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John Legend is still a boring artist but Saweetie makes this so much better

SHADEEEEEEEEEEEEE hahaha
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Written by Saweetie, Jake Torrey, John Legend, Jordan Johnson, Larrence Dopson, Michael Pollack, Ryan Tedder, Stefan Johnson, Tia Scola and Zach Skelton
Produced by Ryan Tedder, The Monsters & Strangerz, Zach Skelton, Andrew Roberts and Halatrax

John Legend is still a boring artist but Saweetie makes this so much better
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Written by Andrew Goldstein, Joe Kirkland, Jordan Schmidt, blackbear and Travis Barker
Produced by blackbear, Andew Goldstein and Travis Barker
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It sounds like old Benny and the lyrics are very Mike Posner, I love it although BTS could be easily replaceable
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Max Martin and friends / Re: Upcoming Max Martin releases
« Last post by mlaredoperez on August 05, 2022, 10:32:12 AM »
https://www.cbc.ca/listen/live-radio/1-50-q/clip/15921970-pop-hitmaker-max-martin-1st-jukebox-musical-and

Podcast interview with Max Martin by musician-host Tom Power of CBC’s q. Maybe the most in-depth interview with Max about his songwriting process.

OMG Thanks!!!!
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Max Martin and friends / Re: Upcoming Max Martin releases
« Last post by Helluvafella on August 05, 2022, 07:55:29 AM »
https://www.cbc.ca/listen/live-radio/1-50-q/clip/15921970-pop-hitmaker-max-martin-1st-jukebox-musical-and

Podcast interview with Max Martin by musician-host Tom Power of CBC’s q. Maybe the most in-depth interview with Max about his songwriting process.

Thanks for the link! Always great to hear Max speak :)
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benny blanco with the vocal line of BTS & Snoop Dogg — Bad Decisions


Written by Benjamin Levin, Blake Slatkin, Calvin Broadus, Magnus August Hoiberg, Mike Posner
Produced by benny blanco, Blake Slatkin, Cashmere Cat

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New Songs / Re: Rami Yacoub Productions Thread
« Last post by j.fco.morales on August 04, 2022, 07:41:40 PM »
Well, big budget projects are not the trend nowadays.

Usually, people dies to work with such a high profile artists and you don't ask for money when Beyoncé calls. The amount of publishing you receive is more than enough. An adding "produced songs for Beyoncé" to your bio is a big deal. After the pandemic, people can work remotely and send files back and forth.
Probably, some of these producers didn't even meet Beyoncé.

She's signed to Columbia Records through Sony. She doesn't own her masters and the revenue comes mainly from three things: publishing, touring and partnerships with brands.
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Max Martin and friends / Re: Upcoming Max Martin releases
« Last post by j.fco.morales on August 04, 2022, 07:17:24 PM »
https://www.cbc.ca/listen/live-radio/1-50-q/clip/15921970-pop-hitmaker-max-martin-1st-jukebox-musical-and

Podcast interview with Max Martin by musician-host Tom Power of CBC’s q. Maybe the most in-depth interview with Max about his songwriting process.
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If I hear all these songs from an artist I would think:

1. The artist knows what she's doing, personality, lyric wise: it makes sense as a whole
2. Great songs, cohesive sound
3. No hit single in sight, give me more songs.

The french house revival is a great idea. The Slut Pop was a great idea as well.

Problematique is the clear standout.
Revelations, Confessions, Something About You and Born Again are cool too.
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