Bobby Tarantino II

Logic - Bobby Tarantino II
Critic Score
Based on 3 reviews
User Score
Based on 779 ratings
2018 Ratings: #797
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CRITIC REVIEWS

70
HipHopDX

Bobby Tarantino II suggests that Logic is still unsure about the direction and perception of his artistry.

67
Pitchfork
The entire tape is magnitudes fleeter, lighter on its toes, and more entertaining than any of his bloated, overambitious albums have been.
50
The Needle Drop

Despite the bouncy production, good feature spots, and Logic's technical ability, Bobby Tarantino II is just as inconsequential as its predecessor.

nemgax
NR

rick & morty at the beginning of this was enough to make me stop

BradTasteMusic
65

I really enjoyed his rendition on Sing About me I’m Dying of Thirst pt.3

Rollo_P
52

Good production is the only thing here. That's the only value you can get from this thing. What other value is there? 44 More is a DNA rip-off, as blatant as possible. The features here are ass. The stench of Everybody is still lingering. No one has felt happy about liking Rick And Morty since 2014. It's.. it's so not good on everything except the beats. But the beats are still solid. Logic the producer > Logic the MC, no doubt about it.

jdotdeedot
59

Back when this joint came out I actually fairly enjoyed this album. But it has aged poorly for me I feel like my ears has just matured much more and i've come to realize this sequel to bobby tarantino isn't anything worth while tbh. Except midnight and 44 more those songs fucking slap and have aged the best.

NR

that rick and morty skit took so much out of me im not listening to the rest of this album for a while

TheCarioca
63

Grandpa's Space Ship - 1/5
Overnight - 3/5
Contra - 4/5
BoomTrap Protocol - 3/5
Yuck - 3/5
Indica Badu - 5/5 ❤
Midnight - 4/5
Warm It Up - 4/5
Wizard Of Oz - 3/5
State Of Emergency - 3/5
Wassup - 3/5
Everyday - 1/5
44 More - 4/5

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Added on: March 7, 2018