Recent Reviews

Apr 17, 2020*
MRagouzi -
The spirit of DaBaby is changing slightly, but the outcome of some of his newer try-outs are rather disappointing.

I’ll give him credit for going from almost no variety of sound and delivery on ‘KIRK’, to a little bit more effort on ‘BLAME IT ON BABY’. I myself was getting pretty tired of his recurring, bouncing club songs (and features) ever since he blew up.

But in hindsight, those abrupt, harsh bangers remain his strongest trait. Especially on this tape, I ... read more
Apr 15, 2020
MRagouzi -
Jay IDK tries to wrap up a complex, larger-than-life subject inside a 36 minutes long tape, which frankly is too short to cover the wide-ranging question ‘Is He Real?’. Although the conceptual entirety might not be as exhaustive and profound as some other top-notch concept albums, IDK still demonstrates flawless skill and musical versatility.

From a pure musical point of view, I consider the majority of the tracks flowing through the interludes to be absolute immaculate. All of the ... read more
Apr 4, 2020
MRagouzi -
Lil Mosey’s ‘Certified Hitmaker’ is the equivalent of chewing cheap strawberry bubblegum: After the first sugary sweet 10 minutes, the taste disappears and I completely lose my appetite.

Mosey is an exemplary illustration of a one-trick pony. His 2019 XXL Cypher exposes how one-dimensional and uninspired he actually is. I enjoyed some guilty pleasures on his 2018 project ‘Northsbest’, but that’s about everything Lil Mosey has to offer until now. ... read more
Apr 2, 2020
MRagouzi -
Often I can’t really tell if Don is rapping or singing, but this smooth transition and interchange between the two makes him an outstanding character in his own lane. Don’s strongest trait is definitely his passionate vocal input, with its subtle details, and I like how this factor sticks out the most on the album.

His vocal role in combination with the polished production on songs like ‘Wasted’, ‘Can’t Feel My Legs’ and the title song ‘Heaven or ... read more
Apr 2, 2020
MRagouzi -
Quavo has no tricks up his sleeve, as he sets out on his own with ‘QUAVO HUNCHO’. He quickly gets overshadowed by high-profile features and the decent production delivered throughout the album.

Quavo seems to be stuck in the same, plain trap sound from which we know him so well. On his debut solo album he doesn’t take risks, he doesn’t leave his comfort zone and he certainly doesn’t leave me behind impressed. I feel like he fabricates most of his tracks with the ... read more
Apr 17, 2020
Hi there! I accidentally deleted by Fetch the Bolt Cutters review (instead of 'editing' it) and I'm quite pleased with it, would you mind giving it another look? I don't expect a like, just a read my friend!
Apr 2, 2020
This is a reply to the comment you left on my Trippir Redd review.
I honestly don't remember, I just know that at this point, i hate his singing on the majority of those tracks. I don't remember a lot of them because I don't return to it often
Just throwing sum thoughts on rap/trap!!!
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