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Jan 5, 2018
67
Look, the song isn’t bad by any means, but for two artists as unfiltered, fearless, and intricate as Kendrick and SZA, the song feels oddly ordinary. Of course, both artists will have to finetune some sections of their artistry in service of a mass-released superhero film, but the song does feel devoid of any originality.


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Jan 5, 2018
79
“Filthy,” is about five minutes of groovy funk and Prince vibes. “Filthy” sounds like an updated and more mature version of the FutureSex/LoveSounds era; there is clear innovation here, and it sounds polarizing at first but it is actually quite great. Lyrically, the song seems to act as a bridge from The 20/20 Experience era to the Man of the Woods era. Justin smoothly and boastfully reciting “Haters gon’ say it’s fake, so real” over a warbling ... read more
Jan 5, 2018
87
Just after the anniversary of In Living Color, Bruno and Cardi dropped the video to their remix of “Finesse,” the latest single off of Bruno’s timeless album, 24K Magic. The new mix of the song, is thankfully not just, a cut-and-paste of Cardi’s verse into the original track.

Cardi kicks off the song with a cute a distinctive 90’s flow and there are some added “ayyees” in the background of the production. One thing about Cardi B, she may not be a super ... read more
Dec 26, 2017
72
Like it or not, Cardi B is here to stay. Cardi cements herself as the reigning princess of rap on her new 21 Savage-assisted single, “Bartier Cardi.” The track remains in the New York trap lane that Cardi first cruised down with the inescapable “Bodak Yellow;” unlike her previous single, this song is stacked with hooks in the chorus, pre-chorus, intro, and verses. Read more at https://blackboybulletin.wordpress.com/2017/12/25/review-bartier-cardi/
Dec 26, 2017
65
In the spirit of Christmas, Travis Scott and Quavo have finally bestowed their highly anticipated collaborative album. The album commences with a soulful Otis Redding sample followed by the hottest streak of rap tracks all year. The first four songs on the album showcase the inimitable chemistry of Travis and Quavo and their acute ear for melody and production. Read more at https://blackboybulletin.wordpress.com/2017/12/25/review-huncho-jack/
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