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⚠ That doesn't mean that they don't matter. What does the spotlight do to the great talent from the small town? Both Tobias and I are not incredibly tech-savvy, so when we show up to write songs together, we never are on Pro Tools or Logic or anything making beats. Maybe I should just go to sleep. That's why The Shires, a British country music duo based thousands of miles away from Music City in London, have become global superstars. We had fun with the bass and put it into a real club environment. To keep up with hungry fans and tireless creators, Apple Music launched New Music Daily, our playlist for the latest and greatest must-hear songs from pop, hip-hop, Latin, and beyond. 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. , Jay-Z, and Mariah Carey—Clark Kent has done, and continues to do, it all. If you like a song, add it to your library. This playlist is updated regularly by our editors. Maybe I should just go to sleep. Even where it sits [on the album]: right in the center, the heart. We do that quite a bit, actually, because you write an idea and it doesn't always come out or the production isn't quite there for whatever reason. If you like a track, add it to your library. Music has gotten me through some of the worst periods of my life. It's just you and your person and it's this real micro moment in life that we skip over probably 99 out of 100 times. Listen in as Rissi has riveting, funny, and necessary conversations with country music's most vital and underrepresented voices. And it's time that we have a little teeth. I was going through a really bad breakup at the time—my ex was in LA with this beautiful supermodel and I was living this sort of broke-ass gremlin life running around London getting wasted. And where I'm at now—at peace with it and moving on. If it moves me in any way, then it's good. The best way for me to say something is through my songs. I'm caring too much about stuff I cannot control. I've been trying to refine believing in deeper things, unexplainable things. And then we all got in the room and finished it and put it through some synths in the studio. ALT CTRL is a home for artists and like-minded listeners who see the world a bit differently, whether they gravitate towards guitars, electronics, or a modern collision of the two. I love the concept of having this hole that was cut out of my body that I was trying to fill by cramming with so many things. The high-pitched vocal sample that I use has a Burial feel, and when I was writing the song, I just had an image of people in the club, losing it to this as the final track of the night, closing out the dance floor. And with the title, you wouldn't expect this to sound so huge. He helped Shooter Jennings and Jamey Johnson make landmark albums at the imaginative outlaw fringes, then partnered with Sturgill Simpson, Chris Stapleton, Jason Isbell, Brandi Carlile, and Lori McKenna on category-defying breakthroughs that transformed the country music landscape. So sit back, grab a beer, and listen to your heart's content as you watch the sun go down. Because the truth is, people are fucking awesome, and they really do stupid things sometimes. We were just figuring it out, being persistent. The music here has been around, but our editors still switch things up regularly, so if you hear something you like, add it to your library. It feels very much like Nigeria to me, and Obongjayar is one of my favorites at the moment. At that point in my life, I was just on a rampage. I have this really bad habit of forgetting to pay rent because I'm busy putting my money into recording string sections. And while themes or guests will vary per episode, the celebration and gratitude shared in these personal moments is what connects them all together. We actually met Anne-Marie and Skream on an Annie Mac tour in 2012 and we all got on really well. Returning with the spontaneous on-air vibe they pioneered, Stretch and Bobbito bring their offbeat humor and insightful perspective with stories, jokes, and hilarious conversations. He was thinking about the system and feeling caught in a system, the system that we're all in, and the feeling of that. It felt like the record needed an ambient interlude and, luckily, I had written this a while ago and it just fit perfectly. Check back here early and often, and if you hear something you like, add it to your library. He sent me the idea—he had a MIDI file idea that he hadn't really developed, but we then sent it to Anne-Marie, she wrote the vocal and sent it back to us. But he inspired the nation to do the right thing. We grew up together, but then there was a stage where we didn't really talk for some years. Knowing that it was my last day to write songs, I was thinking, 'If I had 60 seconds of life left to live, what would I want to say in this last song? In this scenario, God seems to be a manipulative narcissist. If a kid can see it—even just in their mind's eye—they can be it. It was a kind of mash-up of stars. We've lived enough life and played enough shows and seen enough of the world. I saw so many things in my life from a bird's-eye view. Tune in and let their warm, spiritual, and positive energy wash over you every week on Apple Music Country. Add ALT CTRL to your library to stay up on the latest and greatest alternative music. Bae introduces listeners to different genres and themes in each episode, bringing a nonstop mid-century house party vibe that will have you busting a move past midnight. If you like a track, add it to your library. And then if I pass into the next life, maybe I'll come back and it's going to be better—because this place is hell on earth. Japanese military chess, in turn, is a game called shogi. When I told her I was starting work on this album, she began sending me vocals and we ended up with lots of different versions of the track. He did all these things that he would aptly be condemned for. He did all these things that he would aptly be condemned for. I had gotten into his music over 2020 and we connected over FaceTime from his hotel room. And by the time the night is over, neither will have left unsatisfied. Even where it sits [on the album]: right in the center, the heart. On his namesake Apple Music Hits show, he hopes to continue to bridge the gap between artist and listener. 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. If you like a track, add it to your library. We listen to that every Christmas—I knew every word! It's all about aesthetics and how you're perceived. Apple Music's weekly Rap Life show will go beyond our playlist of the same name and even deeper into the culture. III, and the realities of making and releasing music in quarantine. When you separate yourself, you're a bit exhausted and then you just get out of the way and you're just like, 'Oh, let's just see what happens. But also metaphorically, whatever I want, I'm going to get in the same way, essentially. Someone's feelings are upset, and you've got to provide some clarity and apologize. We recorded this in my living room on a whim—and I'm very, very grateful that he graced this song. She uses her Diana accent to offer breathless, regal addresses that punctuate the 19-track album. Even though the odds are stacked against us, we as a nation are going to resist. We were just figuring it out, being persistent. 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. Whether in the underground or in the spotlight, the artists featured here are always pushing forward, either inventing bold, new styles or finding fresh ways to flip old, familiar favorites. 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. ' He gets back in the car and he's like, 'I would be totally fucked if I didn't have this singular idea left in the back of my brain. 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. I was probably living my best life wearing a crop top and some kind of bedazzled jeans. You've done 99, that's amazing, but you can do one more to just make it 100, you can. He was almost certainly a full-blown alcoholic, but a functioning one. These appearances play mostly as showcases for their respective artistry, their verses not always aligning with the themes of any given collaboration—but with West always setting the table for those moments. The idea of a life without gigs or new music is really boring to me! We recorded this in my living room on a whim—and I'm very, very grateful that he graced this song. Four minutes, super high-energy riff, big anthemic chorus, big vocals—all that. Hear it every Friday at 10 a. , No One Can Do It Better. I met Teira after she booked me for a warehouse party she threw in LA, and we got along really well. Outside of his long-standing religious devotion, West alludes in rhyme to his hopes for the world at large, an unending dedication to his children, and even the struggles that led to the much-publicized dissolution of his marriage. He's got an amazing voice. If you like a song, add it to your library. Consider each episode a musical journey of celebration and discovery, where Clark spins the hottest tracks on the ones and twos with precision. On Land of the BRE Radio—an upbeat, informative, and genre-bending variety-style show that grounds itself in the modern evolution of country music—BRELAND bridges that gap even more with his joyful sense of humor and broad musical taste. Since then, the Kentucky singer-songwriter has documented the highs and lows of her career by offering insight into a full scope of emotions and experiences. Our editors update picks here regularly, so if you hear something you like, add it to your library. This playlist is updated often, so if you hear something you like, add it to your library. It has teeth to it. But the whole middle section is absolutely hypnotic. But it doesn't last for that long before some fiend comes out and hits you over the head with a mallet and the track kicks in. 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. And then we got Digga D, who is a really hot rapper. ' A lot of people told me, 'You can't write a whole song about something so small. The end sounds like the emperor coming back, the prodigal son returning home after a long journey. If you like a song, add it to your library. I have the fondest memories listening to records with him. It's kind of weird for me to listen back to this song now, because it's like: 'Wow, that was a really bad place for me to be in. The concept of this song is very romantic in a way. Her voice is beautiful, but I think it's her spirit and her intention that comes through when she sings. We've had a space monster Eddie, an Egyptian Eddie, a mummy Eddie. We just needed something to work on when we were in lockdown. 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. On his Apple Music Hits show, Everything. Regular guests include Jonah Hill, Mike D, Alana Haim, and co-host Jake Longstreth, but you never know who could stop by. I very much enjoy being around good company, but these days I enjoy my personal space and I want to protect that. This live event may contain content that is inappropriate for minors. We like to play with genres, and this is an example of that. But in dating relationships, I can't promise you forever. 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. And we brought in Keeya Keys, who's really a pioneer in that new garage sound as well, mixing Afrobeat and garage—part of that kind of NSG crew. But they told me my real name [Ibrahim] was too ethnic, and nobody would pick up the phone, so I changed my name and code-switched my voice to sound more proper, all that shit. His focus is to help listeners find their identity through music education without resorting to lecturing or providing answers. I think Steve locked himself away for days to come up with this one. I guess it's a manifesto about freedom and finding a space that is entirely yours. Our editors regularly update this playlist. He is married to my cousin, and we write songs together now, which is really cool. I aim to bring this passion to everything I do at Apple—whether it's speaking about a track during a link, or researching for an interview, or meeting with an artist. Each episode captures the feeling of going to happy hour, so lean back, grab a cold one or two, and let the music carry you away. Not just a DJ mix show, each two-hour episode is an experience for the soul. I actually wrote this with David Hodges—he was the main songwriter of Evanescence and he got kicked out of the band right before their humongous album that went triple-gazillion platinum. Then Nicko [McBrain] comes in with this beat which is not the Keystone Cops, because I think we've got to the point where we feel confident enough that we can be dramatic without being in a hurry about it. ' It felt good to do that. Featuring heartfelt advice, surprise guests, and conversations with some of the most iconic women in music, the special bi-weekly show makes fans feel like family. We wrote it with 2fox, who are an Afro-house production duo. We loved her voice and wanted to try her on the song. It made me trust no one. We grew up together, but then there was a stage where we didn't really talk for some years. I can remember writing the melody while walking through the park. Here's a set of breezy tunes to frame the journey. And then we sing our own songs over our newer beats. Along the way, there are also affecting spoken-word interludes that matter hugely to an artist who takes palpable pride in her lyrics. Nurture those relationships, and everything around you that's holding you down. Talk about a perfect lineup to describe that time in music. 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. It's that feeling you get when you're outside on the water—or just want to pretend you are. It's a classic example of us reworking our own stuff to make these records work in an environment where you have to work with what you've got. But we then went back and nicked a vocal from one of the tunes and crafted a new beat and then sent it to D Double E. If this is cancel culture, I want to be as far away as I possibly can. What I do is feel and translate. Mixing rootsy and crossover tunes new and old, this playlist is meant to help you unplug. I play music that I personally find really interesting. Summit perfectly translates that vibe. Today, Soulection exists as an Apple Music show, an independent music label, a festival Soulection Experience , and a world-touring concert and clothing line. Our editors regularly update this playlist, so if you hear something you love, add it to your library. And I had this idea of comparing the desire to be with someone—and the dream or illusion that you have of someone—with the American dream, which is something that people also have such preconceived notions about. 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. He's not an extroverted person—except onstage when he goes raving mad with a bass. On Happy Hour Down Under Radio—an upbeat radio show that embodies the spirit of the Apple Music playlist of the same name—the Australian country star and four-time Golden Guitar Award nominee forms a deeper connection with his listeners as he shares the songs and artists that inspire and excite him. They reminded me so much of the drums off a D'Angelo record, or J Dilla. The music here has been around, but our editors still switch things up regularly, so if you hear something you like, add it to your library. For the most part, the vocal is done in a two-part harmony. But because the hole was shaped like one particular person, all these things could never reach the corners. Beres Hammond, Barrington Levy, Gregory Isaacs, Janet Kay were the sound of my childhood. Whether she's playing the hottest club bangers or the most exciting anthems, Aisha has you covered. It's just a deep, emotional kind of rave-y tune. Frost also brings along an eclectic blend of guests to join his party. Our editors regularly refresh these tracks. And then it takes you on a journey to a fantastical world that has ceased to exist. So we got the vocal and put it into this garage relay and then got Hardy Caprio. Whatever flavor you're into, you'll find it among these pop stunners, dance-floor gems, and heartfelt ballads. Then put the thing down and check back out. Treating everyone with the same goodness while maintaining your boundaries. 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. The label's like, 'This is an unbelievable album, but it could probably benefit from an uptempo track. Because I hated myself so much, I would go out partying all night so I could reach this point where it was like I could switch off my brain. And where I'm at now—at peace with it and moving on. ' It was a pretty amazing experience to write a song called 'Dover Beach' when you're actually there. If you like a track, add it to your library. The band has always been quite popular in Japan, which is a pretty exotic place with a very rich samurai history. Our editors regularly refresh these tracks. It was like 110 BPM, or maybe slower, a little slow vibe. There's lots of things coming up like objects in the rearview mirror—they may be closer than they appear. There's something very magical about the white cliffs and the sea air and seeing the ocean in front of you. And with the title, you wouldn't expect this to sound so huge. Our editors regularly update this playlist—if you like a track, add it to your library. ' I wanted to take back ownership of that word and say, 'Yeah, I am a fucking narcissist, but here's why: You started it. Really, this song is about my deep self-hatred and realizing you can't block out that feeling with anything, because if you do, you wake up feeling worse and it becomes this vicious cycle. In 2014, we did a writing session with Ed Sheeran and The Game in LA. We had a good talk and some good laughs! That unnameable, rare thing where you hear a song and it suddenly changes your life. It was kind of another example of us playing with old ideas on our hard drive and mixing around vocals. Our editors update these tracks every week. And then in the first lockdown, we sped it up and produced the garage beat on it. It's been a key that's opened the door to all my significant relationships outside of family. Check back here early and often, and if you hear something you like, add it to your library. We all have emotions, and some of us have a better ability to recognize them. But on her first single since that release, Charli is ready to face the masses once again. Their new Apple Music Country show will begin with a key figure—an artist, a songwriter, a hitmaking producer—and then layer in stories about other figures, known and unknown, in that person's orbit. ' Because if you don't accept your flaws, how can you even begin to work through them? It airs weekly on Tuesdays at 5 p. So this song is really about the confusion of being so heartbroken but also having all this newfound freedom. , under exclusive license to UMG Recordings, Inc. Maybe you slow-dance with the person you love. Check back here early and often, and if you hear something you like, add it to your library. I grew up glued to MTV, and I remember that absolutely broke me. It's not do or die. Then Nicko [McBrain] comes in with this beat which is not the Keystone Cops, because I think we've got to the point where we feel confident enough that we can be dramatic without being in a hurry about it. Now I know when to really hit the gas and also when to come off a bit. That's my girlfriend's least-favorite song on the album. My choir teacher is a big reason why I had the courage to be a country musician, so I think it's so important for kids to have access to some type of music education. What I've always loved about music is its ability to transcend those things and show us how much we actually have in common. Radio, the composer, musician, and podcast host turns his attention to a new question: These cassette mixtapes you used to make for your friends, what should those sound like now in this digital age? This playlist is updated often, so if you hear something you like, add it to your library. When the rug is pulled out on you with religion, I was left with nothing. There's always more stories to hear and stories to tell and stories to help share, to connect people to. Now independent, Kelleigh continues to write and record music on her own terms in between her Apple Music show. He was almost certainly a full-blown alcoholic, but a functioning one. But most of the songs are unrelated. Aggett takes us through it, track by track. DJ Spinna will be your tour guide as he travels through different eras and brings you memorable classics that span the globe. You've got to think more about the song.。 I started writing it after a really crazy night out in East London, when I was honestly so hung over. But while announced release dates came and went and became something of a guessing game among fans, the content of the actual final product was rarely in doubt: a 27-track opus that encapsulates nearly all of the music he played over the course of the IRL previews, including multiple versions of several songs. Now, Scott is branching out into the world of radio with Country Faith Radio—showcasing uplifting songs of the country variety in which music and faith intertwine. He said horrible things about women. Dedicated to Nadia Ntuli and Mercedes Morr. I don't know where I was going, but I just started singing, 'There's a hole inside of me and it's shaped like you,' into my voice notes. But also metaphorically, whatever I want, I'm going to get in the same way, essentially. Incredible riff from Adrian, and basically no guitar solo. On her radio show Color Me Country, the singer-songwriter brings to the forefront the Black, Indigenous, and Latinx histories of country music that for too long have lived outside the spotlight and off mainstream airwaves. I could have ended on the last track, easily, but, I don't know, it's kind of like doing 99 reps. Because in the pandemic, we had to really work with what we had. It feels like a battle cry, a rebirth. I was staying at my cousin's house in New Orleans, and I remember feeling like I was doing something wrong. So he turned his attention to the racks of keyboards around him and began indulging in the kind of noodly, arpeggiated, minor-key synthscapes that people often associate with singular film composers like John Carpenter and Goblin. Our editors update these picks regularly. That game was based on something called military chess. The track is an ode to the ladies who love ladies that features the pair professing their affinity, peppering their verses with flexes galore, of course. 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. It felt like a really good, important moment for the album. On his Apple Music Hits show Groove Velocity, Bluey brings his experience and wealth of musical knowledge as he highlights the best soul, jazz, and funk music. I think being honest allows you to take responsibility and own your faults, so you can kind of become one with them. 2016-08-20 にし トリキュラーED(Triquilar ED) こちらは7日間の休薬中の偽薬がついているタイプです。 。

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