Everything on this thing works together so well, the ghost perspective, the angelic nature; it's all so dream-like. I went into this expecting to hate it, but, fuck me, it's a goddamn masterpiece. This record is peaceful, yet so malevolent, it's coated in seasoning from both heaven and hell, and it all mixes together to make a lush taste in your mouth. I really can't believe how good this album is. I love the booming vocal harmonies in this, they're so beautifully composed and ... read more
Carti's self-titled mixtape features a few bangers, but for me most of the tracks didn't grasp my attention. The beats on here are great and catchy. The minimalist production and raw, unapologetic lyrics perfectly capture Carti's attitude and persona. Overall, this mixtape stands as a starting point for Carti's adventure into a new sound.
Yachty did what Cudi couldn't. I pray that Yachty pursues this sound. It's angelic. It's harmonic. It's smooth. This is album has no skips. Every track provides something so rich in uniqueness. The Pink Floyd inspiration is obviously protruding out of every song, but that doesn't stop Yachty from making it his own. Could this be AOTY?
Fuuuuuuckkk. This shit is so boring. So, so, so unbelievably boring. It's the same thing for 10 songs, and its endless. This record is claustrophobic- it's stuck in a bland box with no entertaining features. Some of the intros to these tracks sound like spotify's 'Want a break from the ads' background music. I legitimately thought that my premium had run out!
The album lacks the energy and charm. It comes across as a half-hearted attempt at replicating their past success. The hooks ... read more