4/27/2013 6:44:11 AM
Duets, or collaborations made by two artists (preferably, a male and a female singer), is one of the best things we can hear at the present musical scene. You got Cruisin’ (Huey Lewis and Gwyneth Paltrow), Just My Imagination (Babyface and Gwyneth Paltrow), Nobody Wants to Be Lonely (Ricky Martin and Christina Aguillera), My Boo (Usher and Alicia Keys), to name a few.
Honestly speaking, I rarely listen to the mainstream pop music nowadays. Perhaps, it’s because I don’t have much time to listen to the CHR-formatted stations. Though popular music may be some kind of bubble-gum like impact at present, I still believe that there are few songs out there (let’s say 1 or 2 out of 10) that can deliver good rhythm. At least on a shallow, superficial mindset, there is.
I’ve been digging this latest single from Pink off her latest album. It was a hell sick collaboration with Fun’s vocalist Nate Ruess.
Okay, for a few hours or so of listening to this track, I suffered another bad-ass case of the popular disease known as “Last Song Syndrome.”
Vocally-speaking, these two artists have done a good job in doing collaborations just like that. Maybe because their voice complemented each other as I am listening to it for I guess… almost 40 times. Jeez!
Nothing much to say though. I wonder if the worldwide mainstream can do another epic duet just like that.
Well, just give me a reason to prove that, folks.
Author: slickmaster | © 2013 september twenty-eight productions