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Kesha | I Need A Woman To Love | April 5th, 2018

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Dan    12,902

Now available worldwide! :D

 

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Rosé.    8,257

Bought that bitch! mad1

Why was the song renamed for the EP?

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TomTom    7,150
3 hours ago, Sodomite said:

Bought that bitch! mad1

Why was the song renamed for the EP?

The EP is made for gay couples, so they changed every noun, pronoun, etc. accordingly.

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rosekesha    2,358

she needs vocal coaching to be honest, she is not using the full potential of her voice

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TomTom    7,150
56 minutes ago, rosekesha said:

she needs vocal coaching to be honest, she is not using the full potential of her voice

Why do you think so?

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rosekesha    2,358
16 minutes ago, TomTom2288 said:

Why do you think so?

because her singing technique is all over the place, and with the right coaching (that is required for every good singer) she could sound 10x better

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Rosé.    8,257
12 hours ago, TomTom2288 said:

The EP is made for gay couples, so they changed every noun, pronoun, etc. accordingly.

Is it? Where was that specified? brit15

4 hours ago, rosekesha said:

she needs vocal coaching to be honest, she is not using the full potential of her voice

I think songs like Praying, Meet Me In Space and Rainbow would suggest otherwise for her in the studio. I don't see the issue with INAWTL. She's intentionally singing it that way to give the song personality. I think she's actually demonstrating vocal control.

3 hours ago, rosekesha said:

because her singing technique is all over the place, and with the right coaching (that is required for every good singer) she could sound 10x better

Kesha could definitely improve live, but I don't see how her technique in the studio is "all over the place". I don't get where you're drawing this opinion from.

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TomTom    7,150
18 minutes ago, Sodomite said:

Is it? Where was that specified? brit15

Quote

New York • Bob Dylan, Kesha and St. Vincent have reimagined popular love songs to honor the LGBTQ community, and the singers are doing it by switching pronouns.

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Kesha, who has a large gay fan base and has been a longtime supporter of equal rights for the LGBTQ community, closes the album with “I Need a Woman to Love Me,” a spinoff of Janis Joplin’s “I Need a Man to Love Me.” Gibbard re-recorded The Beatles’ 1960s hit, “And I Love Her,” to create “And I Love Him.”

https://www.sltrib.com/news/nation-world/2018/04/05/dylan-kesha-change-pronouns-in-songs-to-honor-lgbtq-couples/

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Chris Morlock    39,349
On 4/9/2018 at 6:27 PM, Sodomite said:

Has anyone made any good alternate cover art?

im just using this jj3 havent found anything at all (much less anything good)

qiEG4fH.jpg

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TomTom    7,150
6 hours ago, Paranomin said:

Probably my least favorite song by her :(

I think it's one of her best, actually rip4

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Rosé.    8,257
9 hours ago, TomTom2288 said:

I think it's one of her best, actually rip4

If it weren't for it's repetitiveness I would consider it one of her best. 

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Paranomin    1,003
13 hours ago, TomTom2288 said:

I think it's one of her best, actually rip4

I think for me is the delivery of her vocals. Lyrically tho i do like it

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