Montener The Menace - Anyone Home?
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July 14, 2021 / Release Date
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Hip Hop, UK Hip Hop / Genres
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96
This is a near perfect album. The production choice is superb, as well as the features.
High Noon is one of the most exciting collaborations in years.
Montener holds his own and has shown to be an exceptional lyricist. There are so many great concept songs which tackle mental health, animal cruelty, as well as keeping his very British humour. This is a stunning hip-hop album. A huge improvement over his debut album.
Z.Younk
72
Just got the leak, over a month before release date and I'm STILL late to the advanced copy on this one. I have no score yet, but I will say the UK emcee showcases some good writing infused with a tolerable and subtle sense of humor. Brimming with personality that makes the album very memorable,with incredible features keeping interest piqued throughout. Your standard boom bap, though far from low-budget or throwaway beats, plus all of the features from legends are very well-executed. Edo. G, ... read more
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Track List

  1. Intro
  2. We Need To Talk About Kevin
  3. High Noon (Feat. Masta Ace, Rah Digga, Wordsworth & Fatlip)
  4. Imperfections
  5. Take It Back (Feat. Craig G & Edo. G)
  6. The Struggle (Feat. Guilty Simpson, Micall Parknsun & El Da Sensei)
  7. Dog Food (Feat. Dixie Daye)
  8. Anyone Home (Interlude)
  9. It's Always Sunny In Croydon (Feat. Boodah, Cracker Jon, The Strange Neighbour & Jay Purpose)
  10. Legends Never Die (Feat. A.G.)
  11. I Can't Resist Hearing...
  12. Feed The Foxes (Feat. Boodah)
  13. Bloody Marvellous (Feat. Keith Murray)
  14. Outro
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Added on: May 28, 2021