Aitch - Polaris
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Based on 40 ratings
May 29, 2020 / Release Date
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UK Hip Hop / Genres
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A stain on Grime and the UK scene as a whole. Aitch is a parasite that appeals to 11-18-year-old boys, wannabe roadmen. I'm sick and tired of getting on any mode of public transport and hearing a child blasting this album through their JBL speakers, swinging on the handrails, being an absolute twat. This album encapsulates everything tasteless about a big part of hip-hop as a whole - it puts a spotlight on the tasteless culture that I, as a Brit am partly in. It's not about the demonization of ... read more
I mean... its worthless

Utterly worthless

But I'd be lying if I said the production quality wasn't insanely high. The project as a whole? I suppose it's fun, but Aitch himself is the worst thing about it and that's an issue. The ONLY reason this gets a "53" is because it's an EP not an album, and something short and fun is more endearing than something that overstays its welcome.
Safe to say & rain go crazy
shoutout Kenny Beats amright
I have never heard anyone only have 1 single flow up their sleeve until now.

I was hype after the first track because the production was banging thanks to Kenny Beats, there was sick wordplay and he brought a particular charisma to the track.

Then, the second track came. Production banging again (Thanks Kenny Beats again) but I wasn't as interested this time. He uses the exact same flow again! If you are going to use the same flow, rule of thumb is to not use it directly on the next ... read more
It could have been mediocre if not for the last track.
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Added on: May 29, 2020