jragrazal
jragrazal
Penonomé, Coclé, Panamá

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jragrazal -
85
"When it's all said and done, who you gon' ride for?
Who you gon' slide for? Who you down to die for?"

Savage Mode II is the sequel to the Savage Mode EP by the 21 Savage and Metro Boomin duo. Back in 2016 when 21 Savage first broke out, he was a different person that the one we see today. A cold blooded rapper in and out the character, who was all about the streets, money and girls. The themes don't change, but in this instance, we see a more vulnerable 21, since his life has taken ... read more

Recent Reviews

jragrazal -
75
So, I wanted to start ranking the albums from one of my favorite bands in my coming of age years. For a little background, I was driven towards Rammstein due to their HUGE popularity in Latin America, so it was very easy to be attracted to the band in terms of sound and aesthetic. Plus, the fact that they're german

Rammstein's debut album doesn't offer anything special in terms of musical elements or new sounds in the up and coming Industrial Metal genre during the 90s. You have your booming ... read more
jragrazal -
85
Just a raw and uncut hardcore. The album grabs you by the head and starts crashing it against the wall with the brutal vocals and the instrumentation that brutally as equal. The songs in here are short and straight to the point. This band's drummer is the MVP, with the pounding drums and sharp snare that keep the songs moving. A very claustrophobic release and one of my most interesting listens of this year for sure
jragrazal -
85
Good God. This album does NOT give you room to breathe. Every track goes harder than the other before, and I just love that fact. There are also some mellow passages sprinkled around this album, but overall, this album bangs
jragrazal -
95
This has to be the best EP ever. Hard-hitting in every way possible, Daryl Palumbo, Justin Beck and company, whoever they were during the recording of these songs that span through the mid 2000s to early 10s, create the most in-your-face and powerful Post-Hardcore songs to date. All killer, no filler through the 21 minutes that this EP runs
jragrazal -
65
I used to be a Demi Lovato stan back in 2015, I'm not anymore, but this album... Still holds up as a very personal but fun pop album, in a time where everyone wondered what was next for Demi in her career, and she clapped back big time with a record that represented just confidence all around for her
Oct 17, 2020
aqui vivo y tu? *la penetra*
Aug 12, 2020
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I'm just trying to find my way while listening to music. There'll be a lot of positive scores cause I try to listen to music that I'll like at some degree
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80-89
 
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