Travis Scott. UTOPIA. 5 years. Aliens have come just to listen to this.
The GOAT of trap has returned to bless us with the album I'm finna play at my wedding along with Whole Lotta Red. Travis had a lot of pressure on his back for this record and he had to deliver. And damn, am I glad I am here to experience this. An album that goes beyond genres and that one may define as true music.
In true Travis fashion he hid the ... read more
The tracks on the record are generally decent to good, but their main problem usually tends to be the fact something feels like it's missing from most of the songs. There are great bangers here with amazing production like Oh U Went and a few others, ... read more
Slowthai after his amazing debut "Nothing Great About Britain" and the more non-experimental "TYRON" with a more punk outing that truly fulfills his style and sound and also hit me with a lot of emotion and feelings that i honestly and completely relate to in my day-to-day life.
"UGLY" is an album that tackles many themes from our daily life, like constant stress, depression, the evil ... read more
Yeat releases his third studio album and i have to say it is actually overhated. I am not particularly a fan of his music or anything, but this album is enjoyable and even fun sometimes. There is variety with the exception of a small dosage of blandness ar times, but everything fits his sound and style very well and he delivers the perfect combo for his fans and a decent addition to the ... read more
While it isn't anything new or ... read more
Lil Yachty drops surprise of the year, top-notch character development, even if he already was a nice person.
When it comes to hip hop/trap whenever you think of any rapper/artist that makes high quality, grammy-winning type albums, you don't normally think of people like Yachty. Maybe Kendrick Lamar, or RTJ or Nas, even Future pops in your head, but never somebody like Yachty, especially knowing his portfolio and his other outings. But, oh ... read more
Ah, that monthly 25 song trap album with a shitload of features that add almost nothing to the song is here and it's from Trippie. Lovely combo.
On a serious tone, Trippie got talent, but he misuses it so much it seriously hurts me sometimes. The album isn't necessarily bad or anything, but Mansion Musik (not to be confused with Musick, much better project), misses something that doesn't allow it to hit any mark.
The record isn't really ... read more
Also, since I won't be talking much about this album since it's just a basic ass trap album and there just isn't much shit to talk about, I'll go ahead and say how proud i am of Carti. Whole Lotta Red created the "rage" sub-genre and I'm super happy he's being as innovative as i expected him to be ever since day one of the release.
YoungBoy album so uninteresting i talked about the artist he think he is. ... read more
I decided this was a good use of my listening time while waiting for that zesty vampire to remember his Spotify password.
Little Simz returns again and offers another display of pure creativity, intelligence and skill with "NO THANK YOU". I can't say I'll ever get tired of hearing Simz just go at it and rap ... read more
Roddy Ricch returns with "Feed Tha Streets 3" and I'm glad to say that it is better than his last ... read more
"And in the Darkness, Hearts Aglow" is Weyes Blood's second studio album that I've listened to and yet another wonderful and very delightful experience for me. I don't think i rated her other album, "Titanic Rising", but it would probably be higher than this one, and I don't feel like comparing the ... read more
Well, I'd say that Quadeca is officially NOT a "youtube rapper" (God, i hate this term). He's not an artist that you'd see going around YouTube dissing The Rock or some other shit. He's a proper artiste now, that releases only the most splendid music that can touch your goddamn ears (and soul).
"I Didn't Mean To Haunt You" is former YouTube rapper Quadeca's most recent and BEST effort so far. His evolution ... read more