Tell Me I'm Pretty is the fourth studio album by American rock band Cage the Elephant. It was released on December 18, 2015, and was announced online on October 5, 2015. The album was recorded in the spring of 2015 at Easy Eye Sound in Nashville, Tennessee. Vocalist Matt Shultz stated: "With this record, we wanted to be more transparent. We wanted to capture the sentiment of each song, and whatever emotional response it provoked, to be really honest to that.
With a sound that neatly bridged classic 1960s Motown with the emerging Philly sound, the Ethics were an unsung vocal group that really deserved wider exposure. Led by the ethereal tenor and solid songwriting skills of Ron Tyson (who became a member of the later-era Temptations), the Ethics produced quality singles for independent labels Wale, Vent, and Golden Fleece in the late '60s, and while they never managed any big hits, in a fair and balanced world they would have.
While the album enjoyed massive success, the title took on an unsettling meaning after more records were released under his name following his death than were released while he was alive. Similarly, seven posthumous Tupac albums have come out since the rapper’s death in 1996, including three that topped the charts and whose sales total well into the millions. The most offensive posthumous releases are those that artificially construct collaborations between artists, resulting in a patchwork of sub-par material
Can't Tell Me Nothing (mixtape). Can't Tell Me Nothing: The Official Mixtape is a mixtape by American hip-hop artist Kanye West. The official mixtape was hosted by Kanye West alongside his A&R, Plain Pat. Overall, it is compiled of songs made by various artists signed onto West's .
Released on the December 18, 2015, Tell Me I’m Pretty is Cage the Elephant’s fourth studio album. Lead singer, Matt Schultz, presented this album like this: With this record, we wanted to be more transparent. This album is produced by Dan Auerbach, best known for being the guitarist and vocalist of the band The Black Keys. Tell Me I’m Pretty Q&A.
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