Junglepussy - Jp4
Critic Score
Based on 5 reviews
2020 Ratings: #295 / 798
User Score
Based on 59 ratings
2020 Ratings: #661
Liked by 2 people
October 23, 2020 / Release Date
LP / Format
Friends Of, Jagjaguwar / Label
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Junglepussy has a very specific way of doing experimental hip hop, I heard some of her earlier work some years ago, wasn't that much interested. I admire the production on most tracks, some I really hated but there's nothing to the point of annoying. Something about her image makes me believe she's way better than she actually is, the expectations were a little too high. That said, this album is enjoyable, but sometimes enjoyable isn't enough, most people get bored with it, but most people ... read more
the ideas and production here are actually pretty surprising and stellar. we have a lot of interesting, different sounds and elements, from tribal beats to heavy synths to groovy guitar riffs, jp4 presents the listener with a pretty wide variety of colors and styles, from the soft to the explosive, the gentle to the agressive. unfortunately, where the project goes to die is with junglepussy herself. the vast majority of her verses end up coming across rather lost; it's not like she rides the ... read more
No matter how badly I want to, I just cannot relate to a half-hour of talking about how wet her pussy is. A lot of the rapping sounds offbeat or too slow. I cannot get behind her moans as ad-libs, and a lot of the tracks seem to be moving quicker than her. A few tracks have amazing production, and Stamina is a half-decent song.
Shayna McHayle is a New York City rapper that is best known as Junglepussy and she’s been getting a lot of attention for her latest release Jp4. On this album, she comes through with attention grabbing bars, compeling flow and vocal change ups reaffirming her originality and lack of value for what others have to say, all the while obscure hip hop production (courtesy of Nick Hook, Shy Guy, David Andrew Sitek, etc.) mixes with trip hop and psychedelia down below. Occasionally she comes ... read more
Favorite Track: Stamina (feat. Gangsta Boo)

Least favorite track: Arugula
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Track List

  1. Bad News
  2. Main Attraction
  3. Telepathy
  4. Morning Rock
  5. I Can't Wait (feat. Ian Isiah)
  6. Spiders
  7. What You Want
  8. Arugula
  9. Stamina (feat. Gangsta Boo)
  10. No Band Aid
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Added on: October 5, 2020