All We Need

Raury - All We Need
Critic Score
Based on 11 reviews
2015 Ratings: #672 / 772
User Score
Based on 35 ratings
2015 Ratings: #399
October 16, 2015 / Release Date
LP / Format
Columbia / Label
Hip Hop / Genres
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A fantastic mix between folk and hip-hop, I mean if you consider this anywhere near folk. I absolutely love this album, the vocals of Raury combined with the instrumentals are absolutely fantastic and the subject matter in some of these songs are amazing. The hooks for each and every song are so powerful and man do I suck at reviewing stuff but like I LOVE THIS PROJECT. Okay bye.
Surprisingly transcendent on a few of his tracks, especially front and back-loaded. This kid has huge thoughts and a unique way of expressing them. One of the more pleasant surprises as of recently.
Raury's first debut album is pretty much just a continuation of his first mixtape in style. The combination of acoustic folk and hip-hop works together surprisingly well. This release does have a bit more polish and some better song topics and content than Indigo Child. I love the positive messages that this project brings as well. Best tracks- Forbidden Knowledge, Woodcrest Manor II, CPU, Devil's Whisper, Peace Prevail, and Trap Tears.
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Track List

  1. All We Need
  2. Revolution
  3. Forbidden Knowledge (feat. Big K.R.I.T.)
  4. Woodcrest Manor II
  5. CPU (feat. RZA)
  6. Devil's Whisper
  7. Peace Prevail
  8. Crystal Express
  9. Love is Not a Four Letter Word
  10. Her
  11. Trap Tears (feat. Key)
  12. Mama
  13. Kingdom Come
  14. Friends
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Added on: September 10, 2015