Songs you're listening to RIGHT NOW

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    Have been itching to play that game again for a while

     
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    it's no WAP but I'm into it. Happy for Lil Nas X
     
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    video is dumb but i love the song
     
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    TIL that Trent Reznor indirectly wrote Old Town Road



    On December 3, 2018, Nas X released the country rap song "Old Town Road". He bought the beat for the song anonymously on an online store from Dutch producer YoungKio for $30;[44] it samples Nine Inch Nails' track "34 Ghosts IV" from their sixth studio album Ghosts I–IV (2008).[45] He recorded at a "humble" Atlanta studio, CinCoYo, on their "$20 Tuesdays" taking less than an hour.[46] Nas X began creating memes to promote "Old Town Road" before it was picked up by short-form video social media TikTok users.[11] TikTok encourages its 500 million global users to "endless imitation," with videos generating copies usually using the same music; the "app’s frantic churn of content ...acts as a potent incubator for viral music hits."[47] Nas X estimated he made about a hundred memes to promote it;[13] the song went viral in early 2019 due to the #Yeehaw Challenge meme on TikTok. Millions of users posted videos of themselves dressed as a wrangler or cowgirl, with most #yeehaw videos using the song for their soundtrack; as of July 2019, they have been seen more than 67 million times.[11] Another core audience tied to social media is children who are hidden in the statistics of adult listeners.[48] Quartz.com says the song certainly owes part of its success to the demographic, and notes they are attracted to the song being repetitive, easy to sing along to, and using lyrics about riding horses and tractors, which kids can relate to.[48] It debuted at number 83 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, later climbing to number one.
     
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    Also I just finally watched this and then read about the dude... man is straight up trolling the religious right and making obscene bank off of it lmao

     
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    Old fat punks singing songs about divorce for old fat punks



    Also

     
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    I hope you morons understand I love you whether you love me or not.

     
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    and its exactly like that.
     
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    [​IMG]
    and in deference to Kanmuk's barb which I didn't ignore:

     
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    This is more like Dosadi than Dune
     
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    the wink around 2:34