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Lil Dicky has released a new single and music video called ‘EARTH’ and it features everyone and their mum. It’s incredibly star studded and I have to admire Lil Dicky’s remarkable talent of being able to convince so many celebrities to be on his songs. The first thing that came to mind when I watched the music video was ‘Who is the target audience?’, as the animations and chorus seem to be aimed at children, however there are then loads of swear words afterwards and Yachty rapping as the HPV virus... 🤦♂️Lil Dicky is as much of a gimmick as ‘The Lonely Island’ were however he simultaneously wants to be taken seriously which makes me wonder, how do you respect the clown who’s only gag is to throw pies at his own face? As that is his main trump card however this track’s main narrative is loads of celebrities acting as animals and that is the closest it gets to being actually funny. When I heard Justin Bieber as a baboon I didn’t expect it and that got a light exhale out the nose but after first watch I now see clearly how cheap this whole thing is. Lil Dicky’s vocal performance on the chorus is horrendous, slathered in autotune & the lyrics make me want to be lobotomised ‘We love the earth, it is our planet’... god there must be a more creative way of raising awareness about climate change. This is where ‘Earth’ irks me, a lot of this song seems aimed at children... then he raps about which sex has the better orgasam... I don’t see how that has anything to do with climate change. It ends with Dicky vaguely saying we should do something about Climate change without offering any suggestions or even implying what we are doing wrong, not that most people don’t know already but man his advice is getting as empty as Logic’s. It’s a great cause and I agree we should pay more attention, but throw in a bar or two about what can be done would be helpful... not that a Lil Dicky song would ever make me think ‘oh I should put
The charisma legend @anderson._paak is back with his new album ‘Ventura’ 5 months after ‘Oxnard’ which left some people torn. ‘Oxnard’ showed Anderson’s jagged edge and the grittier tone threw some fans off, especially Anderson’s die hard of ‘Malibu’. I for one really enjoyed it however I did feel we missed a side of Anderson that ‘Tints’ did not satisfy by itself, and what we missed was ‘Ventura’ AKA Anderson’s celebration of life! ‘Ventura’ oozes life and show’s Anderson at the top of his game, when he is in his soulful & charismatic element he can truly do no wrong. From track one ‘Come Home’ feat @andre3000 which starts the album perfectly, everything is perfect from the vibrant production that switches gears to cater Andre’s perfect verse. The frequent seamless beat transitions make for an incredibly exciting first listen. Then ‘Winners Circle’ that is a true reflection of Anderson’s meticulous crafting of his music, everything working in perfect harmony. The whole album is a groove but especially ‘Jet Black’ feat @4everbrandy that is a brilliant funkadelic track for the summer. I have wondered if Anderson will ever just drop a full blown rap album, but this made me realise that he is too cool just to be put in one genre. He is truly in his own lane of funkadelic groovy soul that is always a breath of fresh air in the industry. The last track ‘What Can We Do’ feat Nate Dogg is a beautiful yet heartbreaking goodbye to Nate, a perfect ending to this album that hit me with an overwhelming hit of Nate Dogg nostalgia, especially their conversation at the end 😢. There are few weak moments here but one track that felt underwhelming back to back with the track list was ‘King James’, the production failed to excite me on this one and Anderson didn’t ignite it enough either. However any minor grips or not fully utilised features do not take away from the brilliance of this project, Anderson’s talents
Story via @tmz_tv: It's now very clear why Kodak Black canceled his show in Boston ... the rapper was arrested on weapons and drugs charges at The U.S. Border. Law enforcement sources tell TMZ Kodak and 3 other people were stopped by U.S. Customs Agents Wednesday. We're told Kodak was arrested for criminal possession of a weapon -- a second degree felony -- and a misdemeanor possession of marijuana charge. Multiple sources familiar with the arrest tell us Kodak was traveling with at least two guns ... and stopped when entering the U.S. from Canada. The rapper is still in custody, being held on a $20,000 cash bond or $40,000 bond.