Mais acessadas de Tyler, The Creator. Slow It Down feat. Hodgy Beats Tyler, The Creator. We come through throbbing like thunder storms Make their feets get wet and funky up in they under arms I'm too explosive for your ears like I'm throwing bombs With the exclusive on the channel, bitch I know it's on Niggas get mad like cheerleaders, they throw they pom-poms Suck a dick, eat salaam getting they nails done in salons Hodgy Beats is like limp balm If you talk shit, I'll make you cry and tell your big moms I got nice hands, niggas eat out my big palms Haters must be starving nowadays I make California Vietnam And I'm going to embalm my creativity Into a CD-ROM, so you can feel this shit I'm on Turn it up, where's the bass? Bring the keys, yeah Turn it up, where's the bass? Bring the keys, oh my God Turn it up nigga, where's the bass?
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It was written and produced by Tyler, the Creator. The song was praised for Tyler's production, lyricism, and rapping. The song debuted at number 89 on the Billboard Hot with 6. The song also debuted on the Canadian Hot at number A music video, directed by Tyler under the pseudonym Wolf Haley, was released simultaneously with the single. He shared the lyrics to the song later that day. Neal Pogue , Mike Bozzi , and Vic Wainstein contributed mix, master, and record engineering, respectively. Tyler opens the song saying that he recorded it in one take. The single debuted at number 89 6.
As the singer for a band called Stereolab, she was essentially the voice of a young generation of young, independent music fans and a band that offered a really, really incredible pre-Internet window into so many amazing musical worlds. Although sadly, on an indefinite hiatus since about seven years ago, still is releasing incredible albums through her solo career. Ladies and gentlemen, put your hands together for Laetitia Sadier. How are you Laetitia? Once upon a time, France was your home — not quite Paris. Whereabouts were you born? Yes, I guess I always knew my place. Yeah, I always felt there was a lot of that. Also, if you dared stick your neck out as an artist, you were taken out and shot immediately. Though I love this city and I have many friends here.