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L'Rain - Fatigue
L'Rain
Fatigue
90
Dec 21

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Fidicinal -
NR
“Are you ready for your rap lessons?”

*Kendrick Lamar gulps*

*Eminem breathes heavily*

*Kanye West nods nervously*

*Jay-Z sighs*

“Yes, Submarine Man” they say in unison
Fidicinal -
20
Despite, or perhaps more accurately, because of Mosquito's mission statement, Infection 2 is a borderline unlistenable slog that fundamentally misunderstands the prequel's appeal.

The mission statement of course being this sense of crude nostalgia, Lil Mosquito Disease going back to his roots, making old scrappy basement loud-rap with a comedic twist after the somewhat (but not really) change of pace on Infestation. which features entirely too stiff procession that lack any motion, perhaps ... read more
Fidicinal -
30
Mosquito trades in a lot of his own style for somewhat more conventional trap metal on Infestation. Particularly in the vain of City Morgue and their fusion of stiff distorted drums and sampled metal and punk riffs. This on paper kind of seems like a match made in heaven one would think, as Mosquito... sure does scream a lot. But these songs just simply aren't great, they are really missing a punch and as a result come off as a shallow interruptions of the style. The more comedic bits of this ... read more
Fidicinal -
70
Improves on everything Infection did. Well, actually not really. It's still a very bloated project, and the low moments on this album drag just a little bit more than Infection's. However, everything else is cleaner, more realized and well excited than ever. But don't let that deceptive you, this is still a Flex Entertainment album. Just because this is the closest Mosquito has ever gotten to being a conventionally "good" rapper, doesn't mean anything's changed. This is still true to ... read more
Fidicinal -
60
Jumbled but mesmerizing. Mosquito really has a talent for creating a sort of "musical butchery" of other people's work, uncleared samples blown out and screwed with, with trap beats layered over vicariously. No one is safe, from Travis Scott and Playboi Carti, to Yoko Ono and Robert Miles, you're a protentional victim to Mosquito's grips. All the while he gives a ludicrous performance, screaming his brains out with the passion of a modern day Tom Waits. It's in its own way, a ... read more

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