the raw sound of a deejay toasting over a hot riddim. In the verses, I get into that feeling of almost like FOMO: the fear of missing out. And I happen to be experiencing something that is very nuanced and very complicated. Our editors update these picks regularly. It's like a kite and a string—you need both parts to make it work. 日曜の雨の朝、 ひめさね漫画の時間です😚 今回のひめさね漫画は 今日バースデーGirl 発音よくどうぞ。 。

@mugio_imada Instagram post (carousel) 毎度です。日曜の雨の朝、 ひめさね漫画の時間です😚 今回のひめさね漫画は 今日バースデーGirl(発音よくどうぞ。はい、Girl)の まみさん(またはまみぃさん) @mammie_81 へ捧げます。 捧げる割に、一瞬の出演🤣 許して~🤣🤣🤣 ヘルメットも勝手なイメージ🤣 まみさんは、私がインスタ始めて間もなくフォロワーさんになってくれて、いつもたくさん いいねやコメントをくれて、 褒めちぎってくれる、 私にとって絵を描く原動力となる、大切な存在の1人です😚 超絶かっこいい実弥ん描きます。 #鬼滅で昭和を振り返る もやってるよー!! チェケラッチョ、NOW! そして、遅刻なのは100も承知で タグつけさせてーーー!😭 #鬼滅のアイスフェス2021 @dengaku3 @nr_kimetsu @sanemin_oekaki @liliyuri0402 アイス食べてるし、描いたのは昨日なんだー!!!😭😭😭 今回共に心をもらして…ちがう、 燃やしてくれた @anko2759 あんこちゃん! 探り入れるの楽しかったね🤣 ★補足 セイコーマートとは北海道に点在するコンビニです。 #ひめ活#ヒメ活#悲鳴嶼行冥#不死川実弥#ひめさね#なむ柱協会 #麦夫の漫画

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