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Interlude - Sensational - Corner The Market (File, Album)

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  1. Sensational's sophomore effort, Corner the Market boasts clearer production values -- and thus, more intelligible lyrics -- than its predecessor, although the hazy, lo-fi futuristic style is still very much in evidence, as is the (intentional?) sloppiness. Sensational's own chaotic flow adds to the record's odd, disturbing, and paranoid vibe, maintaining his position as a rapper who -- love 6/
  2. Sensational/Corner The Market by Sensational, released 01 December 1. Sewin' Up Avenues 2. Excitement 3. Excellence Makes Whack Irrelevant 4. Disco Lights 5. High Tech Issues 6. Chunky Buds 7. Dope Man 8. Feelin' Satisfaction 9. Comin' Wit Tha Hitz Unfaded (The Famous) Identification Keep Ya On Ya Toes Stylin' Stylin'
  3. Corner The Market, an album by Sensational on Spotify. our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  4. Corner the Market, an Album by Sensational. Released 19 April on WordSound (catalog no. WSCD; CD). Genres: Abstract Hip Hop, Experimental Hip Hop, Hip Hop/5(31).
  5. "An Interlude", a song by Atreyu on the album The Curse, ; a song by Laleh on the album Laleh, ; a song by All Time Low on the album The Party Scene, ; a song by +44 on the album When Your Heart Stops Beating, "You Wish (Interlude)", an instrumental song by Breathe Carolina on the album It's Classy, Not Classic, ; a song by.
  6. Sensational’s sophomore effort, Corner the Market boasts clearer production values — and thus, more intelligible lyrics — than its predecessor, although the hazy, lo-fi futuristic style is still very much in evidence, as is the (intentional?) sloppiness.
  7. @TruSwag-HandsUpDontShoot im gonna get hate 4 this but that interlude is how i got into Kendrick Lamar. I didn’t know who he was back in til Drake released Take Care.
  8. Dec 29,  · If you are referring to the short period of silence between songs, the obvious answer is that it creates a clear demarcation between the end of one song and the beginning of the next. It may sound odd on the ear if a song written in one key ended.

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