Barely anything of interest here at all, except some mildly funny lyrics. That isn't enough to save this though. How this could make the top 10 in any national iTunes chart, let alone the US chart, is astounding.
**** I apologise if I am unintentionally and unknowingly repeating something that has already been said.
I think my favourite thing about Vinecore is that it amusingly perpetuates something that seemed to have peaked. What I'm talking is the aging music fan saying to the younger generation, "Back in my day, we listened to whole albums". But then fast forward to the mid-2000s, and suddenly ringtones are a big thing and people are only listening to the choruses. "Woe is me" cries the generic older person who is only able to frame the differences in generational eras in ways that mark themselves as superior. But NOW, you can seemingly have a hit song where people generally only listen to 6 seconds of it! Is there no limit to this? Will single cover art Splatoon be the next craze?
In a way, "Nasty Freestyle" is the perfect candidate for that. It makes such a profoundly bonkers opening statement that you don't really need to hear any more. If you so happen to choose though, it's endless punchlines. I'd be more critical of it if I were judging it as a song, but for what it is, just a freestyle over the beat to "Nasty" (well it was until the beat was modified slightly for copyright reasons), it's quite good at that. Last edited: 14.08.2015 13:30