Derek 'MixedByAli' Ali TDE
The 14-track project was produced by F Keys, Terrace Martin, Childish Major, and Nez & Rio.
It also includes guest appearances from Ty Dolla Sign, DRAM, SiR, and YG.
quand ya du Childish Major ou Terrace Martin c validé direct
j'ai dl ça hier soir, ça m'a interpellé les blazes. il sort de american idol si j'ai bien compris
pareil au debut jpensais c'etait une douille comme camelia cabello
il vient de X Factor USA
According to his team, the R&B singer is now working on a jazz album with Martin and Robert Glasper.
The project is set to drop at the end of the year.
Music is in your bloodline. Your father was a drummer for early '90s new jack swing groups New Edition and Bell Biv DeVoe, while your aunt sang background vocals for Marvin Gaye. When did you know music would be your career path too?
To be completely honest, as far as being driven, it was high school. I began art school in the sixth grade. But I was hanging around and getting in trouble. I really did not take it seriously. In the ninth grade, I started auditioning for things. Still, from day one, my mother put a mic in my hand.
Whether it was drums or a keyboard, [my mother] always gave me an opportunity to do music. High school was when my focus hit. That was when I started trying to make beats. Well, I was trying to figure myself out. The music was always that one. I can really lean back on it.
Explain to fans who The Underdogs are and what they mean to you personally.
The producers, The Underdogs, mean a lot. Harvey [Mason Jr.] and Damon [Thomas], they brought me in. It was the first studio I had been to -- the old Tupac Shakur studio. It is called No Name Studios now. Kanye [West] bought it. I began there in November of 2013. I was learning from a lot of the writers under The Underdogs, but that was not when I started coming up. I was writing in the studio every day getting told my shit was wack. [Laughs] It was the real work. It was hard. They'd tell me, "Nah, bro! You gotta really do this. You gotta learn how to build a full song. You need to learn how to capture the people. You cannot just write nonsense. You need to think."
The experience made me learn a lot about myself, and style. I learned how to build and [create] songs. [The Underdogs] have so many R&B hits -- it helped to be around them. A lot of the writers or the producers within that camp are the people that write the hits now. I was trying to be like them.
j'ai écouté hier soir, et c'est à la hauteur du casting, à la premiére écoute je trouve ça frais, doux, homogéne, pas de single de puta bref excellent! bonne surprise et direct dans le phone
pareil j'ai ecouter ça vendredi et j'ai bien kiffer, le mec est authentique et ça donne envie de revenir dessus !
Gucci The South Memphis King : smokin on da dro you can act like you dont kno
pareil, dl sans connaître, juste pour la pochette et les noms connus : je ne regrette pas, c'est frais !
putain c'est vraiment une dinguerie, j'adore, j'ai écouté que ça aujourd'hui, ultra talentueux ce mec et il s'est s'entouré, c'est survalidé! pure came. ça promet pour la suite. "Communication" c'est clairement le prochain single, la folie ce morçeau, jlé ponçé
allez un petit bémol pour faire mon chieur, la vibe de "Who Came Up Missin" est énorme j'aurais kiffé que ça dure plus que 2minutes
C'est la mode les mauvais chanteurs en ce moment on dirait
Ouais bon, il n'a pas de puissance vocale, c'est vrai, mais c'est pas un mauvais chanteur pour autant. Le projet est super bien produit et lui il fait le taff oklm, c'est même au-dessus de pas mal de sorties RnB ces derniers temps je trouve.
Beeda : They gave my dawg a long sentence, he can't even read a book.
Bien kiffé ce projet
Oui c'est clairement le haut du panier. Etonnant vu le parcours du mec.
Après j'attends surtout de ouf le projet Jazz avec Terrace Martin et Robert Glasper.
Arin Ray – We Ain’t Homies (feat. YG)
Arin Ray, Echerme Bruno, Eiffely Bruno, Kenneth Wynn
ce single/clip passe trés bien