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Music Review: Tell Me Something by The Keymakers | Pop Song | Stream free | YouTube | Soundcloud


08-05-2019 15:06 GMT

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The Keymakers
"Tell Me Something"

Nothing could possibly prepare you for all this goodness

The only way you could be prepared for what you are about to listen to is if you took a time machine to the future and listened to it. But sadly you would have broken the number one rule, which is that you can't change anything - by having a premature eargasm you never even thought you'd have at all, and you wouldn't be able to return to this very moment right here. Don't ask how we know so much about the future, we just do.

Now this track here, as you have probably guessed already is nothing like you've ever heard before. Yes, it may contain one or two percussive sounds that run in the same vein as a popular tracks by artists like Drake, but that's about as far as the similarities go and if you do detect it you'll probably only hear it once or twice.

The Keymakers consists of brothers, Pittsburgh, US based artist, Rome Alexander - an R&B singer, and Ontario, Canada based artist, Rederic - an electronic music producer, who came together only a couple of years ago, initially for a few records before going on to form the group. The result has been nothing short of magical thus far, but never quite as magical as this. "Tell Me Something" will take you back to the days of Michael Jackson and Prince and rock your world till you are wearing cut off gloves and bottomless pants. It's disco meets pop, meets R&B and cranked it up to a million before going all out and forming a whole new genre. This is what happens when brothers work together, as opposed to giving each other purple nurples and competing to see who is better at every single opportunity. If you are one of those who have rightfully kicked pop to the curb for being so damn predictable lyrically, instrumentally, stylistically and even visually, this will definitely soften up your heart and force you to give the genre one more chance.


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