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Vid Pick: Shad w/ Lights - Remember to Remember
Friday, January 24, 2014

Shad is one of the dopest emcees around, and you already know Lights is one of my favorite singers. The two have worked together a number of times, most notably on the songs “Everybody Breaks a Glass” and “Flux and Flow,” which were on Lights’ most recent album, Siberia. In fantastic news, they’ve collaborated once again, this time for Shad’s album, Flying Colors. The song, “Remember to Remember,” features Shad spitting his trademark thought provoking lyrics that are incredibly poetic, and Lights sounding absolutely phenomenal on the chorus. Midway through the song the beat alters, vocals are used as part of the production, and the track takes on almost a trip-hop type of feel before returning back to a version the original sound for the third verse.

The video for “Remember to Remember” gets very trippy with lighting halfway through, so if you get seizures easily you may not want to go to full screen mode, but do click play because these are two fantastic artists who make amazing songs together. Incidentally, if Shad, or Lights, is reading this, is there any chance we can get a collaborative album out of you two? Lemme know!


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