This radar has some of my fav artists, then a bunch of other stuff. Be sure to read Ozone's post because it looks like we have a lot of common stuff this week.
Radar Repeats - 3
Songs about sloppy toppy - 2
Songs with too many primary artists - like all of them
26 - Lauv - I LOVE LAUV SO MUCH. One of my absolute favs. What a great way to kick off my Friday!
Jeepers Creepers - Nathan James, LiL Lotus - Starts off a theme of going from really nicely produced pop/trap songs to guitar music. at 1:08 the lyrics got too stupid to not skip.
Tampa Bay - Ike Breeze, Snoop Dogg - It feels like I get every shitty feature the Doggfather does on my RR. This time he throws down a nice first verse, and the song has a smooth beat and good production.
Inflame the Light - Head Smashed, Sum 41, Bad Religion - Low-rent Alkaline Trio, in a bad way.
FLY HIGH - K DARK, Forus - Skip. Not sure this is in English.
Lush Rimbaugh - Thoreau Remix - Senses Fail, Thoreau - The Senses Fail remix no one asked for. Hey man, I got the free Waves lo-fi plugin last month too, we get it.
Loser - Sueco - THE HEADLINER SONG OF THE WEEK! Fuck I love Sueco. Potential to be this year's Tickets To My Downfall.
BOOK IT - DaBaby - DaBaby don't miss.
Loved You A Little - The Maine, Taking Back Sunday, Charlotte Sands - Low-rent Alkaline Trio, in a slightly less bad way. Could have benefitted from an additional primary artist on the track.
Push It - NLE Choppa, Young Thug - Two basketball references in the first three bars, I'm down.
Memory - Cheat Codes, Space Primates, GASHI - Good song to play in the background while you shotgun beers on snapchat.
Fallin - Lil Tecca - My solo artist name is gonna be Grown-Ass Shawn, to offset all these lil-someones. I like the autotune on the vocals.
CASUALTY - MOTHICA - I'm not sure that's the chord progression I'd personally build a song around, but they're on my release radar and I'm not on theirs, so maybe I should take notes.
Plastic Heart - Fame on Fire - More trap, less metalcore. For the record, I like both, but the trap parts were better than the metalcore parts. Very octane chorus.
USED2KNOW - Dro Kenji - Pleasantly listenable.
My Fantasy - Freestyle Fellowship - see last week's post.
In Between - Comeback Kid - Better than last week's song, but as a rule, I do not like Radar Repeats.
I'll Give You The Stars - Magnolia Park, fats'e, TITUS - We really ran the gamut of artist name capitalizations on this track. This song is softer than room-temperature butter in a Florida house with no AC.
Proud - Paper Route EMPIRE, Key Glock - Hate it when I get a clean version on my release radar. Spotify should let artists submit a clean and an explicit version to release radar since users can already toggle off explicit content.
Hustling & Scamming - Money Man, Jason Warhouse, 20$tacks - Somebody told him in life he has choices. Listened to it the first time, skipped it fast when writing the review.
Leg Day - Knox, John Harvie - High school virgins are gonna fucking love this song.
Message In A Bottle - Taylor Swift, Fat Max Gsus - Just add this guy to the production team. Love it. Another Radar Repeat.
Knowledge is a Weapon - The 7/777 PROJECT, Public Enemy, Antlive - If it doesn't start in English I'm skipping it.
mop - Gunna, Young Thug - These are some...questionable lyrics.
The American Dream - Memphis May Fire - Low-rent Ice Nine Kills.
Too Hot - NLE Choppa, Moneybagg yo - Not skipping, not saving.
Thorn - Underoath - One time ever, Underoath came on and I was like "this rocks!" This was not this time.
Start Up - Jonathan & Friends, Loote, emma love - lol @ the primary artist being "& Friends" then having two more primary artists. Enjoyable song.
Motorola Era - AZ, 2 Chainz - 40 year old virgin reference in the first bar is a pretty tough look. Dope beat but let's let someone else get on it.