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The only problem is that his number is "9-1-1." Maybe that's the easiest explanation of Tyler, the Creator we'll ever get. But beyond hearing these artists on one song, it’s great knowing that this song—which will soon be played just about everywhere—includes a Pharrell verse warning about drinking the Donald Trump Kool-Aid.
Even something as upbeat as her pop-focused “Green Light” with its cheering chorus falls into that uneasy space that doesn’t exactly a major or minor melody.
Nicole Miglis's vocal performance on "Blanket Me" is among the finest—if not the finest—of the year.
Midway through the track, she enters a cyclical chant of the words "blanket me" that last for nearly two minutes.
On his latest album, he again surprises every listener by making something that seems truly sincere. Lonely" is a fascinating and seemingly honest exploration of solitude. Then that beat hits like you’ve just been dropped in the middle of the most dizzyingly lit club.
"I'm the loneliest man alive, but I keep on dancing to throw them off," he raps as the chorus begs you to call him. It happens again as Rihanna comes into her verse with a confident, comfortable groove.