Il singolo ha visto la collaborazione del cantante statunitense Frank Ocean e del gruppo rap Migos. Da Wikipedia, l'enciclopedia libera. Singolo precedente My Way. Singolo successivo Heatstroke.
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It features vocals from Quavo and Offset of the Atlanta trap trio Migos and singer-songwriter Frank Ocean, marking the first collaboration between Harris and either of the two features. Calvin Harris first shared a series of clips documenting the process on his Instagram story. He compiled the clips and posted them as a video on his Youtube channel afterwards as well. This track is slowed down a bit 0,8x and pitched up a bit as well in Audacity by me. Do you try on all your nights like this? I might put some spotlight on the side Whatever comes, comes through clear Do you slide on all your nights like this? I might put some spotlight on the side And whatever comes, comes through clear All this jewelry ain't no use when it's this dark It's my favorite part, We see the lights, they got so far It went too fast, we couldn't reach it with our arms Wrist on a wrist, a link of charms, Yeah Laying, we're still a link apart It's like we could die here all young Like we could dye hair all blonde If we could see in twenty twin Twice we could see it 'til the end [Quavo:] Put that spotlight on her face, spotlight Put that spotlight on her face, ah, yeah We gon' pipe up and turn up, pipe up We gon' light up and burn up, burn up Mama too hot like a, like what?
The Harris-produced song was announced on 21 February , and its release came just two days later, with Quavo and Offset being billed under the Migos name. It is the first collaboration between any of the three acts, as well as Ocean's first collaboration as an independent artist, as Harris' liner notes of "Slide" list Ocean as appearing courtesy of himself. Ryan Dombal of Pitchfork gave it the title of "Best New Track", writing that "[Frank Ocean's] deadpan instantly adds shade and nuance to the dayglo surroundings, suggesting a weariness big pop rarely allows. The effect is magnetic and a little startling, like Jeff Tweedy rapping over a Dr. Dre beat".
Lawrence Neil is the only art historian you need. The next day, Frank made his first ever annotation on Genius , the wiki that allows users and artists to decipher or explain the meaning behind their lyrics. In , Guido made anti-gay comments to much backlash and the threat of boycott before switching up his rhetoric and the company receiving passing marks from LGBTQ advocacy groups. Sound familiar to a certain trio of cultured Atlantans? Whitney, not to be outdone in his potential Ocean connections, was the former director of the aforementioned MOMA following a stint as ambassador to the UK, where Ocean spent his last few years as an under-the-radar expat.