Lets Get it on Marvin Gaye vs Juelz Santana
Marvin Gaye and Juelz Santana took the phrase “lets get it on “to reach two different audiences. Musicians often use metaphors or sayings when they are trying to get a point across. Depending on how we use them, the message we are trying to deliver can be straight forward or indirect. Sometimes a phrase can have several meanings. For instance the phrase “lets get it on “ what are we trying to say, are we challenging an opponent, accepting an opponents challenge, or could we be asking or agreeing to a sexual encounter? This statement can be used to express many forms of readiness based on how it is used. Marvin Gaye and Juelz Santana both used the phrase “lets get it on” Marvin Gaye the originator ithe early 70’s and later on in 2003 Juelz Santana took the phrase and renamed his track “Lets go.” Both songs have the same beat, baseline, hook two different genres and two different messages. “I’ve been really try in baby, tryna hold back these feelings for sooo long, and if you feel like I feel baby come on , ooooo come on , lets get it on“. Gaye Marvin. “Let’s get it on”. Lets get it on Motown, 1973. Marvin Gaye articulated lust and love in ways that presented sex as what it is for an adult, temporarily escaping the world. The song was inspired by Gayes thirst for his teenage girlfriend Janis Hunter, who later in his career became his second wife. The song centers around classical simple chord changes, the arrangements center around a slightly eccentric rhythm pattern that deepens the tracks power while covering with a contemporary veneer. In a slow melody sincerely expressing how deep his love is while the live instruments play, Gayes message to Janice is clearly stated. “There’s nothing wrong with me loving you baby no, no , and you giving yourself to me can never be wrong, if the love is true oh baby ,ooh , ooh”. “ Gaye Marvin. “Lets get it on”. Lets get it on Motown, 1973. Direct and straight to the...
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