The Wolf of Peachtree

Jelly & Pi'erre Bourne - The Wolf of Peachtree
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Based on 32 ratings
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January 31, 2020 / Release Date
LP / Format
Sosshouse / Label
Trap Rap / Genres
Pi'erre Bourne / Primary Artists
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AZIZ
74
Savage Mode but it's a blumhouse film instead of a slasher
televisthisit
50
I came for Pi'erre Bournes production but stayed for Pi'erre's production. Jelly isn't terrible but his flows are pretty boring and he doesn't really stand out from many other rappers. The production is great though Pi'erre is always exceptional, I love the way he slightly changes and adapts his beats to the person he's working with whether it be Young Nudy, Carti or on a solo project.
NR
Pi’erre has to stop the collaboration with these artists. Jelly is a less interesting version of Texas rapper Peso Peso, who is also somewhat boring. That gives you an idea of how boring this project was. The whole thing felt like a run on sentence, as well. Pierre has never disappointed me until this, and I don’t think he will ever make a joint EP this disappointing again.
2SentenceReview
40
Pi'erre Bourne provides his production and executes it decently but it clashes harsh with Jelly's style. Pi'erre is not peanut butter to Jelly but more like mayonaise.
znorth3
40
Just like on Sli’merre and TLOP4, Pierres Beats prove to be miles ahead of the raps
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Track List

  1. Karma
  2. Kash Money
  3. Stripes
  4. Gang (feat. PDE Escobar)
  5. Bev Hill
  6. Patience
  7. Spot
  8. Road Running
  9. In the Night
  10. Trap (feat. Frazier Trill)
  11. You Kant
  12. Num
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Added on: February 4, 2020