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Yung LeanDoer continues to garner his unique take on music, this time with a modern take on the “tribute song”.  We hear him pay homage to the late Stevie Nicks over a K i n l a w beat.  That is, if you call comparing the experience of listening to your favorite 80s cutt to your idol doing cocaine up their butt.  I’m not even sure how you’d do blow out of your ass, but if it’s anything like my favorite 80s cutt (THIS RIGHT HERE), then it’s both nostalgic and revolutionary.  
But that’s kind of peripheral.  The real importance of LeanDoer’s “Stevie Nicks” is his ability to blend two seemingly genres.  He splits lo-fi with spiritwave.  He makes a track that is very much felt and not heard.  Where lo-fi artists have generally succumbed to an oppositional stance on reality, spiritwave and all other ambient sub-genres tend to take a backseat, easing alongside reality.  Conceptually, they’ve been played out in two different ways.  
You’ll get entrapped in the vaporous static that bounces around wisps of clouds.  LeanDoer’s words are pushed into the atmosphere.  You don’t necessarily need to use vocals and words to communicate coherent ideas.  And in LeanDoer’s case, you can use them as aural sex, lifting listeners to a new plane of listenership.  
***Float Away Bruh Bruh***
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-CUTT CZAR (HERONALD REAGAN)
FORMERLY KNOWN AS : FRANKLIN WEATHERFIELD AKA DENZEL SPLASHINGTON AKA PATOIS VUITTON AKA CHUCKDEGAULLE
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jorgeantonystride:

Windy leaves.
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Plant, 2012