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Madeaux · Song #2

oo, that melody!

Madeaux presents another twisted tune with pretty piano playin on top and Ray J samples. I’ll let Madeaux explain why it’s called “Song #2″…

I wanted to give you a little background into this song because I feel like it’s fun when you can connect with the music you listen to on multiple levels. I wrote this song for my girlfriend a long time ago but I never finished it. Whenever we would talk and I’d tell her about new stuff I was working on she’d always ask “What about song #2?” When I had sent her the song awhile back I just titled the mp3 song #2 because I had no concrete titles thought up yet. What I want to ask of all you listening is, what would you call this song? What does it make you think of? Post what you think in the comments below. I’d love to know your ideas.

So you’re still with the girlfriend? I guess “Loved You” wouldn’t make her too happy.

Madeaux
Styles: Chopped & Screwed Electro Soul
Madeaux on: SoundCloud | Facebook

Comments

  1. mdx says:

    haha, I just really like Ray J’s voice. I was rolling more with the title of the original song, “One Wish”, rather than the individual lyrics.

  2. [...] Madeaux · Song #2 Ray J’s ‘One Wish’ vocals were chopped & skewed quite nicely on here, but the real soul lies in the sound. Madeaux lays out such a melodic piano melody, with an equally strange bass, that few producers could ever come close to something like ‘Song #2.’ It’s so good in fact that I’m still5 a bit skeptical about how much Madeuax played a role in creating it (it’s honestly just that good). Birdy · People Help The People (TIP’s Rework) Who would’ve thought a teenage girl from Lymington, England would be the only woman soulful enough to make it on this modern R&B mix (recommend me more). Though TIP did have a crafty hand in making her sound so.damn.soulful. Some parts may sound a bit squirrely or strange at times, but when he brings it all together, there’s something very deep inside this track that’s like no other I’ve ever heard. [...]