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Like It Is - Single Tracklist:
I can see this song getting stuck in everyone’s heads and they can’t even help it. People say “it’s not Kygo” but that’s all I hear with this. You can’t expect your fav to have the same background sound in all their songs. So of course this sounds different but that doesn’t mean it’s not Kygo.
Cloud 9 was amazing. I had Stargazing and This Town on repeat for months. After that, he seemed to slipped into his increasingly apparent comfort-zone of generic forgettable music. He needs to be more experimental if he is to remain relevant (or at least make decent melodies again!)
It’s so annoying reading these reviews that are annoyed with the sound or laidback sound or not liking Zaras vocals and adding tyga. They sound real good on the track. Zara is an amazing vocalist and adds sass to the track and tyga spices it up with adding rap to a dance track. I love this song, kudos to kugo for making this collab!
I don’t really follow Kygo, I see his hits once in a while, but I don’t usually listen to his music. This song sounds pretty good, it seems like Kygo’s specialty is definitely dance/electronic music, and he gets other artists to sing with them. Now I’m not saying that this was awesome or anything, but I can get behind the vocals. Not a huge fan of the girl’s singing, but I’m actually liking Tyga’s part. I know a lot of people aren’t a fan, but it sounds alright to me. Altogether, Kygo’s mixing does it for me and I think this will probably make my playlist
Ever since firestone, I have been hooked on Kygo. There is rarely a song of his that I will not put on repeat. This song is quite generic and does not live up the Kygo standard. No strong melodies here that I loved from the early days and no vocal chop from his newer songs. The vocals that are there are not great at all. Lastly the rap portion? Please never again.
I’ve been a huge fan of Kygo ever since he released Cloud Nine in 2016. With that being said, I feel that Like It Is is a bit of a let down. He’s known for his smooth, laidback tropical house, but Like It Is is a bit “too” laidback, at least for my liking. However, I think I speak for most when I say that Tyga’s vocals were unnecessary.