Xo sad is the latest artist to take on Post Malone‘s emotive hip-hop track “I Fall Apart,” off his 2016 album Stoney.
In fact, after an infallible rework from Slander, xo sad follows a slew of artists that have jumped on a variety of Post Malone’s heavy-hitting chart-toppers. Unlike their contemporaries, xo sad exudes an undeniably distinct undertaking.
Instantaneously, the track kicks off with a punk-meets-hip-hop style. Altered alternative rock-tinged vocals imbue a deeper sense of longing and devastation. Through the pairing of this vocal style and guitar chords after the drop, as opposed to the thumping bass of the original, xo sad points to the aptness of their moniker name, which is one we hope to see more from quite soon.
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Someone really let Billy Corgan direct his own 40-minute silent film, the thing he decided to do rather than making a bunch of actual music videos. I dare anyone not related to Corgan to sit through the entire thing. Just scrubbing through Pillbox so I could post about it was a painful experience. As a … More »
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Given Post Malone’s ubiquitousness at the top of the charts, it’s no surprise he’s received numerous remixes. With Slander‘s recent rework of “I Fall Apart” blazing a trail, Crankdat is the latest producer to unveil his take on the the crooner’s originals.
The producer gave the “Re-Crank” treatment to Malone’s hit “Rockstar.” While the original maintains a melancholy, loose vibe throughout, Crankdat opts to veer his remix into the ominous. A vibrant drop, with a soaring lead and thundering percussion fills, ups the energy while freshening the affair up into a work all its own.
It’s been 6 months since Wet Paint has dropped new music, but this new Post Malone remix was well worth the wait! Drawing inspiration from experimental electronic acts such as Flume, Odesza and incorporating musical instrumentation in the vein of Keys N Krates into their live performance, these up and coming Canadian natives have something
In the midst of Slander‘s immensely busy touring schedule and a recent slew of original releases, the Los Angeles-based bass virtuosos have reworked master crooner Post Malone‘s emotive “I Fall Apart,” off his 2016 album Stoney.
The pair’s modified rendition of “I Fall Apart” is not only an impressive sonic ascension for the two, as they too seem to have concocted just the ample amount of bass to inject into the number without it losing its vehement centrality. But in both the intensely employed bassline and formidable synth work, Slander exudes a poignant remix that ought for its listener to utterly fall apart in its polishing.
Post Malone’s hazy, watery 21 Savage collab “Rockstar” has been the #1 song in the country for weeks now, and as of this morning, it now has a music video. Considering that this is already an enormous hit, it’s a bit weird that Post Malone and director Emil Nava decided to go … More »
A-Trak really is the king of the turntables. In the past, A-Trak has uploaded short clips of “real DJing,” and this time A-Trak follows through once again. This time around, A-Trak decided to flip and scratch Post Malone and 21 Savage’s “Rockstar” during an epic 12 minute long YouTube upload. Watch as A-Trak cue points,