This album right here shaped the way I look at music as an art form completely without a doubt. Before listening to this piece of art, I’d listen to music and even some albums, and I’d overall just see that as “something to have on the background or when I’m bored”, never did it come to my mind that this could be someone’s hobby unless you play an ... read more
I like this.
I mean, it's clear there's still a vision here, YE HAS NOT LOST IT, in terms of music creating ability. He's shooting for something dark, trap inspired, almost like a villain (which if you follow traditional media you might think that's the case).
I'm not trying to defend ye or anything, but in general I just like a lot of his output. I can ... read more
I really hope the album is completely like this, because it'll make for a consistent Drake experience, like 'Honestly, Nevermind', which will most likely get a bunch of hate, but I loved that project, so better for me.
The SZA feature here for sure helps with variety, there's chemistry.
I'm an enjoyer of most of Yeat's work since 2021, so this is totally fine with me, it's cool to see the piano mixed in with all the strange adlibs. Also, Yeat really does start saying anything on here, lyrically, with some interesting flows and funny rhyme schemes.
Once again, Yeat keeps evolving slowly!
If anybody could do it, it was him.
LaFlame already did the perfect crossover between mainstream and experimental trap in 'ASTROWORLD' (and it became one of the most popular albums of the last decade), so it's amazing to see him acknowledge it by going fully experimental; he doesn't have to prove anything anymore. This is raw, as he's described it. It's almost like he wanted to thank his most loyal fans by going back to his roots, and this seems to be it. ... read more