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It appears Mike Posner is sticking around for the rest of the winter.
If you've hipped yourself to any of the leaks from Mike Posner's latest mixtape, The Layover, you might have heard his track, "A Perfect Mess." Amidst all the star-studded guest features, I bring this song up specifically because it's the perfect introduction to this new chapter in the career of a once-grounded artist.
After a year of drying up ink pens on his end and months of waiting on ours, OnCue has finally let go of his highly-anticipated Can't Wait project.
Man, if this Mike Posner joint doesn't get posted soon, we're going to be 24 hours behind every damn one of these songs he's dropping each day until The Layover finally takes off next Tuesday.
Aside from a few remixes, Mike Posner has been ghost for the better part of the last year.
One cool thing about following artists on Twitter is watching their fruition.
Having the Bad Boy brand on your back is definitely a good look connections-wise, but it's also undoubtedly adding to the pressure for MGK.
Some songs have video concepts built in (i.e. "Maybach Music"), while others are simply asking for a treatment to be pulled out of thin air. Typically, when the latter is left reaching, the result can be a stretch. Considering Mike Posner's not-so-groovy, new visual for "Bow Chicka Wow Wow" features Ben-Wallace-afros, Adam West/Batman-transitions and hippy costumes similar to the one my mother made for my Halloween festivities back in 1995, this literally might not be the best look.
31 Minutes To Takeoff has been in orbit since last summer and nothing gives an album new life like a remix. Mike Posner is moving full steam ahead with the impatient - yeah, that's the right word to describe it given the subject matter - "Bow Chicka Wow Wow" as his third single and made a pit stop by Mars to pick up Lil Wayne to liven the occasion.
My better half and I share a relationship I cherish more than anything else in this world. Like Loso says, my personal small waist with a pretty face makes me better on the daily and has for damn near a decade. That said, I'm pretty sure my days in dealing with the ambiguous girls Clinton Sparks, Big Sean and Mikey Posner are referring to in the latest visual from Finally Famous Vol. 3 are gone for good.
First of all, whether you like his music or not, you've got to admit Mike Posner has one of the cleaner line-ups you've ever seen on a whiteboy.
When you have Hip-Hop aspirations growing up in Kansas, it's kind of an uphill battle escaping the shadow of stereotype ruby slippers and twisters cast.
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