I really liked this song, probably because I felt it had a lot of ambition. It manages to keep the listener's attention for a good four and a half minutes. I didn't like it how there was just silence for the last ten or so seconds of this. This is a minor complaint and I am very glad to have listened to this. You've heard one technological song, you've heard them all, but this was still unique. It had a nice boogey feeling to it.
It makes you think about the most abstract kinds of instruments that were used for this. There are some parts where it's more soothing. It's the kind of thing you're not expecting. I like the use of piano keys or possibly organ. It's not often you get a song with this much variety.
This is great. I wish it hadn't ended
Well. Goddamn Martin.
You've done it this time man. Been keeping an eye on you since forever (when OMAR just came out) and I knew you were going pro faster than K-fed was going nowhere.
Excellent. Simply excellent. Your skills have improved drastically in each album.
I usually do a pro/con panel per my review but there is nothing that can be said here (as an affecionado of music that has listened to every genre in copious amounts) that I am skilled enough to remark on.
All I can do is appreciate the phenomenal work you put out.
Keep it up. Don't forget the love for the music (which is apparent in your tracks).
Hey bud! That breakdown at 1:50 was helluva interesting!
Nice song. not really too touch, but not fruity. It's kinda futuristic, like what'd you expect from the coolest will smith future movie ever! ha, though, the random transitioning kinda killed it sometimes. I know it's a preview. and all the songs sound GREAT! the one at 3:00 i didn't like as much. I liked all the others though, and like i said, at 1:50 i stopped what i was doing and made myself write a review. You have the talent! Keep working at it!
Very well keep up the good work
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