Its psychedelic and sinister vibes bring a dark and defining aura of gangsta rap that is rarely present in the sort, and ScHoolboy's performances dive deep into the disturbing livelihood of the streets. Groovy Tony is absolutely killer.
As I was left in concern for the group's status after Amir being booted from the group, Brockhampton fortunately pull through with a project that not only shows that they've moved on, but that they are still very ambitious and always ready to experiment.
Somewhat of a more hopeful step-up in sound and lyrics in comparison to Humanz, but relies on the its same lack of genre experimentation, showing that Albarn might've been seeing too many dollar signs after reviving the band, because it wasn't the characters that made Gorillaz gain its popularity, but rather the diversity in the music itself.
I'm African American mixed with Spaniard and I am from the West Coast currently residing in Southern California. I like to diversify my music tastes: Hip Hop, Rock, Metal, Jazz, Electronic, D&B, Orchestral, etc.