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I want to give Iggy Azalea the benefit of the doubt. I don’t know what an Australian ex-patriot that’s lived all over the dirty south since she’s 16 is supposed to sound like. I mean, worrying about whether someone is “real” is kind of a stupid thing don’t you think? Because you CAN over think this. Macklemore worries all the time about a white man taking over a black art-form and it’s made him downright neurotic.
So glad that SF Debris was picked up for TGWTG! Chuck has always been one of my absolute favourites, and for the longest time I called him the ‘last great independent reviewer’, as everyone else is part of a channel or group. But now he’s probably the biggest ‘indie’ guy going onto TGWTG, and considering some of the problems that happened earlier in the year, I’m so happy that he got this. Three cheers for Chuck!
I know this isn’t Todd related but SOURCE?
I LOVE SF DEBRIS and if you guys haven’t ever given him a try, go check him out, because he is just amazing.
After finding Todd in the Shadows, I now pay attention and analyse current pop music. Todd is great because he disputes the idea that if you listen to pop music you are shallow, and that it’s fine to like pop music. If I had my own review show, I would review UK pop music because there is a lot of songs that don’t chart in the US that are big hits here, and that includes bad and good songs, (and a lot of mediocre club hits), but I realise I’d just be a rip off of Todd.
I just finished watching Todd’s review of “Informer” by Snow, and the chorus is pretty much incomprehensible gibberish, like the lyrics that are supposed to go there don’t seem to have enough syllables
But I swear to god it sounds like “Informer, you know Cinema Snob…” as the first line and I now that I’ve heard it I cannot unhear it
Like see for yourself! (x) The first chorus is around 0:12, if you wanna skip the bizarre opening bit
FYI I totally filled the queue up with like two weeks of posts because while I am going to try my best to keep up with this I am also a total slacker since I got a full-time job.