Recent Reviews

Aug 23, 2019
83
I'm sure many of you, like me, have come to this album after his feature on Brockhampton's new album GINGER.

slowthai's debut "Nothing Great About Britain" is quite the ironic statement as the British rap scene seems to be going off on one this year and this album in itself is absolutely no exception to this fact. What I find truly compelling about this album is how clean the production is and how great a lyricist slowthai is. He is constantly tackling topical themes, especially ... read more
Aug 23, 2019
62
Instrumentally, these songs sound pretty great. The guitars on the greatest really do work for that track, but I just find that both of these songs are just a bit boring and don't really excite me in any way, they're definitely not bad so to speak, they just could be a lot better.
Aug 22, 2019*
89
*edit: after listening to the album about 10 times now, the songs in the second half have grown on me, while I still feel like there should've been another banger nearer the end, these songs are still great in their own right. I'm really liking DEARLY DEPARTED and GINGER now. I'm at the point where I see this album as being at least on par if not better than Iridescence.*

The fifth studio album by the All-American Boyband, Brockhampton. Ginger is upon us. For many, after the mixed bag of ... read more
Aug 22, 2019
95
Matty fucking snapped, literally seeing them live in 3 days, this new direction has me VERY excited.
Aug 21, 2019
90
No Halo is easily the best single off Ginger. Everyone sounds great on this track, especially Merlyn. Even though the track itself doesn't go in hard, the boys have put together a really wholesome song that truly brings them all together and proves that the chemistry between them is still there.
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Rating Distribution
90-99
 
14

80-89
 
24

70-79
 
20

60-69
 
9

50-59
 
3

40-49
 
3

30-39
 
1

20-29
 

10-19
 
1

0-9
 


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