Drake-Doing It Wrong(Full Song)
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Drake in this song tells a story of a love story that started well with both partners in love with each other on the honeymoon phase of the relationship, but as time went on he noticed they don't really love each other it's just the things they do when they are together.it gives them the illusion that they are together. so drake realized this and the feelings he had started fading but the girl continues to live in the illusion of being in a world that ended according to drake. the guy stopped feeling the way he used to but still cares for the girl and doesn't wish to see the girl with someone else. drake will be there physically to support the girl but won't act the same way he did when he was also in love because he feels it's a wrong thing to do, which is to give her hope where there's none because he wants something different, he wants to move on.
i think song talks about our generation not able to whole heartily love. these always something I'm trying to gain thus 'SOMETHING BEEN MISSING' is said a few times in the song. The love is missing in nowdays relationship
The song \"doing it wrong\" by drake, is about him and lil Wayne. Drake and Wayne have been friends for a while, and over time Wayne has caught feelings for Drake. However Drake doesn't feel the same way about Wayne, but still wants to be his friend. In the song Drake talks about a girl instead of a guy, or Wayne himself, because he doesn't want to humiliate his friend, and so that \"today's generation\" doesn't judge the two. Proof: =t&source=web&rct=j&url= -admits-lil-wayne-homosexual-love-drake-reason-drake-wrote-wrong/&ved=0ahUKEwjb1Nnq_43OAhVipIMKHRE9CuMQFggpMAM&usg=AFQjCNHBVMOeplEzFPXftNqRqEhPSUwcaw
This song meaning means....having so much trouble in a relationship one is wanting to move on and the other is hung up in the relationship..so its about moving on and getting past it..but you dont want to break their heart so you lie by saying you love them too.
The album, which is really more of a playlist, features 22 tracks from the rapper. While everyone is currently streaming the latest effort from Drake, you may be wondering who the singers are behind some of the songs featured. Well, we've got the complete list of the samples included by the rapper.
More Life contains an eclectic mix of samples from big names, underground artists and even a very memorable TV theme song. For us, More Life is the album Views should have been, and part of that is thanks to how fun the samples are.
At one point it seemed everyone wanted to remix the song, including R&B singer JoJo and Chris Brown. Drizzy said he was quite flattered by the numerous spawns of the track but points to the session with Wonder as the catalyst.
Drake's guitarist Adrian Eccleston features on Take Care.\"In hip-hop, you must write your own raps. If someone else were to write them for you, you'd have no credibility whatsoever, and you'd be out of the window immediately. But when it comes to the music, there's not really the same pride in writing it yourself. People don't care who wrote it, or where it comes from or what the sample is, they just want the hottest beat. They just want that and then put it out in their own song. Having said that, Drake and I do take pride in writing songs together, just the two of us. We'll start in an old-school way, with me on the piano or at my Wurlitzer, finding a chord progression, and he'll start singing some melodies. I'll record the keys, usually with a [Neumann] U87, and his scratch vocals. I'll use either a Sony C800G on him or, if he's in the control room, a [Shure] SM57. The mics go through a Neve 1073 or 1081, and I'll have an [Teletronix] LA2A on his voice, not hitting that too hard. These sketches will sometimes make it to the record. I'll sometimes sample them. If you listen to the song 'Hate Sleeping Alone' [from the iTunes version of Take Care], you'll hear all sorts of bits of background vocals in the background, which sing the same melodies, but without words. It's the scratch melody of Drake singing before he had written the words.
Another common way of writing songs in hip-hop and R&B is to use a track written by another producer as a starting point, and in the case of 'Headlines', the starting point came from fellow Toronto producer Boi-1da who, with some help from one A. Palman, provided the basic string staccatos and synth arpeggios that resulted in a slightly more full-on and energetic arrangement than is usual for Drake. 40 elaborates: \"Boi-1da sent us the beat as a stereo MP3, and Drake loved it, so I popped it into Pro Tools and Drake started going to town over it. He probably spent a couple of nights writing. I added quite a lot of stuff to it, like lead lines and extra basses and pads, some 808 rides, that sort of drive the record. All these additional tracks are marked '40' in the session.
SPL's Transient Designer plug-in was used to add 'point' to the kick drum.The arrangement got changed and edited and I added my parts, thickening the bass and adding pads and the melody synths. I looked at the Boi-1da track from a mix perspective and added things that I couldn't achieve just by mixing. We also called in Divine Brown to add some vocals, because there's some male-female call-and-response in the song, so she could give the female perspective and add thickness to the chorus. This happened over three or four days of Drake and I working alone at my studio.
Strings and keyboards: Pultec and SSL desk EQ, Avid Lo-Fi, Sansamp PSA1 and Xpand!, Waves GTR Solo.One of the main keyboard parts in the song was added by 40 using the basic Xpand! instrument in Pro Tools, routed through a Waves guitar amp simulator and the inevitable Lo-Fi plug-in.
\"There's a [Waves] Linear Phase EQ and an L2 limiter on the master bus, which I use when printing reference mixes. I take the L2 off when I send the track to mastering, though I'll leave the EQ in sometimes. This song ended up being, for my doing, a little bit thin, other than some good bottom end in the chorus from the bass lines that I added. But I love the fact that the vocal is really loud and in your face. I hate the loudness wars and that artists and critics mistake loudness for quality, and I tried to stay away from it for most of Take Care. But because 'Headlines' was a roll-out single for the album, I wanted it to jump out when it came on the radio, and part of that was not having so much bottom end, which gave me the headroom to push it a bit further.
Florence and the Machine: Set to release their third studio album in June, How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful, Florence and the Machine will be performing some songs off the album at Coachella. Lead singer, Florence Welch has been known for her impeccable participation with the fans. Last weekend at Coachella, Welch asks everyone to hug someone and then remove an item of clothing. Be prepared for amazing vocals alongside crazy surprises when Florence and the Machine perform at the Coachella stage at 8:50 p.m. 59ce067264