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Top definition. The type of music that started as a subgenre of trance and is still considered so by many people. Trance fans usually call is happy hardcore.
I just need a thug Won't you be my plug, aye You could be the one, aye We could start with a handshake baby I'ma need more than a hug. Girls can't never say they want it Girls can't never say how Girls can't never say they need it Girls can't never say now. Girls can't never say they want it Girls can't never say how Girls can't never say they need it Girls can't never say now, oh now.
The song contains an interpolation of the drums from the song " The Big Beat " by American rock guitarist Billy Squierwho received a writing credit on "Girl on Fire". Keys recorded a three-track suite for the song, consisting of the main version in addition to two remixes. The first remix, titled "Inferno", adds two new verses from American hip hop artist Nicki Minajwhilst the second mix titled "Bluelight" strips back the drums and piano leaving a sparse bass-led production and re-recorded "smokey" vocals.
Each week, Vulture highlights the best new music. Listen to them all. But fear not, because Haim sees it and has decided to fight it with a certified jam by the name of what else?
My dreams play out against a Pepto-Bismol pink backdrop. The longer his lyrics are ensconced in my brain, the more certain I feel that Drake has brought the Rogers and Hammerstein gender politics to hip-hop. Tearfully recalling the days when she abided by the Victorian principle of domestic angel?
At the start of this year Joe Muggs penned a Mixmag column titled Forgetting about vocal house anthems is a betrayal of club music's rootscelebrating songs that raise spirits on the dancefloor with glorious choral turns and simultaneously hitting out at the detractors. It got us thinking about all the massive vocal house bangers out there and we quickly concluded that vocal house is one of the most powerful energies in the universe. And so we decided to compile a selection of the greatest vocal house songs ever and inject a fat measure of joy into the life of anyone who comes across it.
Ever since receiving the Teaches of Peaches more than 15 years ago, the landscape of pop has been irrevocably changed, and irreversibly genderfucked. Perhaps only Peaches could accidentally select twelve female-identifying DJs from the hordes of male producers who regularly crowd them out of gigs and festival line ups, to remix her album. How did the idea come about to make a remix album for Rub?