You Can't Kill Me

070 Shake - You Can't Kill Me
Critic Score
Based on 7 reviews
2022 Ratings: #298 / 394
User Score
Based on 476 ratings
2022 Ratings: #165
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CRITIC REVIEWS

80
Clash
Across its 14 tracks, the record is an honest and striking body of work.
80
Northern Transmissions
The story through the album that follows after saying “I think we should start here” is one of reflection, learning, and ultimately, growth.
80
The Line of Best Fit

On You can’t kill me, 070 Shake’s pursuit of new musical frontiers is as intense as ever and even though some parts of this project let down the rest, it is overall a thrilling experience that signals growth from an artist who has a lot more to give.

72
HipHopDX
Her relationships and creative process go hand-in-hand, where lessons spill onto the page, leaving behind a musical diary that’s begging to be opened and examined.
70
Pitchfork
On her second album, the New Jersey singer-songwriter recenters her romantic anguish through a more muted delivery, but her plaintive songwriting hasn’t lost its intoxicating touch.
60
The Observer
The rapper’s distinctive voice is often lost in the mix on an album with only flashes of her earlier brilliance.
60
The Needle Drop

While just as well-produced as Modus Vivendi and a bit denser, You Can't Kill Me carries over the structural shortcomings.

5ifthave
60

most of it felt pretty dry tbh
some good attempts here and there
but some of tracks don't even kick off til the last minute of it
and some feel way too slow than they needed to be

BaddieBaphomet
70

NO NUANCE REVIEW

070 Shake is starting to really come into her own as a compelling singer and songwriter, I just wish she didn’t use seemingly the same handful of tricks throughout this album. With production like this, if her next album was more adventurous in the types of songs she made she could easily make something outstanding.

Case
75

While 070 Shake still clearly wears her influences on her sleeve (most notably Kanye West, The Weeknd, & Travis Scott), she still comes through with a really impressive album that improves on her last and features some of the best production of the year. The songwriting could still be improved, and the album is a little samey, but it’s still a step in the right direction.

74

This is a good album with some boring parts strung throughout. The vocal performance is amazing and some instrumentals are nice, however the pacing on most of the songs ruins the flow of the album.

AyeItsJoey
32

The vocals are giving very much sitcom lady's man teenage son

72

Great songs on it

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Track List

1Web
2:06
77
2Invited
2:41
74
3History
4:50
83
4Medicine
3:15
71
5Skin and Bones
3:34
83
6Blue Velvet
4:36
76
7Cocoon
3:21
79
8Body
3:30
75
9Wine & Spirits
3:15
73
10Come Back Home
5:01
76
11Vibrations
3:41
77
12Purple Walls
2:49
73
13Stay
2:42
72
14Se Fue La Luz
3:25
82
Total Length: 48 minutes
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Added on: April 12, 2022