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Music: Static Major - Easy Come Easy Go



A song that I originally didn't really like, but grew to love the more I listened to it. This is now one of my favourite Static songs ever and Rudy gets a lot of credit for the killer beat. With a lot of his beats, you can hear traces of "On The Hotline", but he manages to switch it up enough so that you know it's a Rudy track.

Here is what Static had to say about the song: "Tracks like “Easy Come Easy Go” offer Major’s thoughts on love and relationships, of which he says, “You could be madly in love one day but tomorrow, I might not be feeling you any more. So let’s make the best out of it while we’re together right now because tomorrow you might feel differently about me.”

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  1. u didn't like it at first?! Man this is a heat rock!! This song is powerful

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  2. It's so different from the Static that I knew!

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  3. Man i don't know if it's because i've actually gone through this scenario..a COUPLE times...VERY recently..or what, but this song is like "Illusions" to me, just very very deep. One of them, you gotta stand still while u listen to it, and the whole time the song is on, it seems like the rest of the world is on pause...the power of music...

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