every since first listening to this some months back while trying to listen to more 2022 albums, this album quickly caught me off-guard with how off-the-rails, brutal, and beautiful it is all at once, and, ever since, it has risen to become one of my top 5 favorite albums of all time, as well as my 2nd favorite rock album, just below ... read more
forget everything you knew about Lil Yachty before now!
to state the obvious, this album diverts a LOT from Lil Yachty's typical work - whereas his previous work was your run-of-the-mill trap rap, this derails from that genre for a psychedelic rock record with a sound similar to that of Tame Impala and even Pink Floyd at times (most notably with the opening track)
the craziest part to me, though, is that he manages to absolutely nail this genre, i was expecting it to be ... read more
the main thing that stood out to me before listening to this record is it being a rather early example of hip-hop as a genre of music, releasing in the 1980s - and, it still manages to hold up pretty well in spite of some kinda outdated ... read more
there's always this charm with foreign albums, one of beautiful mystique, as truly amazing non-English albums surpass the need to be lyrically understandable - the weight and emotions of the instrumentals alone is enough to fully immerse oneself in an album of such nature
luckily, and rather obviously, this album has some incredible production ... read more