Pop Smoke - Shoot for the Stars, Aim for the Moon
Jul 3, 2020
50
I feel weird, it's not bad or anything I'm just feeling odd. This doesn't sound too much like the Pop Smoke I heard before. Instead of having a lot of those drill sounds he was good at making it more focused on this boring melodic sound that made Pop Smoke sound like a generic rapper which is not what he deserved. Even if I didn't like Meet the Woo I had some fun with it for a while this felt not as fun. Still Pop Smoke delivers some good fun songs with features ranging from decent to bad, its not bad but really it could've been better. I still like his drill sound, just wanted more.
4 Comments
Jul 3, 2020
Summed up perfectly.
Jul 3, 2020
This album took a much more melodic approach.
Jul 3, 2020
Yup and I thought that was a bad decision
Jul 6, 2020
This album shows the versatility of Pop Smoke and how he can handle a range of vocals
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