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Farrah Abraham addresses the haters in “Blowin”

March 20th, 2014 | By

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As if enough “Blowing” hasn’t been going on for Teen Mom Farrah Abraham, she’s taking her racey reputation and using it to capitalize at all costs. Now, she’s released “Blowing,” a heavily auto-tuned single and we’re speechless!

It seems that every one and their mother is attempting their chance at the music industry, whether talented or not. From Real Housewives to Vanderpump Rules and pretty much any other reality based show, these stars are determined to turn their 15 minutes of fame into 20. Whether rapper, model barber, etc. the industry is becoming over saturated with every-day people trying to get noticed. Being a jack of all trades, but specializing in none is Back-Door Farrah’s hindrance.

“Blowing,” which features Farrah’s daughter, is her latest single which is a message towards her “haters” and bullies in general. DJ Cruze doesn’t see Farrah making it very far for a number of reasons; one of which include the fact that no one will feature on her projects due to her controversial brand image and lack of musical talent. Although we couldn’t get an idea of her true vocal range or talent, DJ Cruze suggests that she continues using auto tune to support her on the record. True artists use auto-tune as an attribute to their natural talent; using auto tune for the entire record isn’t necessarily respected in the industry.

We beg to question the DJ Cruze fans, who’s better at making music…

Who’s the better singer – Farrah Abraham or Kim Kardashian?
  
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DJ Cruze Reviews: Drunk in Love, Remix

February 15th, 2014 | By

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…The first thing I heard was an “Arab” intro; it kinda gave me the feel of Jesus Walks by Kanye West.  Not too long after, did I realize this was a rendition of “Drunk in Love;” it had the same beat, but with a few more synths.  This new version of “Drunk in Love” is like the “Ish I Don’t Like” by Chief Keef.

Ahhh…here’s the key difference, Yeezy’s on the track!

Continuing with his love manifestation with Kim Kardashian, Kanye delves back into his happy place…talking about himself along with his “perfect” relationship.  This time, ‘Ye gets very explicit.  We were so shocked when Beyonce spoke on “Surboard” and “Watermelon,” but wow, music symbolism is seen yet again.  In his verse, Kanye gives us a window into their life “messing up sofa’s” and even discloses a few personal secrets of his lover, such as “impregnating Kim Kardashian’s mouth” and the idea that Kim always wanted her own reality show, separate of that of her and her family seen in “Keeping up with the Kardashians.”  Kanye made it very clear that he didn’t want to live his life, nor did he wants his daughter paraded in front of the reality show cameras, but could this be any hint at a change of heart on Kanye’s part?  I guess we’ll have to keep watching and listening to find out.

Finally, we get a more human side of Kanye, or has he been completely transparent with us this whole time?  [sidenote] Makes me wonder if his speaking on the drug Molly can be taken literally as well.

The composition of the beat is pretty much the same, nothing really special.  Listen closely, a few more instruments are added to the simplistic beat, like a clap here and there in addition to a deeper key kick to the rhythm.  You’ll notice a few differences in B & Jay’s lyrics, a drop from Kanye’s “Flashing Lights” B’s a little chopping and a “church echo” on Beyonce towards the end of the song.

To be honest, I’m not really shocked of this remix. I pretty much expected this from Kanye; however, rather than add to the track, I believe he ruins the overall feel of the record.