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Discussion in 'Media' started by riofriz, Nov 8, 2017.
i like it, i feel ike i have heard this before lol <3
A lot of them sound identical too. Need proof?
You can’t get more generic than this, hot damn.
This is imprssive!! daaaaaaamn!!!
It is impressive. I just think it's hilarious that 6 Songs from different Years (albeit close together) sound identical
So this is actually a song i made with a friend, its portuguese hip hop i hope u guys enjoy it
Im the first one singing btw
OMG this sounds so NYC!
Reminds me of Immortal technique
@Conqueror's Haki Corner u got competition
I grew up listening immortal technique and lot more, beside rap im a huge fan of rock, i love pink floyd and led zeppelin i mean if One Piece were a rock band it would be Pink Floyd or Led Zeppelin xb
Let me show u Hip/hop-rap from my city
^^^^^ chicago's anthem of the 90s Do or die y'all
Meh, after the forum crashed for a couple of days i forgot about this!
Keep it alive!
I hate the music of my country.
But i love this one from Judgment's country.
wow ... You have Blues and Jazz and Folk. You have Gershwin and Jerome Kern. You have Gospel. You have Aretha and Bob Dylan and Johnny Cash and a million of other great singers. There is a lot beside trucks, women and beer and there is a lot of trucks, women and beer that worth spreading. The only problem is that usually everyone knows already everything it is to know about them ... .
I love the way you started
I've first time seen this forum a while ago. And I've been thinking a lot about it since then. Because I've been lucky enough to raise into a country where our musical heritage is huge. In fact I am who I am (as a music lover) more than 80% because my country's music. Growing up at the end of the 80's into a country where everything outside was near to nonexistent I've been exposed only to it so ... in the end I'm somehow grateful to this.
Anyway, to spread my country's music would be somehow a little more than hard even if because 2 things: 1st ... I would need more time than I could possible get only to order in my head everything I used to listed and 2nd .. because in any really good song, unless only instrumental, the lyrics are >60-70%. Well at least in what I would call a great song, where the lyrics and melody must make a whole so if someone's eyes are closed he can literally see what the singer is seeing.
So the big question for myself was ... if I would just try to compact everything what I would i get. And in the end I've got to the roots of my country's music ... music sung by peasants a few hundred years ago. Is not a joyful music but rather quite the contrary ... but whatever . I'm gonna try to list here from time to time such a song and perhaps I'll get sometime to a more modern music because we have also something like that and now we are in quite a very good moment and place when (more in the underground and clubs) we have a few very very very good singers.
So .... I'm gonna list here a song I've been using to listen (well more or less similar) sung by genuinely popular artists (no music schools) into the village I've been as a kid. Also the pictures are more or less similar to those I remember from back then.
This is one of my favorite from my favorite artist..
Here's few songs I like.
Another one. This one pretty near to the place I've grew up () so I can say that also something that is my musical DNA.
What is special here is that this was something that someone could usually listen/see in the villages from that region. And the older guy from violin is also a genuine artist without any school. Also he was around 80 at the time of that show.
is this Romani music? i like it!
This is the music that flows from my heart <3
Nope ....not even close to romani music . Unfortunately romanian and romani are somehow similar words but that's where this specific music stops being romani . Here in Balkans we have our share of romani people (actually here they are called Gipsy - romales meaning people in gipsy language) bun not in Maramures where that song came from. This one I posted is actually considered to be more close to the dacian music even if there are no real evidences just because is different by anything close and the people there are considered to be as close as possible with the ones who were there 2000 years ago.
On the other hand here is a romani song close enough to their traditional one (one who could some listen 100 years ago between their tents - they are afteral a migratory nation .
Very nice topic! I definitely will check out all the tunes posted here. Oh, it would be nice if people say from where the music came from. Very interesting reading and listening.
So, if anyone here is into any sort of brazilian music, I would be glad to talk about and show stuff. There's a lot of things, styles and sounds here. Really. Check out this brazilian psychedelic gem from the 60s: