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I'd start all my festivals with that song. mzstatic. Because it's inevitable that your life is going to change and you're going to go to different places, but you've got to keep your core with you, and this song really gave me a chance to express that the right way. mzstatic. Bush and the invasion of Iraq controversial opinions at the time, especially for their conservative fanbase. 4b364b8b182f4115acbf6deb83bd5222? I did so many different bits and pieces with [English songwriter and producer] Jamie Scott. We're on our phones all the time, and we're almost tracking each other in a weird way. mzstatic. If you like something, add it to your library. I want to live my life. I made it happen. apple. So I went home, listened to some Jack Johnson, came to the studio two days later and was fully committed. I was falling asleep four years ago and I just heard that guitar part. And when he said it, I was like, 'This is what I needed to hear,' because you struggle with confidence and shit when you forget yourself and you forget who you are. So I wanted to bring you there by sampling a bunch of surf rock stuff, so that's where the initial happy vibe came from. I wanted to make this album an ode to my past and an ode to Ventura, where I'm from, and Ventura is really a surf town. mzstatic. There was something about it. 07405f59596b402385451fa14695eec4? cxpossjq. abe8ba42278f4ef490e3a9fc5ec8e8c5? Like, 'This is who I am, being very confident and verging on cocky. Such themes might not be quite what you expect from a singer who, in 2019, got married to art dealer Caspar Jopling. I feel like I've redeemed myself now, and it's time to move on. mzstatic. That's the emotional story behind it. I think we always want to keep our fans on their toes, surprised and hearing new things from us. And then iann dior, who is also super awesome, I met him one night at Rolling Loud, and he was perfect for it too. apple. apple. For this song, I envisaged things connected with nature and flowers and all the beautiful things we associate the outdoors with. apple. And I think you'll hear that with upcoming releases more. apple. During a semifinal run, I was going down this 25-foot roll, at 35, 40 miles an hour. Who knew that life could be so great by yourself? Just kind of being sick of this superficiality of everything, which I think has been driven by things like Instagram—I think it's a real thing. ' When I listen to that song, that's probably one of the closest songs to my heart on the whole record, because I let go of so much through that song. His name was Danny Stromboli and his sister was in the lake and she couldn't swim. So that's how it happened really. apple. mzstatic. I was also conscious when I was writing this album that we were doomed and something was happening and the world was changing. mzstatic. mzstatic. And then just talking about my time in New York and telling this fairy-tale story about meeting this person. She's out there by herself, she's screaming, and there was no lifeguards, nothing. It felt like a safe space to be able to go there and really pour your heart out onto the track. And then the other side of being famous comes with all these emotions of leaving people behind, them feeling attached to you, and then you essentially feeling resentment. This is the first and last Oliver Tree album. They just sing random lines that you would probably find in old pop songs, like ABBA songs. And he just makes such like beautiful music—stuff that really hits the soul. apple. I got serpentwithfeet on the track because I wanted there to be a kind of beautiful disruption and I just had this instinct that I wanted him on the first track. I had this guy called Ola Gjeilo, who is a Norwegian composer, play at my wedding. I live in Hollywood, I'm in movies, I go on tour and go around the world, and I'm so removed from my center that I just wanted to talk to all the people from my past and ask them what they thought about what was going on or just get their view on things. This stuff isn't important. 0b593f1142b84a50a2c1e7088b3fb683? And then Raphael just starts playing the guitar and playing the keys and playing the bass and just starts creating the prettiest song I've ever heard. And then when I cut it, I sent it to Tyga, who I was expecting to take months and months and months to do it, but Tyga is such a professional, he just did it the same day. Ultimately, if they forgive me or not, I don't give a fuck. It was like a utopia—kind of like reaching this place of incredible enlightenment. mzstatic. What I'm trying to sing about is that I don't think I've always treated people right, and I think that there's been some times in my life where I've been troubled and it's affected the way that I treat people, and the love I give people. mzstatic. I let a lot of people down when I had to cancel the album. editorialartwork. apple. apple. It's just about an enigmatic thing. The euphoric single surges with irresistible and triumphant electricity, with each singer showing off both their stunning vocal ranges and their flair for the theatrical. mzstatic. There's not many metaphors in that song, which I love about it. 'The Sun,' it's like he makes up for it and just wants to get back to a place where he loves those people. Naturally, that bothers me, and I think that instinctively, for all female artists, they feel like they've always had to try that bit harder or go that bit further, when in a fairer world that wouldn't have to be the case. mzstatic. mzstatic. And I want you to know that I believe it could be that. Maybe it's a figment of my imagination. Being famous is awesome, but it also means you have to leave people behind, and you have to forget in a sense. We wanted to bring it back down to having family around you; friends and someone you love dearly is way more important than any of that. He either produced it or helped produce it or played something or sang background vocals—he's all over it. Formerly The A-List: Rock, this playlist is updated regularly, so if you like a song, add it to your library. mzstatic. Should I just sleep on it? apple. Jadakiss and Styles P going back and forth is my favorite part about hip-hop in general. Our patterns tend to repeat themselves, some for better, some for worse. mzstatic. Before I could take any more steps forward in my life, I felt like I needed to go back and find what was in him and take a little bit of that and bring it with me. apple. But songs like this are great to sing along to and great to indulge in grief and sadness and your ex and all that kind of stuff. They're more honest than ever, and that makes them more relatable. apple. apple. apple. afirdziy. apple. apple. It was the most simple way that I could really describe coming into womanhood. apple. She showed me Rico Nasty, and me and her have been big Rico Nasty fans for going on like two years now, and she also gave me the idea of flipping the Beastie Boys song because it has KYLE energy to it. apple. But at the same time, I feel like so many women need to be empowered with things like that, and need to understand not to settle for someone just because you need someone. mzstatic. We update this playlist every week, so if you hear something you like, add it to your library. And I was in such a good place that I think that it was like a hyper kind of happiness. apple. I ended up running naked through the desert for about six hours and I nearly died that night. apple. The song is fully live—we all were playing together in the room, and it just feels like I should have done that earlier in my career. And we just wrote that thing in about 10 minutes. But to me it felt like a waltz where you're just dancing by yourself. mzstatic. mzstatic. apple. I don't remember writing that, that's amazing. There was a quarrel with that, and then he finally accepts it in 'What It Is. apple. You feel like you have to literally erase that person to not think about them. apple. That's usually how I end up with lyrics. This playlist is updated often, so if you hear something you like, add it to your library. There really isn't enough hours in the day to do what we need to do. Something that holds me back or something that pulls me forward. Fortunately, heavy music's new class keeps plenty of huge riffs and rage-worthy choruses coming every week—and we've collected the best and most brutal of 'em here. I'm with this guy for the wrong reasons, and actually he just makes me feel like shit. apple. apple. He's just an amazing guitarist and songwriter. And I think the me in high school was so undefeatable. That was a very honest moment there. In other words, certain types of pop music can speak to the heart in ways that make you feel grateful just to be alive. mzstatic. I was able to just chuck loads of stuff at it, and it never felt crowded. Absolution. apple. すべて• 02b98f9d97e54709be8272fc297636a4? mzstatic. I was listening to The Blaze, and they have such empty lyrics, but at the same time, they're so meaningful. mzstatic. mzstatic. It's a sexual thing as well. The first time I heard it, I was absolutely in love with it. mzstatic. apple. ' I think that you don't see women do that enough. How do you know what to say first and last? mzstatic. mzstatic. Also, it feels kind of Santana-influenced with that guitar solo that comes in—and it feels very beachy. apple. That's where the Super Duper Kyle was born, that 17-year-old that just knew he could do anything. apple. AzChike happens to be one of my favorite rappers—my girl actually showed me AzChike. mzstatic. apple. mzstatic. mzstatic. Vindication. mzstatic. ' It's also about how a confident person handles fuckery, or handles someone trying to diss them. ' I loved exploring that. storefronts. I'm with this guy for the wrong reasons, and actually he just makes me feel like shit. 2b0e6e332fdf4b7a91164da3162127b5? We all know people that we hope we'll never see again, but it's important to understand that we've all probably been jerks at some point in our lives, as well. And Mr. mzstatic. So check back often, and if you hear something you like, add it to your library. apple. apple. mzstatic. mzstatic. And that felt really important for us as adult people to explore that side of ourselves, and to be more mature on this record. And then they would just put it over this really simple beat with a really euphoric sense. apple. It was just tight to make a really unique collaboration, and Trippie killed it—he was perfect on the hook. I think I always end up associating things back to a person. mzstatic. under exclusive license to Atlantic Recording Corporation for the US and WEA International Inc. mzstatic. One thing I will say is do everything you want to do. mzstatic. mzstatic. I wrote this song in LA, and there were a lot of these kinds of songs on the radio. If that person that you like switches up that energy on you and they don't respond to your text or something, it's easy to get caught up. mzstatic. c3bb6e64c59a469dbf63ef893b57cfd2? I love that idea. It's definitely been something that at times has made me want to rip my hair out completely and be like, 'Ah, I want to be present. mzstatic. inhabool. mzstatic. D' is me at peace. I don't know if you're going to like it. mzstatic. Somebody put it on YouTube, and I just loved this version. I don't really listen to music. I go flying roughly 12, 13 feet. mzstatic. Then it ended up just being this strange, disjointed track that was very synth-heavy. apple. And then I played that one, and I was like, 'I got this really weird one. mzstatic. ' So it kind of felt like we were channeling that frustration into a song. They just killed it. mzstatic. mzstatic. mzstatic. mzstatic. mzstatic.。 。 。 。 。

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