Bears Like This Too Much

Spillage Village - Bears Like This Too Much
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December 2, 2016 / Release Date
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Spillage Village Records / Label
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Cul-de-sac raps, if ever a thing could exist. This album feels like a cypher with all the kids from the neighborhood, flexing and lamenting about their lives over the smoothest, sassiest beats you'll hear in a second. These beats are sassy, I can't explain it otherwise, you gotta trust me on this one.

Spillage Village banks on JID and Earthgang hard carrying the majority of the run time, and.. well, they're more then talented enough to do so! Can't Call It is the most iconic jam here, but ... read more
Beautiful production and nice lyrics. The beat on Can’t Call It is amazing.
I can't believe i didn't know this group/album existed! Very ironic because i'm a huge fan of all the members from Dreamville espcially JID & Earthgang who i would take over Cole any day (shhhh) But yeah this is a smooth album with some really silky pleasant production/great run time. This definitely wasn't any of them in their prime but you can see the growth and appreciate it more after listening to this!! Like it.
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Track List

  1. Intro
  2. Can’t Call It (ft. J. Cole & Bas)
  3. Yellow Snow Freestyle
  4. Voodoo
  5. Hands (Skit)
  6. Outside
  7. Rounds
  8. Snake Skit (Skit)
  9. M.O.M (ft. Quentin Miller)
  10. Old Shit
  11. Willow Tree
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Added on: June 11, 2017