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 No.7389[Reply]

To unite the people and put an end to the war. I don't speak either though, I think this one is russian.
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 No.7391

>>7390
Sick beat

 No.7994

Hi I thought I'd do a translation of a post-soviet Russian song (rap?) on the architect of shock therapy on the Russian economy after the collapse of the USSR, Yegor Gaidar. Might be of interest to leftists interested in the USSR, or might not. I will provide cultural context explanations to the best of my ability albeit it's not *all* clear to me.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xiEeTkLc-Fk

Arkadiy Gaidar's[1] grandson worked very hard
That's why the lazy and dirty masses hate him
He achieved success by following the precepts of Alisa Rosenbaum[2]
He wasn't taken by drink or despair like some others in Zimbabwe[3]
Winter, the hoarse voices of grandmas at the bazaar [4]
But Mr. Gaidar just started with himself [5]

He took notes from Adam Smith's works
Dissected into atoms the lives of the well-fed [the haves]
The free market, the concept of the individual,
A man is a poisonous snake to another man. [6]

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 No.7995

Apparently, Gershwin's song Summertime from Porgy and Bess was inspired by this Ukrainian folk lullaby along with an African-American Spiritual called Sometimes I Feel Like a Motherless Child

 No.7996

>>7995
Sheet music with translation

 No.7997

>>7389
I like her, she's like the Ukrainian Lana Del Rey.



 No.7965[Reply]

>Harry Belafonte, the effortlessly graceful singer credited with popularizing calypso in the U.S. in the 1950s who then marched at the forefront of the country’s civil rights struggle for half a century, died Tuesday, according to his spokesperson.
>He was 96.
>Belafonte died of congestive heart failure at his home in New York City, longtime spokesperson Ken Sunshine confirmed to NBC News.

 No.7967

Nearly 100, RIP

 No.7968

F



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 No.7951[Reply]

When I saw the Mario movie with my brother & a friend of his about a week ago, I saw a preview for yet another Trolls movie. Do you think Justin's tapping out with regard to serious studio releases? Man of the Woods (2018) had some goofy cuts like "Supplies" but you could at least consider that a genuine attempt of his at modern R&B (though The Weeknd basically had a monopoly on that for at least a year by that point).


 No.7930[Reply]

Ecstatic vibrations, totally transcendent


 No.7865[Reply]

Trying to find tracks similar to this. I love the chanting


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 No.6404[Reply]

When I listen to old soviet post WW2 or revolutionary songs I just get goosebumps.
The music is always and absolute masterpiece, the text gives me pride of my country and people, russia, pride to my ancestry that fought for it. And just the fucking urge and will to go to the street with my USSR flag a weapon and fucking fuck up those capitalist motherfuckers that cause all the pain of the world.

but I cant, i shouldnt because id be alone, I wont and i feel like the great revolution will never happen… So, listening to songs like polyushka polye, the soviet anthem, russian road etc. make me proud, happy, and sad but also motivated.

What about you guys?

 No.6451

ЕСЛИ НА ОЧИЗНУ НАГРЯНЕТ БЕДА,
ПОЗОВьЁТ СОЛДАТА ТРУБАААААААААААА!
I like "My Army".

These songs are some of the best motivational material ever. Makes sense for military songs, where keeping morale is important. Plus, Soviet music represented the many peoples of the USSR through values of friendship and unity IMO.
You shouldn't be sad and feel like the revolution won't happen, товарищ анон. No one knows for sure what the future holds, but I am certain the victory of the people has already been decided by History.

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 No.7848[Reply]

>For I will part from the mind, and you will part from me
>You finding another mind (Woo), and I, another soul
What did he mean by this?

 No.7850

Idk, breaking up a relationship where they both wanted different things from each other



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 No.7843[Reply]

can we get past the misogyny or what
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=urmfyMOv8DQ


 No.7831[Reply]

How Tame Impala Became Rap’s Favorite Rock Band

Is Kev parker basically the J Dilla of rock?


 No.7291[Reply]

This style of dance music has been having a slight resurgence the past few years online and on east coast/midwest US club circuits
>Footwork, also called juke, footwork/juke or Chicago juke, is a genre of electronic music derived from ghetto house with elements of hip hop, first appearing in Chicago in the late 1990s. The music style evolved from the earlier, rapid rhythms of ghetto house, a change pioneered by RP Boo. It may draw from the rapid rhythms and sub-bass frequencies of drum & bass. Tracks also frequently feature heavily syncopated samples from rap, pop and other sources, and are often around 160 bpm.

Compilation of footwork tracks from Lima, Peru: https://matracanetlabel.bandcamp.com/album/lima-footwork
Mexico: https://soundcloud.com/jukemx/sets/traxmex-vol-1
https://soundcloud.com/jukemx/sets/traxmex-vol-2
https://soundcloud.com/tentoesturbo/regent-street-x-lukro-fyah
Japan: https://japanesemutationbootyism.bandcamp.com/album/japanese-juke-footworks-compilation
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 No.7334

>>7292
RIP DJ RASHAD);

 No.7336

>>7333
>Theres also a new wave of drill rappers using club beats.
Not sure how I feel about that. Usually rapping doesn't have interesting enough lyrics to justify adding into a genre where looped and distorted samples fit better as a vocal element.

 No.7352

>>7336
I for one like drill rap so I never had a problem with it, but I see where your coming from especially if you dont like drill.

that being said I still find impressive that anyone is able to rap over club beats and it still sounding good. Drill now is basically the zoomer equivalent of thrash in 80s so pretty inescapable

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