Thugger truly sounds devoid of any personality that made him fun to listen to in past efforts. He can offer a few funny lyrics here ... read more
6ix9ine and most of his friends sound like their vocals are dangerously close to giving from lack of water. The production gets unbearably dull and basic that it’s actually appalling.
I gotta say though, being trash in two languages is quite the feat.
Favorite Song(s): ……….
Least Favorite(s): Yes.
The topics of REAL GANGSTA SHIT haven’t gotten stale to me just yet, and the production’s still pretty hard hitting; aggressive when it needs to be, sinister if the song calls for it. 50’s performance shines on a song or two, but he’s still just talking about the same stuff he’s been talking about from the previous album. He hasn’t switched his style enough (or much at ... read more
Aside from a few out of place tracks sonically speaking this is a very well put together gangsta rap album, with fantastic performances from 50, in terms of using his voice to set the atmosphere a track. Other than that the lyrics aren’t exactly head-turning, and noticed that he bragged about his flow a few times…but I wasn’t very impressed by it myself.
The team of ... read more
This was my favorite Kanye album for a while, I still think this is the best album out of the school trilogy.
Graduation starts off great, 'Good Morning' setting up the vibe well enough. The positives only continue from there, with Kanye dropping lyrical gems like he dropped out of P.E.
The synth based production is just another step-up from the previous; with sonically extravagant song like 'Stronger', 'Flashing Lights', 'The Glory' and 'Big Brother'. Even ... read more