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  1. maxthehitman liked a post in a topic by Real Deal in BANKS   
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5g_S9Vzp9Hs
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hYG3iIcZOkw
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zzSQ67fhk6g
     
    Projects: Fall Over - EP; Warm Water - Single
     
    Future Releases: London - EP (September 10th); Debut Album (TBA)
  2. delreyfreak liked a post in a topic by Real Deal in BANKS   
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5g_S9Vzp9Hs
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hYG3iIcZOkw
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zzSQ67fhk6g
     
    Projects: Fall Over - EP; Warm Water - Single
     
    Future Releases: London - EP (September 10th); Debut Album (TBA)
  3. comeintomybedroom liked a post in a topic by Real Deal in BANKS   
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qzTlWxpCcdg
  4. HunterAshlyn liked a post in a topic by Real Deal in Ryn Weaver   
    Send me zip plz
  5. omgitsnathan liked a post in a topic by Real Deal in BANKS   
    Banks - Are You That Somebody (Aaliyah Cover) [bBC Radio Live]
     

  6. Atom Heart liked a post in a topic by Real Deal in Ryn Weaver   
    Promises EP coming soon...
  7. Inuborg liked a post in a topic by Real Deal in FKA twigs   
    Album of the year so far.
  8. Real Deal liked a post in a topic by Born To Die in Ryn Weaver   

  9. demiannn liked a post in a topic by Real Deal in Ryn Weaver   
    Send me zip plz
  10. Atom Heart liked a post in a topic by Real Deal in Charli XCX   
    I like how you bringing up sales for no reason.  Sales doesn't equal talent.
  11. mermaid12 liked a post in a topic by Real Deal in BANKS   
    Drowning (Video)
     
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  12. Sitar liked a post in a topic by Real Deal in BANKS   
    Banks - Are You That Somebody (Aaliyah Cover) [bBC Radio Live]
     

  13. Eclipse liked a post in a topic by Real Deal in BANKS   
    'BRAIN' (VIDEO)
     

  14. Guillotine liked a post in a topic by Real Deal in BANKS   
    'BRAIN' (VIDEO)
     

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  17. Real Deal liked a post in a topic by Sitar in   
    I'm kinda responsible for MØ and SOHN doing the perfect collaboration: https://twitter.com/SOHN/status/440603252334530560
  18. kitschqueen liked a post in a topic by Real Deal in BANKS   
    Been a while since I've been on here but here's an update
     
    New Track 'Brain' to Premiere Today at 7:30PM on the Zane Lowe Show!
     

  19. Trinity liked a post in a topic by Real Deal in BANKS   
    Been a while since I've been on here but here's an update
     
    New Track 'Brain' to Premiere Today at 7:30PM on the Zane Lowe Show!
     

  20. Real Deal liked a post in a topic by Summersault in   
    This remix though...
     
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_profilepage&v=TPj4Jk-Sdt8
  21. Real Deal liked a post in a topic by ThorixB in Lorde   
    LORDE'S 'PURE HEROINE' IS THE ALBUM LANA DEL REY WISHES SHE MADE
    By: Julia Emmanuele
    12:49PM EDT




    Frank Hoensch/Getty Images

    Fans of Lorde, the 16-year-old pop star, have been eagerly awaiting her debut album since "Royals" started going viral. Luckily for them, the singer has made Pure Heroine available to stream via VH1 a week ahead of its September 30 release. Like her hit single, the album has enough electronic elements to help it sit comfortably on the charts, but the beats are all simple and pared-down, which helps give the album a more organic feel than the EDM-pop club bangers that have become so popular recently. Sonically, it gives off the impression that it could have been made in Lorde's bedroom, with some beats she put together herself, which perfectly compliments Lorde's anti-glamour pop star persona. The songs are distinctly undanceable, and her voice gives the lyrics the kind of longing that music about being a teenager requires. 

    To put it bluntly, Pure Heroine is the album that Lana Del Rey wishes she made. This isn't meant to provoke a debate about Del Rey's "authenticity" versus Lorde's — after all, all pop stars have cultivated personas, and where Del Rey is a trailer park Lolita, Lorde is the "realistic" pop star. However, where Born to Die was overproduced in places, layering echoes over strings over electronic beats, Pure Heroine's minimal production allows the songs to shine in a way that Del Rey's couldn't quite manage. Lorde also manages to make each song on her album distinct and unique, with which Del Rey had some trouble. Many of Lorde's songs are tinged with the same kind of longing found on Born to Die — which is probably a result of her being an actual teenager — but keeps it all from feeling one-note. It's almost as if Lorde took all of the things that were good from Del Rey's debut and fine-tuned them to create a better, more interesting result. 

    Lorde has also perfectly timed the release of her debut. In the upcoming months, there are several attention-grabbing albums coming out, including ones from Miley Cyrus (October 4), Katy Perry (October 22) and Lady Gaga (November 11). Not only does an earlier release guarantee Lorde the press she deserves, but it will give fans a chance to get acquainted with the songs before we're all bombarded with club banger after club banger. Lorde is establishing herself as the foil to the over-the-top pop divas of our time - through both her music and her personality - and people seeking something normal or relatable on the pop charts will flock to Pure Heroine. 

    The New Zealander has been quoted as saying that she wants to make something "real" that kids can relate to, and so far her desire for authenticity has served her well. There's sure to be at least two more hit singles off of Pure Heroine and hopefully Lorde's success will allow for more artists like her to break through to the mainstream. Either way, it seems like Lorde's quest for an anti-pop star is going to make her a genuine one.

    From: http://www.hollywood.com/news/celebrities/55034224/lorde-pure-heroine-available-to-stream-early

    THIS IS TOTAL WAR. Lorde's management is pushing with PAYOLA the anti-Lana Del Rey campaign started some months ago. Wow, i'm really starting to hate this little bitch

     

    "and people seeking something normal or relatable on the pop charts" -i was never interested in normal and relatable artists - btw, Lorde's not that relatable, in her heart she's a fame whore, she's a calculating person much more packaged than Lana was. When Lana started in 2011 she was like a puppy, but Borde in my view is the real calculating and unauthentic creation the whole Pure Shit screams about this. 

     

    "Lorde's quest for an anti-pop star is going to make her a genuine one": yes the PAYOLA licks are obvious, yea, Borde the "anti-pop star" (nonsense alert!!!!)


  22. Real Deal liked a post in a topic by Sucker in Lorde   
    http://www47.zippyshare.com/v/34025393/file.html
     
    Here you guys go! Ripped and iTunes ready!
  23. Real Deal liked a post in a topic by Sucker in Lorde   
    Ripping a higher quality version of the album right now. It sounds marvelous.
  24. Atom Heart liked a post in a topic by Real Deal in Lorde   
    *attempts to start some shit* Some Lana fans are just jelly of the success that Lorde has been getting.  Lorde is getting more bigger and bigger while Lana does bullshit ass obscure short films like Flopico.  Lorde is straight up killing the game right now. 
  25. Sucker liked a post in a topic by Real Deal in Lorde   
    *attempts to start some shit* Some Lana fans are just jelly of the success that Lorde has been getting.  Lorde is getting more bigger and bigger while Lana does bullshit ass obscure short films like Flopico.  Lorde is straight up killing the game right now. 
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