The History of Wooing Women


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A romantic turn of phrase and a catchy tune can make a woman fall in love. CDZA, who gave us Aces of Bass, takes us through the history of romantic songs. Is it just my age that makes me prefer the first half, or did things go downhill at some point? -via Laughing Squid

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I thought he was pretty talented, considering he was singing all those different songs. Clever.

Also, I agree with Miss C, the oldies were better.
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I think the difficulty in deciding a performer for this piece is that you need someone who can both sing and rap. Not all good singers could rap convincingly. This guy can do both well enough so that's probably why they picked him (he's also not half bad at pop locking).
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