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Why Did They Not Make This Into A Proper Song?

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spathiphyllum | 14:51 Fri 09th Aug 2019 | Music
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Cos it's dire?
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Ken yo that's a matter of opinion :D
Agree with Ken.Dire
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Ashanti is a good singer (Shrug emoji)
Question and answer site, Spath. You asked, i answered. Of course it's just my opinion but if it were any good, don't you think they would have "made it into a proper song"?
I have to disagree with Ken. That's my kind of groove.
Great reggae bassline (if you listen on a proper stereo rather than a phone.)

Makes a great change from the usual troubadours and singer/songwriters ;o)))
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"Question and answer site, Spath. You asked, i answered. Of course it's just my opinion but if it were any good, don't you think they would have "made it into a proper song"?"

True ken, i have no objection to your answer.

I think the actual reason why there isn't a full song isn't due to how good it is.. I think they know it appeals to their audience .. i think the reason is so people go googling and looking for the 'full song' but because it never exists they end up just promoting traffic for Pretty Little Thing (clothes store)
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The Builder, I bet you could sample this ^^ Make a decent track. If that's your thing?
Spath, are you saying that you posted spam?
Yeah, shame on you spath:-/
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No, not at all
With all due respect if it was good enough it would be made into a ‘proper ‘ song.

It’s not offensive and not something I would chose to listen to but I suppose it is what some people like.

You obviously like it so if you go a buy it and enough of your fellow music listeners buy it she might make it into a proper song...
Ah, I didn't realise it was clickbait. No matter though.
It would be a shame to just sample it. Just some decent lyrics.

I only play with wave editors and sampling for fun. When I play with my little band, it's strictly live, and "make it up as you go along".

I call it jazz........ with tunes ;o)
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It's not clickbait, it's an advert on TV that I like the soundtrack to, but the soundtrack was specifically made for the advert, so they didn't make it into a full song.
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"I only play with wave editors and sampling for fun. When I play with my little band, it's strictly live, and "make it up as you go along".
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Sounds fun :)
Because the majority of music clips are composed specifically for the advert in which they feature.

If there is sufficient interest, the people involved may consider extending the ad snippet into a full song, if they think it will sell, but often they don't bother.
I fail to see any obvious "musical" potential in the published clip. Nonetheless I can see some obvious artistic directions in which it could move (with the right creative direction) given the impressive qualities displayed by many of the young women in the video.
Surely because it's not the audio that captures the attention.
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V_E that's because you're a country music fan which means you don't know what music potential is! ;) ;) ;-P
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Ashanti is rather established.

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