Ok alright yes ok wow,
Here’s a fiery, yet smooth-as-butter, remix of an ACTUAL commencement speech written by a gal named Mary Schmich, that was turned into a dope spoken word song called Everybody’s Free (To Wear Sunscreen) by Baz Luhrmann in 1998. Watch the original and very retro music video for the song HERE.
Baz Luhrmann // Wear Sunscreen (Mau Kilauea Remix)
Just stay with me here.
Adult Mom // I Think I’m Old Enough
If you didn’t like that song, try this one:
SBTRKT // VOICES IN MY HEAD Ft. A$ap Ferg
If you weren’t feeling that one, listen to this one:
Seekae // Monster
Okay you have to like this one:
Laura Welsh // Hollow Drum
Seriously if you don’t like any of those you’re messed up in the cranium and should see a specialist.
whatever someone you become, and wherever you are in the world, i’m sending you love. you’re my friend to the end.
HEAVY HEARTS // They Grow, Beautiful
FKJ // Waiting feat. Madelyn Grant
And in the far right corner, weighing in at (I won’t try to guess his weight), aged 17 (yeah he’s 17), is Sam Gellaitry. Master of releasing a ton of really short but masterfully created previews of singles, this lil’ homie looks very promising. His designated genre ranges anywhere from deep house to trap and just about everything in between, so I guess you could say he really doesn’t have a designated genre…?
And last but not least, one of the best Drake reworks I’ve ever heard, is his track drake. Obviously since he’s the master of extremely short but beautiful songs, it’s only 54 freakin’ seconds long. So this is a PSA to the music world to message this kid and tell him to give the people what they want and drop an extended version.
HANA ~ ASK U
prod. by Dylan of dickforever enterprises. listen or die.
forever in love w/ u