Agust D - D-2
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Based on 62 ratings
2020 Ratings: #461
Liked by 6 people
May 22, 2020 / Release Date
Mixtape / Format
Big Hit Entertainment / Label
Pop Rap, Trap Rap / Genres
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in every song he's saying he's better than every other rapper, lmfao
Agust D's second mixtape, 'D-2', while occasionally lacking in cohesion and production value, is lyrically just as compelling and thematically exceeding it's predecessor.

D-2 is an album separated into two parts, the first of which serving as a back-and-forth between Yoongi's two musical personas; Agust D and Suga - with the end half being in the perspective of Yoongi, serving as a more notional observation of his two sides.
Having reached heights of success few can even dream of since 2016's ... read more
I've already shown my love for Yoongi in the past, but sadly I can't show the same in this mixtape. D-2 is probably one of the most disappointing records I've heard in a while. The problems I find with Yoongi's previous outings in both BTS and his solo material are so much *more evident in this whole mixtape.

Firstly, the record's tone is all over the place. The cohesiveness between the tracks are messy, the tracklisting could've been better. Second, some of the lyrical content is ... read more
one word to describe his debut project would be “quarrelsome.” his constant outbursts there overwhelmed the entire atmosphere and it scarcely could give enough of space for him to talk about real life matters, since Agust D has this superiority complex and mindset of rappers that consists on rivalry. the sound of it was way aggressive back then and the lyrics were often very pessimistic or too greedy or too way out of reality, but it thankfully seems as though he decided to lay it ... read more
Oh, I love a spicy Friday mixtape. I also love when an artist known for being ultra bubbly and seemingly forced to act cute to please a specific crowd, starts to go edgy/emo. That happened with Ariana Grande, that happened in reverse with Tyler, the Creator (which also resulted in me debating on a lame Discord server), and now, here we are.

This, however, can't define my true opinion on Agust D's "D-2". Aside from the unusual name, this album also shows how artists always have ... read more
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Added on: May 22, 2020