OGreene

OGreene

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This is a random release early on in the atmospheric black metal scene and I believe it to be one of the first atmospheric black metal releases. The music itself here isn’t much different from other atmospheric black metal releases at the time. The recording is extremely lo-fi and the instrumentals are solid, but nothing groundbreaking for the genre. This project also has these satanic/ growled and reverberated vocals that remind me of Bathory’s vocalist, except if he were one floor ... read more

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HWE4 is a further demonstration of the exhilarating gangster rap laced with boom bap beats that Westside Gunn has showcased on past installments in the series. Its apparent that Gunn doesn’t need to change his style as every outing in the HWE series has been anywhere from good to great. Notbaly, The Cow serves as an engaing and enduring intro that really highlights Conway’s rapping ability rather than Gunn’s. This is by no means a bad thing as Conway is very in depth about ... read more
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Despite being well known as a founder of the famous rap group Three 6 Mafia, I’ve never yet listened to a Juicy J solo project. I also don’t have much experience with Three 6 Mafia in general as I have really only listened to a track or two by them in the past. I was intrigued by the gimmicky cover art and came away from this album relatively satisfied. Juicy J’s entire purpose on this project is to make bangers and he succeeds for the most part. He is by no means a lyrical ... read more
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As someone who heavily disliked the original Savage Mode for how uninteresting the production and vocals were, I can say that Savage Mode II not only trumps the original, but is leagues better. Like the first Savage Mode, the second is a collaboration between 21 Savage and producer Metro Boomin. While I previously mentioned that I didn’t enjoy the first Savage Mode, I at least respect how well the vocals matched the production and the same can be said for Savage Mode II. The first Savage ... read more
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Conway the Machine of Griselda fame drops a fantastic debut record. I’ve known of Conway for some time, but he has always been the most overlooked Griselda member of the big three for me. He is by no means bad, but I’ve always been drawn to Benny the Butcher and Westside Gunn more, but that may change now. Conway isn’t some lyrical genius similar to other Griselda members, but he doesn’t need to be considering the great production and the conviction he brings to every ... read more
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TattleTales is essentially what 6ix9ine has made in the past, except with auto-tune. Similar to his past material, TattleTales isn’t very interesting and 6ix9ine is unbelievably boring much of the time. Its especially worse when 6ix9ine sings with auto-tune/ auto-croons throughout a track, as I would argue tracks like these are some of the worst he has ever released. Not to mention that a majority of tracks here have one-dimensional instrumentals and this ruins some tracks with legitimate ... read more
Sep 20, 2020
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As a side note, I apologize for inconsistent reviews. This is mainly due to me being a fickle person, so yeah.
Rating Distribution
90-99
 
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80-89
 
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60-69
 
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30-39
 
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