AOTY 2019

Who Told You To Think​?​?​!​!​?​!​?​!​?​!

Milo - Who Told You To Think​?​?​!​!​?​!​?​!​?​!
Critic Score
Based on 7 reviews
2017 Ratings: #73 / 725
User Score
Based on 204 ratings
2017 Ratings: #180
August 11, 2017 / Release Date
LP / Format
Ruby Yacht, The Order Label / Label
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The 405

His latest album, and his best one at that, Who Told You To Think??!!?!?!?!, is a fifteen track epic exploring the height of Milo's capabilities as an artist.

A.V. Club

Milo’s still firmly making experimental hip-hop, bridging various through-lines of mind-expanding boom-bap, but he’s also etching his way toward the center, his art getting clearer with each step.

Pretty Much Amazing

While Milo’s lyrical wit has remained sharp over the years, the beats he raps over have gotten better and better with every release, culminating in Who Told You To Think??!!?!?!?! as the best batch of beats he’s rapped over.

Tiny Mix Tapes

This is the crux of the album’s difficulty: it feels personal and scans as though it should be, but time and time again, it leaves me not quite sure whether I know a single thing about milo, the person.

milo is a sharp-tongued rapper whose wordplay rewards close listening. On his third and best LP, the Maine emcee carries the flag for the underground rap scene that birthed him.
The Needle Drop

Following up on its predecessor's sense of urgency, Who Told You to Think??!!?!?!?! is another thought-provoking abstract hip hop album under Milo's belt.

another album I tend to come back to during breakups for some reason, just sounds eerie as fuck now
He has taken the worst qualities of his previous album ie His Ego and made an album for it, at this point you're just listening to this guy because he uses interesting words, really not worth it, considering his words are completely empty and bloated by his insecurities and the ego he has created to protect said insecurities.

To compare Milo to Earl Sweatshirt is just a crime.
Richly etherial and savagely quirky. His best project yet.

BEST TRACKS: Yet Another, Call + Form, Sorcerer, Pablum // CELESKINGIII, Landscaping, Idk, Embroidering Machine
Just the same song and dance for Milo. This time, his effort in Who Told You To Think??!!?!?!?! shows no such thing. It's too minimal and boring to feel intrigued the whole way through.
This album is boring. There is a serious problem in parts of the hiphop and underground hiphop communities where any rapper that is lyrical or conscious is automatically good and immune to any hate. This album is boring and at points can barely be considered music. Milo definitely has lyrical substance and interesting philosophies and opinions. Beyond that there isn't much to take away from this album. The beats are lo-fi to the point of being indistinguishable at times, the song structures are ... read more
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Track List

  1. Poet (Black Bean)
  2. Landscaping (feat. ELUCID)
  3. Call + Form (Picture)
  4. Magician (Suture)
  5. The Young Man Has a Point (Nurture) [feat. YOUNGMAN]
  6. Pablum // CELESKINGIII
  7. Note to Mrs
  8. Paging Mr. Bill Nunn
  9. Sorcerer
  10. Take Advantage of the Naysayer
  11. Idk
  12. Yet Another (feat. Lorde Fredd33, YCP Beno, And Signor Benedick the Moor)
  13. Ornette's Swan Song (feat. Self Jupiter)
  14. Embroidering Machine
  15. Rapper (feat. Busdriver)
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