Beach House 3

Ty Dolla $ign - Beach House 3
Critic Score
Based on 9 reviews
2017 Ratings: #347 / 717
User Score
Based on 35 ratings
2017 Ratings: #482
October 27, 2017 / Release Date
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Atlantic / Label
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CRITIC REVIEWS

90
Tiny Mix Tapes

Beach House 3 is a strong, strong effort: universally pleasant in the same way as its antecedents, but given a thorough sonic update so as to keep pace with modernity.

82
HipHopDX

Beach House 3 is a great listen. Where Campaign (though dope) may have lacked some serious earworm moments, this album picks up the remaining tab — with change to spare.

80
XXL

Beach House 3 truly is one of Ty Dolla $ign’s best works to date. He manages to please with his collaborative hits and hooks all while maintaining artistic integrity with his more introspective tracks.

80
AllMusic

Beach House III is nonetheless conclusive evidence that the singer, rapper, songwriter, producer, and multi-instrumentalist is among the most skilled and creative figures in the business.

78
Pitchfork

Ty Dolla $ign’s new album is superbly refined. It leverages his gravelly voice, attention to detail, and willingness to kill his ego.

75
A.V. Club

While 2015’s Free TC felt designed to impress, a little too encyclopedic and earnest for its own good, Beach House 3 takes its concept literally, soundtracking a hypothetical bender in a paradise where the comedown never arrives.

60
NME

Lyrically, ‘Beach House 3’ is a step away from the musician’s satin-sheeted comfort zone, but we may have to wait for ‘Beach House 4’ to see him truly come of age.

40
The Guardian

His second album is a narrow, unimaginative collection.

j_cale23_
65
Three words: Filler, filler, filler.
1koopl1
91
Listened not expecting as much quality as I got, this was a great fun listen with some unique summer R&B/Soul, some real good instrumentation and harmonies. The album seems to have a tropical summer beach style theme to it that somehow fucking works. Some sunset music and late night beach party anthems on here along with some slow relaxing waves,
Sappy
75
Top Favorite: Don’t Judge Me
Other Favorites: Love U Better, Famous, Droptop In The Rain
Least Favorite: Dawsin's Breek
BruhMan
52
The stupid little "famous" interludes, do this shit no good.

FAV: Love U Better, Ex, Dawsin's Breek & Stare

LEAST: Side Effects
dyelir
75
Although this lacks the highs of Free TC, Beach House 3 is arguably Ty Dolla $ign's best work. Despite the fact that he sounds just as effortless doing either, you get the feeling throughout the album that his croon-singing works in his favor far more than his warble-style rapping.
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END OF YEAR LISTS

#5/BET
#10/Pigeons & Planes
#11/Passion of the Weiss
#18/Rap-Up
#34/SPIN

Track List

  1. Famous
  2. Famous Lies
  3. Love U Better (feat. Lil Wayne & The-Dream)
  4. Ex (feat. YG)
  5. Famous Excuses
  6. Droptop in the Rain (feat. Tory Lanez)
  7. Don’t Judge Me (feat. Future & Swae Lee)
  8. Dawsin's Breek (feat. Jeremih)
  9. Don't Sleep On Me (feat. Future & 24hrs)
  10. Stare (feat. Pharrell Williams & Wiz Khalifa)
  11. Famous Friends
  12. So Am I (feat. Damian Marley & Skrillex)
  13. Lil Favorite (feat. MadeinTYO)
  14. In Your Phone
  15. All The Time
  16. Famous Amy
  17. Side Effects
  18. Famous Last Words
  19. Message in a Bottle
  20. Nate Howard Intro
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