Classical Musicians React: NCT Lucas & Jonah Nilsson 'Coffee Break'

Classical Musicians React: NCT Lucas & Jonah Nilsson 'Coffee Break'



mr. stop that so now you'll be reacting to a collaboration between Lucas a rapper from the boy group NCT and Jonah Nelson the vocalist and pianist from the Swedish group dirty boots oh my god oh my god I love him this track also features a bass player named Bona Richard like Scandinavian soul calm says The Forgotten waitress is unseen no more as Jonas sings and ODEs to the hard-working woman so full funky and jazzy the single Glen's influences of Michael Jackson and Stevie Wonder within a genus of a radio or TV advert as we're invited to take a pause from our busy lives and as we know well life can only begin after coffee the song was written by Gustav Helstrom Jonah Nilsson and andreas Oberg Andy's I already like this I haven't listened or seen any win but I already liked it I think that if life can only begin after coffee you have a caffeine it which is fine oh that's cute oh wait it's not just the jig no wow look at me reacting to the lake this guy obviously had a hand in the production is so good he doesn't go into falsetto though Wow singing your chest voice right now yeah is still in shock I asked chest voice yep that is why Microsoft mm much much like Michael Jackson it does breathe a new light to it those diseases in the back bass player like the rap in this context because what's happening in the texture is a lot of rhythmic interplay and the rap functions as part of that and they really like that corridor yeah do that in everything way to put their stamp on it no one can sing like you like ever I don't know what steroids he put into his throat but oh shit the virtuosity in the instrumentalists is awesome yeah they have some sick pills do it mr. stop that like what is it a voice and I just a met over it I love this boys this man right this man this man like fun I'm going to the end ooh so good fun to watch let me let me do let me be like translator for Henry he liked it his favorite part yeah yeah although that piano solo is a close second their harmonization of it is so nice and sometimes the coolest thing that you can do is having the melody have like almost nothing to do with the chords underneath it and it's awesome like to have very little functional relationship to the melody but they have functional relationship to each other and it eventually collides back in with the melody that's sick and they did it and it's nice okay please there's a lot yeah again I am my own burrito right now so sometimes it can be like calm down but I think that's part of the beauty of it is that like it's so high energy and there's so much going on with the rhythm and the the like hits after they sing with the brass and the the piano and everything is just like oh it keeps everything driving forward and keeps it moving and keeps it exciting I mean it was a very exciting piece to listen to [Laughter] that's like I feel good yeah a really heavy like dirty Eliza I also think it's really cool the guy Richard Bona to track that like I mean yeah there are probably a couple guys who could have played that look you didn't do anything specific to him that's like I guess so crazy like that's only Richard bone a kind of deal but like just the way he laid it down it was just so like we're getting ripped it you know go ahead you have a lot to say family funny family friendly channel I just like holy macaroni but like no it was so good like that sure like the horn line was it's not like it's so tight like that tight their articulation is so awesome like there was like a bite to it but it wasn't like tongue heavy so there's still like a lot of selling a huge sound compact in a really small no so it's like there's zipping awaiting like it's like doing something that takes a lot of attack and a lot of front and it's easy front so I would be sluggish and then at the speed that I was going absolutely insane think it was the precision yeah combined with great timing and great sound yeah sometimes people are precise but they didn't know they're not they don't necessarily have when he's huge sounds like they were able to like fit a sound that's a mile wide through like a bendy straw like that kind of like precision just throw packed a suit so good and there's like doesn't that cool flute thing then there's like the slap bass that was going on like there's so your totals it's so much going on instrumentally it was really cool vocalize was really cool Jonah's got the highs Lucas's got like the lows so it's like vocally they balanced each other out it's a really cool coffee's awesome I love coffee issue it's too much it's like wrap around my head lay there's so much like I would listen to over and over I thought the instrumentalists were sick I thought the music was like ripped off of Stevie Wonder just like utterly okay I've like I couldn't get past it man like it was like oh this is sick call this it but then like a minute and half in it's like this is like exactly like Stevie Wonder same instrumentation except for maybe the flu I guess I don't know like it was good and like these are definitely good musicians playing it but like the voice like man like it just it's just sounded too much that's a wonder to me and I thought he was gonna shred he just wanted here shredding dude that guy can shred that's cancer I I want here's some stuff I can steal do you feel so you felt like being held up back a little bit with it you just said it didn't really sound like like the solo I'm thinking of that it was like really really great was that so he did on him that Britney Spears tune house just like otherworldly and then it's kind of like cuz he started off really broken but then he started he'd ended it with just blues lines mmm which makes sense maybe like I guess but I feel like with this stuff with the dirty loops the focus is not just because you know there's all like pop covers the focus is also unlike their arrangement in like the musicians like as instrumentalists and not just like the vocal line you know like all the stuff that they're doing so maybe they just wanted more safe for like pop music audience it was like just really rhythmically broken in the beginning and I thought it'd be yes maybe I'll stay with them but then like kind of stay with the harmony and do like kind of fuck single line stuff but then I just became kind of in time but really old-school in time I loved it man like some of the guitar stuff like don't do don't like you can hear that in like off of certain tracks from like the Michael Jackson records Thriller if you listen to some of that stuff especially like the horn lines I know it's like it's often in Stevie Wonder too but like even the sound that they were getting if you listen to any of Michael Jackson's records from that time period thriller off the wall like the instrumentation that they were using and just how everything was like the sounds that we're going for and the textures totally lifted from that record it's more Michael Jackson Stevie Wonder I think yeah and even like you know obviously in the vocal line to the fact he stated in the upper register some of what day yeah you know like things that you would hear Michael Jackson do very much heavily influence like it wasn't even subtle oh my god okay I have so much to say holy shit okay so let's talk about this place yes yeah it's pretty good I live for collaborations like this where multiple genres and influences and inspirations come together to make that is recognizable in some ways but for the most part as a whole is very new and kind of never heard of like I love that like fusing of different genres and stuff totally all about it love it so I love this for that reason but also where his voice sits it's like very high didn't have to break into head voice very often and he was just belting up there and it was very reminiscent of young Michael Jackson like very reminiscent it was like perfect for that and he was oh like delicate up there to like it wasn't like straining or anything and he was just flowed up yeah it was amazing like the range is amazing and then all the runs like everything like he didn't walk into the song like he ran into the song like it was so good such agility Wow amazing the bass guitar like it was just like everything like it was everything I want in a song and I'm going to listen to it until I can't listen to it anymore hello everyone react to Kate channel creator and I'd like to thank you for watching this video I really hope you enjoyed or learned something from it if you'd like to support us or help react to Kate grow you can do so by visiting our patreon and help us out by pledging any amount you can so next time

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