A shout out from Drake. A remix with Remy Ma. A spot on a new Detroit-centric Eminem track. Well-earned comparisons to Kendrick Lamar. DeJ Loaf is the hottest new thing in hip-hop. And it only took four months to get there.
Alex Lifeson talks about the song although he didn’t remember much about it. Don’t judge. What do you remember about what you were doing in 1974?
“If you follow the directions in the song, chances are things will work out.”
“I mean, if you were around her, the perception that people have, that would completely disappear, you’d just love her. She’s absolutely fun and full of love.”
But for his desire to be a frontman, Sir Paul might have been one of rock and roll’s great trumpet players. Alas, we’ll never know.
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