Eversince

Bladee - Eversince
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Based on 443 ratings
2016 Ratings: #268
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EnigmaticSnob
80
I guess I understand why they call 'em drain gang, because this album is an intoxicating experience.

From the front frontiers of cloud rap sits Bladee, a name that is famed among the community for his druggy atmosphere and a sort of sluggishly confident voice that automatically feels like it's slow and on reverb without any effects. Eversince is an album that represents the stimulating and addictive nature of drain gang and Bladee perfectly well, whitearmor's production is immaculately ... read more
Comisdazied
95
i'll never get the hype. "drainers" are the most annoying internet fanbase of the past couple years
BradTasteMusic
22
This music is insta-migraine music
charlie17
NR
Written by philosophical drunks, for philosophical drunks. Punk in attitude but not in form, this is quite simply a modern classic and deserves to be held with the same esteem as Bob Dylan, Bruce Springsteen and the like.

And yes, I genuinely mean that. Not just hyperbole folks; I bought this album not too long after it came out and I play it, usually in its entirety, roughly once a fortnight and can see myself continuing to do so ad infinitum.

How many records can you honestly say that about?
nijakiler17
89
ive transcended all of you

best track: who goes there (i really used to think this was the worst song of all time lol)
worst track: n/a
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Track List

  1. Who Goes There
  2. So What (feat. Ecco2k)
  3. Lovenote
  4. Missing Person
  5. Romeo
  6. Xd Out
  7. Sick
  8. Rip
  9. Bloodveil / Stillborn (feat. Ecco2k)
  10. Sugar
  11. Wrist Cry
  12. Skin
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Added on: June 1, 2016