Being a music lover I enjoy lot’s of songs and truly don’t really discriminate in my taste or what I listen to, however there are some songs that leave you wanting more because it’s so short, it’s an intro, interlude, or not a normal piece for a song, but you love them even if you wish they were another piece entirely. There still fire regardless.
J Cole Note To Self
On “Forest Hills Drive” J Cole didn’t have time to give credit to everyone he wanted so this song was his way of doing that. It was good & threw a curveball at people listening.
Lil Wayne Don’tGetIt
On the “Carter III,” Lil Wayne was spitting the whole album and the song starts off normally & even samples Nina Simone but then it takes a pivot because he starts speaking on several things from drugs & prison time to sex offenders to even humanity.
Snoh Allegra All I have-Intro
Snoh Allegra is a phenomenal talent that is good at what she does & one of her earlier works was “Feels” & “All I Have” is on there which is a masterpiece under 2 minutes, and when looking at it from a broad perspective there are lots of songs under 3 minutes & most times its quality over quantity and same goes for this. However, even though it’s short and it’s an intro but it still really good.
Intro & Graduation Day on College Dropout
Kanye West was a phenomenal talent (still is) who made three great Albums in “College Dropout” “Late Registration” & “Graduation” we focus on College Dropout in that album he made the song “We Don’t Care” but it’s sandwiched between two skits that have the late Bernie Mac RIP. They were good.
Logic Grandpa’s Space Ship
Logic puts together some phenomenal work as a musician from “The Incredible True Story” “Everybody” or “Bobby Tarantino” with our focus is on Bobby Tarantino II. It no secret that he is cool with the team of Rick & Morty, he was even on the show, so it made sense because that the characters were featured on the before mentioned album & they break down the difference or Logic on mixtapes vs albums.
For Free? Kendrick Lamar
When you look at “To Pimp A Butterfly” it’s a Rap Album but is mixed with Jazz as well. It’s an outside of the box album and this song is no different it . This song talks about a lot & every person has a different perspective but it’s good.