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  • Having some problems, but don’t worry, Lil Shonkay soon +
  • Having some problems, but don’t worry, Lil Shonkay soon +
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  • how were your holidays?🥰💕💛💓🥰❤️💛💕💗
  • how were your holidays?🥰💕💛💓🥰❤️💛💕💗
  •  6  2 47 minutes ago
  • TOP ten rap albums of the year. These are opinonated Strong fact’s. Dont like it, theirs the door

    1. Kids See Ghosts-Kids See Ghosts

    Finaly at the number one best album of the year: Kids See ghosts. Kids see ghosts is a malgamation of two artists visions combined in2 one. One is a maga Head, the other has made a career off of sending these waves of energy through ppl that feel diffrent. Essentially the 2016 Republican ticket. On to the song’s: “Feel the love” features known exposer of marital problems Pusha T( i like to call him Pusha SS cuz he all ways tryna expose a hidden child). Songs like “Reborn” discuss both musicians careers and the scrutiny theyve faced. Cudi having to deal with mental problems and overcoming them and Kanye dealing with media perception of him as a crazy black guy when hes in fact an out of touch of african american.This album excels with combininga diffrent genres like rock,rap & pitino(cuz it lasts shorter then expected) All N All I give this album a classic 1 on my end yer album list.
  • TOP ten rap albums of the year. These are opinonated Strong fact’s. Dont like it, theirs the door

1. Kids See Ghosts-Kids See Ghosts

Finaly at the number one best album of the year: Kids See ghosts. Kids see ghosts is a malgamation of two artists visions combined in2 one. One is a maga Head, the other has made a career off of sending these waves of energy through ppl that feel diffrent. Essentially the 2016 Republican ticket. On to the song’s: “Feel the love” features known exposer of marital problems Pusha T( i like to call him Pusha SS cuz he all ways tryna expose a hidden child). Songs like “Reborn” discuss both musicians careers and the scrutiny theyve faced. Cudi having to deal with mental problems and overcoming them and Kanye dealing with media perception of him as a crazy black guy when hes in fact an out of touch of african american.This album excels with combininga diffrent genres like rock,rap & pitino(cuz it lasts shorter then expected) All N All I give this album a classic 1 on my end yer album list.
  •  5  1 1 hour ago
  • This week’s countdown of the 50 best-selling albums of all time based off of American records features the album Led Zeppelin II by the English rock legends Led Zeppelin in the .
    Originally released on October 22nd, 1969, this album, with 9 tracks running 44:49, was mostly produced by the band’s lead guitarist and songwriter Jimmy Page. This album built on the foundation of their first album by continuing to explore covers and inspiration from blues and folk music, and is often described as being the heaviest project in all of their discography.

    On the 15th of November 1999, the album was certified 12x Platinum by RIAA after selling over 12 million copies. Not only was this album one of the greatest-selling albums of the decade, but is also one of the most influential albums of all time. Period. This album is regarded as the quintessential heavy metal album, being a blueprint for all albums proceeding it.

    This album was an AMAZING entrance into Led Zeppelin’s music for me, as I had never listened to one of their projects in full. My favorite tracks on this 9-track heavyweight have to be Whole Lotta Love, Bring It On Home, and Ramble On, but the other tracks were not far behind it. I always loved playing blues music, and I have a great love for rock music, so a whole lot of these songs were perfect in blending the two styles, and it really shows how Led Zeppelin was able to master their sound in this second album.

    What do you guys think of this album? What albums do you want to be featured next on this account? Let us know through a DM or a comment! Much love <3
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    #music #musictoyouryear #ledzeppelin #led #zeppelin #rock #blues #listen #mtyy #mtyy17 #17 #2019 #musicallyear #year #rockmusic #piano #drums #guitar #metal #folk #best #albums #album #like #bass #1969
  • This week’s countdown of the 50 best-selling albums of all time based off of American records features the album Led Zeppelin II by the English rock legends Led Zeppelin in the . 
Originally released on October 22nd, 1969, this album, with 9 tracks running 44:49, was mostly produced by the band’s lead guitarist and songwriter Jimmy Page. This album built on the foundation of their first album by continuing to explore covers and inspiration from blues and folk music, and is often described as being the heaviest project in all of their discography.

On the 15th of November 1999, the album was certified 12x Platinum by RIAA after selling over 12 million copies. Not only was this album one of the greatest-selling albums of the decade, but is also one of the most influential albums of all time. Period. This album is regarded as the quintessential heavy metal album, being a blueprint for all albums proceeding it.

This album was an AMAZING entrance into Led Zeppelin’s music for me, as I had never listened to one of their projects in full. My favorite tracks on this 9-track heavyweight have to be Whole Lotta Love, Bring It On Home, and Ramble On, but the other tracks were not far behind it. I always loved playing blues music, and I have a great love for rock music, so a whole lot of these songs were perfect in blending the two styles, and it really shows how Led Zeppelin was able to master their sound in this second album.

What do you guys think of this album? What albums do you want to be featured next on this account? Let us know through a DM or a comment! Much love <3
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#music #musictoyouryear #ledzeppelin #led #zeppelin #rock #blues #listen #mtyy #mtyy17 #17 #2019 #musicallyear #year #rockmusic #piano #drums #guitar #metal #folk #best #albums #album #like #bass #1969
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  • Album: Greatest Hits
    Artist: Sly & the Family Stone
    Release Date: 21 November, 1970
    Genre: Funk
    Rating: 4.5 / 5
    [🇺🇸, 1970, cat: KE 30325]
  • Album: Greatest Hits
Artist: Sly & the Family Stone
Release Date: 21 November, 1970
Genre: Funk
Rating: 4.5 / 5
[🇺🇸, 1970, cat: KE 30325]
  •  42  1 2 hours ago
  • Sorry you didn't see him
    But I'm glad we talked
    Pearl Jam/Ten/1991
  • Sorry you didn't see him
But I'm glad we talked
Pearl Jam/Ten/1991
  •  30  3 2 hours ago