The album, ‘Lover’, was going to be named ‘Daylight’ after this song; this alone should tell you how important this song is.
This track in particular is a creative way to communicate the new values that West finds important by using an understandable and culturally relevant metaphor, which is a clever artistic choice.
Regardless of Kanye’s personal beliefs, this song is still a great example of the rap music that made Kanye popular — witty quips, strong opinions, and controversial topics.
“Frail State of Mind” is a realistic, first-person perspective of social anxiety: how it affects relationships, experiences, and mundane activities in a person’s daily life.
Coldplay is back after 4 years with a very emotional and real song and music video; “Orphans” is not only about a young girl from Damascus and her father, it’s about much more.
Gomez has managed to find hope and happiness after a difficult time in her life.
Selena Gomez has just dropped a new song and a music video, and I was actually impressed; she’s being real and vulnerable; which could be a mark in a great change for her, and in the modern pop music history in general.
“Lose You To Love Me”; what does it mean? and who is she speaking about? well, let me explain.
“Telescope“ by Cavetown is a song that’s so deep and meaningful; he talks about this feeling of being isolated and alone; we all can relate to that sometimes, some more than others; no matter how many people there are, you can feel the loneliness creeping in; and this song is about that.
Taylor Swift did a great job at being woke in her music, talking about the political scene in America, without being obnoxious; she didn’t mention politics in the lyrics at all though, instead, she told us her high school story, with her heartbreak prince.
Puth dives into the story of a hypothetical relationship filled with arrogance, regret, and yearning.
Yungblud is hitting us in the feels with his new music video for his song “Hope For The Underrated Youth“. The song itself was emotional, but with this music video it got 100 times more emotional.
It’s about freedom of speech, being yourself, and trying to see a fix for the generations’ gap.
Underneath a little bit of interpretation, the writers of this song managed to hide a message. This song is an ode to the band’s past success and an omen for the same in the future.
Taylor Swift is in love, and she wants to show it; but what about marriage? you’ll need to read this explanation to know if we’ll ever know what she thinks about marrying her “lover”.