Placeholder Image

字幕表 動画を再生する

  • Hey.”

  • Oh, hi.”

  • How’s it going?”

  • Why do you got this old professional background?”

  • Why do you have this professional hair?”

  • “O.K. I look like this everyday, bitch.

  • Singing: “Mirror, mirror on the wall,

  • don’t say itcause I know I’m cute.

  • Ooh, baby.

  • Louis down to my drawers, LV all on my shoes.

  • Ooh, baby.

  • I be drippinso much sauce, gotta been lookinlike Ragu.

  • Lit up like a crystal ball.

  • That’s cool, baby.

  • So is you.”

  • Hello.

  • Snowed in, so let’s go. ‘Empire State of Mind.’

  • [flute music]

  • My story begins in Houston, Tex.

  • I was a flute player and went to college

  • for music performance.

  • [flute music]

  • “I was really excited about writing.

  • I would write raps.”

  • Rapping: “Ain’t got no time for the C-3P0, wookie.

  • Looky here.

  • Three cheers for the woman of the yearme!”

  • When did Lizzo Lizzo sort of crystalize?”

  • “I wrote a song calledMy Skin.’”

  • Singing: “I woke up in this.

  • I woke up in this, in my skin.”

  • And people were just so shocked

  • that, you know, in 2014, this big black girl was saying,

  • I’m in love with myself.

  • I love my skin.

  • I was like, why is this such a shocker to y’all?

  • I’m going to just talk about this [expletive]

  • all the time until you get used to it.”

  • Tell me about meeting Lizzo

  • and what was your first impression of her?”

  • Honestly, my first impression was,

  • yo, this big girl don’t give a [expletive], bro.

  • She hard!

  • She hard, bro.”

  • Bitch!”

  • [flute music]

  • “I was just drawn to her

  • you know, her — I don’t know what the word is.”

  • [flute music]

  • Do you remember what the studio was like on the day

  • you guys startedJuice’?”

  • We had made a lot of demos.

  • We had made a lot of songs.

  • And I was getting a little tired.”

  • “I remember, she was like — “

  • Ricky, I want you to play a song that is a [expletive]

  • undeniable hit.

  • And he was like, all right, I think this is it.

  • We were like, bah!

  • And it was just the part.

  • It was the

  • with the drums.”

  • [imitates music]

  • “I was so specifically trying to,

  • like, find the Prince-Bowie etc., like, thing.”

  • It made me want to dance.

  • It made me feel like, yo, this has a throwback feel,

  • but they definitely made it in 2019.”

  • The way he works is, hell just kind of sit there

  • for a while.”

  • “I’m just sitting in a chair, laid back.

  • And the mic is, like, literally right here.

  • And I said, ‘Mirror, mirror,

  • on the wall, don’t say itcause I know I’m cute.

  • Ooh, baby.”

  • “I thought that was really cute and cool.

  • But I was like, you know, keep going.”

  • “I said, I woke up like this.

  • I ain’t even got to try.

  • She was likeshe was like, man, somebody

  • said that already.”

  • Singing: “I woke up like this.”

  • But it’s not just about waking up pretty.

  • What do we really mean underneath that?

  • I was born like this.”

  • And I was like, that’s even [expletive] better.”

  • “I was born like this means I love me for me,

  • no matter what makeup I have on, what weave I have on,

  • whether I got my lash extensions on or not.”

  • “I was like, I think we need a word.

  • What’s the word?

  • The word thatyou know, we was like, yo, juice.”

  • “I think juice is kind of freaky.

  • I think juice is kind of spiritual and special.

  • I think — I think it’s black [expletive].

  • [laughs]

  • All right.”

  • We recorded the demo.

  • And then when we started working on it with Lizzo,

  • I always work on the key with the artists

  • to get the sweet spot, vocally.”

  • She went straight in the booth

  • and started recording it.

  • And as soon as I heard her sing — ”

  • Singing: “Mirror, mirror on the wall, don’t say it,

  • cause I know I’m cute.”

  • “I was like, oh, [expletive], we out of here.

  • This [expletive] is hard as [expletive].

  • This [expletive] is hard as [expletive].”

  • Sometimes, when I’m in a session,

  • and an artist sings one line,

  • I can’t help but jump on the talkback and be like,

  • this is going to be crazy!”

  • Singing: “I’m like chardonnay,

  • get better over time.

  • Heard you say I’m not the baddest bitch, you lie.”

  • “I laugh in the track and I laugh live.

  • I just think that [expletive] is funny.

  • I be like, bitch, youre lying.”

  • Singing: “Ain’t my fault that I’m out here gettinloose.

  • Gotta blame it on the goose.

  • Gotta blame it on my juice, baby.”

  • “I texted Ricky, like, after I was done recording.

  • I just texted him, ‘emotional,’ because it was.

  • The song was really, really simple before.

  • And Ricky spent a lot of time being a muso on it

  • and beefed it up.”

  • So, this is sort of the control room.

  • Here are some toys, mostly synthesizers,

  • early ’70s, early ’80s.

  • We have basically two horn parts.”

  • “I will say I’m a very horny artist.

  • [laughs]

  • As it went on, there’s, like, some real kind

  • of, like, ’80s electro.

  • [singing]

  • You have this kind of magic thing that happens.

  • It’s almost, like, 2019, like, vintage sounds, which

  • is just, like, pitch-shifting something to death,

  • and then it sounds, like, warbly and [expletive] up.

  • Oh, I totally forgot.

  • One of the most important keyboard parts,

  • that Lizzo actually came up with — ”

  • Tell me about the decision to get Lizzo’s friends to come

  • in and record backup.”

  • Oh, man.

  • That was amazing.

  • I think the first person that threw that up was Theron.”

  • We needed some gang vocals, you know?

  • I wanted, like, a group of girls in there.”

  • And I was like, even better, I can get my girls in here.”

  • “I was like, hell [expletive] yeah.

  • That’s what I need.

  • So like, three or four of her best friends

  • came to the studio, and they were just in the booth,

  • like lit.”

  • Singing: “That’s how I roll.

  • If I’m shining, everybody gonna shine.

  • Yeah, I’m gold.

  • I was born like this.

  • Don’t even gotta try.

  • Now you know.

  • I’m like chardonnay,

  • get better over time.

  • So, you know.”

  • This was a case where it was like, this

  • is bananas, like, how much it was adding.”

  • It’s the little details like that

  • that make a song from a good song to a magical moment.”

  • Singing: “It ain’t my fault that I’m out here

  • gettinloose.

  • Gotta blame it on the goose.

  • Gotta blame it on my juice, baby.

  • It ain’t my fault that I’m out here making news.

  • I’m the pudding in the proof.

  • Gotta blame it on my juice.”

  • You know what it felt like?

  • It felt like fun.

  • I just kept saying, whatever we do,

  • I want people to hear it, and I want people to smile.”

  • It honestly just feels so, so super joyful,

  • listening to it back.”

  • Singing: “It ain’t my fault that I’m out here gettin’ —

  • I love this song.

  • It’s like, I can’t not sing the whole thing.”

  • What were your, like, high school bus bars like?”

  • Oh, my God.

  • It was always: Man, what’s the deal?

  • Man, I’m coming through.

  • Coming down chilly, banging on a screw.

  • It’s your girl, Lizzo.”

  • [laughs]

Hey.”

字幕と単語

動画の操作 ここで「動画」の調整と「字幕」の表示を設定することができます

A2 初級

リッツォが「Juice」を彼女のように喜びに満ちたものにした方法|歌の日記 (How Lizzo Made ‘Juice’ as Joyous as She Is | Diary of a Song)

  • 2 0
    林宜悉 に公開 2021 年 01 月 14 日
動画の中の単語