SOHH highlights Classified’s Anything Goes single [News]
For their weekly Singled Out column, SOHH featured “Anything Goes” by Classified featuring Saukrates and Skratch Bastid. SOHH’s Amber McKynzie caught up with Class to ask about the song. Check out the full piece by clicking the link below.
Enfield, NS – [“Anything Goes”] was the first song that I did for the album, and the beat was actually a beat that I made a year before I wrote the song but it was a beat that I just loved and I kept for myself. I do a lot of producing for other people too, but that one I was just, No! I’m keeping this.
Rhyme-wise, I wanted it to be just what it says, “anything goes,” there wasn’t a certain topic. A lot of times I write a song I’ll get a topic and I’ll stick right to that topic from the start to the end of it, but this one it was just more line-for-line. Like I said, this was the first song I wrote for the album so a lot of the lines were lines that I just came up with from everyday life–just one liners. Then I would go back home and think of another one. Song wise it was more of a lyric song: just come up with punch lines, metaphors and still be myself and represent what I talk about. It was “anything goes.” Whatever I wanted to say on that track I just kind of said it.
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