Drake – Controlla (Old School R&B Medley)
Drake – Controlla (Old College R&B Medley)
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Erykah Badu – Soulful Hip Hop With an R&B Flavor
Erykah Badu has been soulfully hip-hopping “like a rolling stone” about the tour circuit at the time of this writing, sometimes joining rappers on stage. Badu’s witchy voice is identified for delivering “hip-hop with an R&B flayvah,” or occasionally the inverse of that. She can also place some jazzy vocals with each other through her breathy note-sliding and larger-than-typical intervallic leaps of the pipes. Nevertheless, at the end of the night, she’s a contemporary Soul singer.
Obtaining said that, what is so far her most recent release, the 2008 album ‘New Amerykah, Part One particular,’ is the most hip-hop-oriented perform she has ever completed because she took the R&B/hip-hop globe by storm in 1997 with her debut album ‘Baduizm.’ That was an album that took hold of what was at the time a expanding trend in hip-hop–providing the sonically limited genre far more musicality by means of R&B’s earthy emotional passion and organic sounds. But Badu dropped the hammer with that style, giving listeners not just the bewitching voice that sang significantly more than rapped but also large beats and muscular, repetitive chord adjustments and melodies that had valuable small to do with the R&B of the 80s and 90s, alternatively hearkening back musically, at least somewhat, to Earth, Wind, & Fire, and even farther back to Motown and to the bluesy/jazzy functions of Badu’s idols, Nina Simone and Billie Holiday.
‘Baduizm’ opens up, right after an intro, with “On and On” and “Appletree,” and each of these “R&B with a hip-hop flayvah” delicacies show off Badu’s capacity to place sultry jazz inflections into severe soul singing, and sing off-beat and stretch the melodic progression in odd ways. But the album would never be mistaken for a jazz album, that’s for positive. The album surely stays within R&B and soul repetitiveness and hooks.
Badu followed up that main debut accomplishment with a no-no: a reside album. But with her voice and song selection, which included considerably of ‘Baduizm,’ some covers, and a single new single, this album, basically referred to as ‘Live,’ took her reputation to new heights, as she became more and more known for what is most likely her best trait as a musician: her gritty, potent live performances. This no-no had her record label execs singing “yes, yes, yes!”
Quick forward to 2008’s ‘New Amerykah, Component 1.’ This was her very first new material in 5 years, and her first new messages, lyrically, given that about the turn of the century. She had admitted that till this new album she hadn’t had something to say, and in the course of the hiatus from recording she considered quitting the music company totally.
‘New Amerykah’ finds Badu sounding like she’s inspired by hip-hop artists like Public Enemy. She collaborates on the album with her debut years’ veterans Karriem Riggins, James Poyser, and Ahmir Thompson, as properly as with Sa-Ra, 9th Wonder, and Madlib. Her beloved producer J. Dilla is dead, even so, and he gets a soulful, eight-minute send-off on “Telephone.” Elsewhere on the album, Badu delivers mystical lyrics that proclaim hip-hop to be far more potent than any god or government on “The Healer,” even though she talks about the considerably far more sinister power of drug dependency on “The Cell” and “That Hump.”
Some listeners might find her possessing drifted a small also far into hip-hop stylings and lyrical tropisms, but this is nevertheless Baduizm in da residence. It is nevertheless R&B with some hip-hop flayvah.
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