Recent Reviews

Oct 13, 2019
90
A psychedelic journey spanning an hour and thirty minutes, where new and recurring elements pop up, only to leave a second later. I can’t help, but feel hypnotized by .666% 's multiple longer-lasting chord progressions as all of the other elements work together at an unexpected pace, which keeps me on my toes. “What element is going to appear next? What element will disappear next? Will it reappear? If so when?” These questions keep me engaged in this journey of a mixtape and ... read more
Oct 12, 2019
88
This project made me realize cloud rap is the shoegaze of hip hop. I understand why people would disagree with this statement as not many cloud rap artists push the genre’s boundaries to such an extent other than, say, Playboi Carti. But there just so happens to be a collective that has pushed cloud rap’s boundaries more than any of their contemporaries. That collective is Reptilian Club Boyz. This Tennessee-based experimental hip-hop group formed in 2017, including artists such as ... read more
May 31, 2019
91
“Man Lil B God's Father man
One of the best and um, one of the rawest mixtapes EVER to be released in musical history” - Lil B
May 12, 2019
83
Fuck that mumblin’ shit. Before the release of Die Lit, I was not a fan of such repetitive, mind-numbing music. The first project I had ever heard to fit this description was the 2017 Playboi Carti mixtape. Though my thoughts on self-titled have changed drastically since my first listen, I used to think the mixtape was laughably bad. Going into Die Lit, I expected more of the same. Same old mumbling, lackluster songwriting, and most of all, the unbearably overused ad-libs. And at first ... read more
Mar 2, 2019
85
It's a shame Endless got overlooked by Blonde and was used to finesse Def Jam. As someone who enjoys Endless more, I'm glad Frank didn't leave it in the dust. Mike Dean really came through with this one. His mastering noticeably enhances the ambience of Endless. I feel all the more enveloped in Frank's fragmented memories throughout each track because of it. It's a beautiful experience.
Jun 27, 2019
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