Filed under: Music | Tags: 21, adele, bambu, beatrock music, exact change, international womens day, short changed, someone like you, something
I don’t make beats often, but after hearing Adele’s “Someone Like You” from her just-released second album, 21, I knew I had to sample it. Bam heard it and wrote one of the most personal songs I’ve ever heard from him. This is in honor of International Women’s Day & Women’s History Month.
FYI: This is the correct version of the song. The one posted on 2DopeBoyz is an older mix.
March, in case you were unaware, is Women’s History Month. Los Angeles’ own, Bambu, leaks a song that takes a look at domestic violence from a personal perspective. The song speaks on his family history with violence in the home, as well as his own struggles with it, even touching on the normalcy of such violence against women in our own Hip Hop culture. For this one, DJ Phatrick stepped out from behind the turntables to produce, sampling Adele’s “Someone Like You.” A video is set to drop at the end of the month and the song will also be included on Bambu’s …Exact Change… re-release bonus EP, Short Changed, dropping on April 29, 2011 through Beatrock Music Label.
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