Styles P - Presence
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Based on 10 ratings
November 15, 2019 / Release Date
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The Phantom Entertainment LLC, EMPIRE / Label
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Styles has always been consistent, especially recently, but this may just be the crux, culminating in some of his cleanest, premium production and bars. Bad Man, Blam Blam Blam ft. Benny & Conway, Blood Sweat & Tears, Brand New, Roll Up, Gotta Know and all the rest really.
As with all Styles P's releases there's nothing wrong with Presence, but there's also nothing special about it. Styles P is a good lyricist, but for some reason, he never succeeded in creating an album on par with his skills, often because of bland production and/or corny hooks. His work is always decent, but never stellar. Presence fits the Styles P mold: solid but forgettable.

Best Hip Hop Albums Of 2019:
1. Bad Man (ft. Butta) ❌
2. Blam, Blam, Blam (ft. Conway the Machine & BENNY the BUTCHER) ⭐️
3. Blood, Sweat & Tears ✅
4. Golden (ft. Xander) ❌
5. Either, Or ⭐️
6. Brand New ✅
7. Yes, Lord (ft. I-Man) ✅
8. Roll Up (ft. Chris Rivers & Cris Streetz) ❌
9. Numbers Don’t Lie ✅
10. Gotta Know ⭐️

Best Song = “Blam, Blam, Blam” (ft. Conway the Machine & BENNY the BUTCHER)
mediocre production. nice lyricism. flow doesnt change much though. not very memorable. decent album.
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Added on: November 15, 2019