Nov 25, 2016
This album is what happens when an amazing singer who has one of the most passionate and heaviest r&b discographies out right now tries to create a more radio-friendly sound and persona. Nearly every song here is filler with no personality. The production is fine, but Abel's lyrics are so pointless and delivered in such an emotionally flat way (the exception is the song Die For You, which is my favorite song on the album) it's infuriating. Future's feature is okay, Kendrick's is excellent, ... read more
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