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Artist: Die Antwoord
Project: Ten$ion (Album)
Genre: Alternative Hip-Hop / Rave
Length: 13 Tracks (38:46)
Release Date: January 29th 2012


Featured Artists: N/A
Executive Producers: God

Best Lyricsism: Hey Sexy/So What?
Best Production: Fok Julle Naaires/Never Le Nkemise 2/Hey Sexy/So What?/Baby's On Fire
Best Delivery: Never Le Nkemise 1/I Fink U Freeky/So What?/U Make A Ninja Wanna Fuck

Top Three Tracks: Baby's on Fire/Never Nkemise 1 & 2/U Make A Ninja Wanna Fuc


Delivery: 7.5/10
Production: 7.5/10
Content: 6/10
Creativity: 8/10
Replay Value: 7/10

Critical Rating: 7.5/10


Final Thoughts: South African hip-hop trio named Die Antwoord, released their thirteen track second studio album titled, "Ten$ion" and is an odd but brilliant combination of Alternative Hip-Hop, Rave, Dance and electronic music to create a hard hitting and aggressive but yet near perfected album of alternative and furthermore experiemental music that can be enjoyed and listened to over and over. The group, made up of rappers Ninja and Yolandi Visser and the producer DJ Hi-Tek or his new name he professionally goes by which is "God". The album is coherent and has memorable tracks and skits with Antwoord's offbeat and furthermore genius humour and skills. Overall, the album is a giant combination of things that almost shouldn't be combined but it works with this album.


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Artist: Earl Sweatshirt
Project: I Don't Like Shit, I Don't Go Outside (Album)
Genre: Alternative Hip-Hop
Length: 10 Tracks (29:56)
Release Date: March 23rd 2015


Featured Artists: Vince Staples/Na'Kel/Amongst Others
Executive Producers: Earl Sweatshirt

Best Lyricsism: Mantra/Faucet/DNA
Best Production: Greif/Grown Ups/AM//Radio
Best Delivery: Huey/Greif/DNA/Wool

Top Three Tracks: Greif/DNA/Faucet


Delivery: 9/10
Production: 8.5/10
Content: 9/10
Creativity: 9.5/10
Replay Value: 9/10

Critical Rating: 9/10


Final Thoughts: In Odd Future member Earl Sweatshirt's second studio album, "I Don't Like Shit I Don't Go Outside...", the rapper and renowned lyricist produces intentionally lazy and undynamic beats while spitting some of the hardest bars in the game right now. This project followed up 2013's "Doris", which had a completly different vibe both Production wise and even the way Earl addresses topics and the listener in general. But, for this project Earl has dark, illusive beats which are plain and simple which gives the beats the most horrific feelings. Earl, who executivly produced the project, did so much with so little and marks another great chapter in his career. The rapper, who is well known for his lyricsism, doesn't fail to live up to the hype and slaughters on the album. Overall, the album isn't even comparable to "Doris" because they are in fact two completely diverse albums created by the same timid musical genius. I personally am very excited to see what Earl Produces hopefully within the next year or so, and overall the album reeks of despair, sadness and horror; you're gonna fucking love it. •

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Rapmullet rating: 3 1/2 tapes, Bangin'.........You ever watch Ultimate Fighting? They got those cats who grapple and put the hold on you and squeeze till you tap out. That's Stack Bundles right now, got an arm bar on the game slowly applying pressure bout to have the game tap out. My comments on the message were premature regarding Stack and ByrdGang. I said it was a lateral move when in fact it is a power move. His style fits the Dipset mold perfectly and it's what Dipset fans are used to and will cop; props to Stack on that and somebody slap me for not doing thorough math.

Listen to "Ya Dig" again. Stack Bundles on the hook is tight, the beat is tight but that verse man, that has to be one of the hardest verses of the year so far. "With a starting five like mine, ya bench don't matter." And he downshifts the flow at the end to lyrically stomp ya head into a curb. DAMN! I was playing this track back to back to back to back to back and back again. I didn't really like the hook on "Riot Squad March" but that beat is knockin' like a landlord when the rents late and Stacks aka "The Rap Games Serial Killa", verbally abuses it too. One of my favorite joints is "What Ya Hood Like", Ransom does his thing as usual. I haven't heard "Base" in a minute and the shit is still as potent as ever, Stacks stay spittin' that "ready rock". Stack got the ability to take a weak beat and own it, "Who" is that "make a dolla outta fifteen cents" track. The best "mixtape" type track is the joint "The Hood" with Styles P. Stack spit: "Stack Bundles ni99a, I live my name." DJ Lust coming on strong for the summer with some power moves of his own. I don't wanna put Lust in a box cause he got some true exclusive music on here but his bread and butter is that "best of" and how he keep hitting ya in the head. I ran this CD all day the last two days and with 38 tracks I was hearing new jewels with every listen. Not only do you get the best tracks off that M.O.B mixtape you get the best of Stack with new shit. If that ain't a win/win situation than ya'll can eat my food and you never fuck with a fat mans food. (7/15/06) #stackbundles #mixtapereview #rapmullet

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Artist: Die Antwoord
Project: Ten$ion (Album)
Genre: Alternative Hip-Hop / Rave
Length: 13 Tracks (38:46)
Release Date: January 29th 2012


Featured Artists: N/A
Executive Producers: God

Best Lyricsism: Hey Sexy/So What?
Best Production: Fok Julle Naaires/Never Le Nkemise 2/Hey Sexy/So What?/Baby's On Fire
Best Delivery: Never Le Nkemise 1/I Fink U Freeky/So What?/U Make A Ninja Wanna Fuck

Top Three Tracks: Baby's on Fire/Never Nkemise 1 & 2/U Make A Ninja Wanna Fuc


Delivery: 7.5/10
Production: 7.5/10
Content: 6/10
Creativity: 8/10
Replay Value: 7/10

Critical Rating: 7.5/10


Final Thoughts: South African hip-hop trio named Die Antwoord, released their thirteen track second studio album titled, "Ten$ion" and is an odd but brilliant combination of Alternative Hip-Hop, Rave, Dance and electronic music to create a hard hitting and aggressive but yet near perfected album of alternative and furthermore experiemental music that can be enjoyed and listened to over and over. The group, made up of rappers Ninja and Yolandi Visser and the producer DJ Hi-Tek or his new name he professionally goes by which is "God". The album is coherent and has memorable tracks and skits with Antwoord's offbeat and furthermore genius humour and skills. Overall, the album is a giant combination of things that almost shouldn't be combined but it works with this album.


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Artist: Jay-Z
Project: 4:44 (Album)
Genre: Hip-Hop
Length: 11 Tracks + 3 Bonus (33:11)
Release Date: June 30th 2017


Featured Artists: Frank Ocean/Gloria Carter/Damian Marley
Executive Producers: No I.D.

Best Lyricsism: Kill Jay Z/Family Feud/4:44/The Story of O.J.
Best Production: 4:44/Moonlight/Smile
Best Delivery: Caught Their Eyes/Bam

Top Three Tracks: 4:44/Moonlight/The Story of O.J.


Delivery: 8/10
Production: 7/10
Content: 8.5/10
Creativity: 9/10
Replay Value: 7.5/10

Critical Rating: 8/10


Final Thoughts: Jay-Z's thirteenth studio album produced executivly by Jay and acclaimed producer No I.D. is titled, "4:44" and is definitely a step-up from the
"Magna-Carta...Holy Grail" which dropped a few years ago, and is considered a critical flop of sorts. But, on "4:44" Jay drops some of his best lyrics yet, and gives us his persective into the life of a Hip-Hop kingpin and businessman, as well as the relevant topics of racial inequality, his infedelity to Beyoncé (his wife), and other issues and topics that surrond not only black individuals in today's society, but all of is who contribute to the problems of which are still occuring to this day. Jay's hooks feel lazy at times, but the sensual lyrics and overall symbolism and references he uses makes up for this. That being said, the production is notably some of the best Jay has had in a long time so being pprudced by himself and No I.D., like stated above, makes for a dynamic and innovative sound sampling the likes of Nina Simone and others. Ultimately, the album may be Jay's most mature and we'll thought out album and is a story of empathy not just for the black women of whom are mistreated by men and society, but to all americans undergoing discrimination and hatred. •

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Artist: The Weeknd
Project: Kissland
Genre: Alternative R&B
Length: 11 Tracks (55:38)
Release Date: September 10th 2013


Featured Artists: Drake
Executive Producers: N/A

Best Lyricsism: Belong to the World/Tears in the Rain/Professional
Best Production: Adaptation/Pretty/Live For/The Town
Best Delivery: Love in the Sky/Belong to the World/Professional/Kissland •
Top Three Tracks: Tears in the Rain/Kissland/Live For


Delivery: 9/10
Production: 9/10
Content: 8.5/10
Creativity: 9/10
Replay Value: 8/10

Critical Rating: 9/10


Final Thoughts: In R&B singer Abel Tesfaye's, or better known by his stage name The Weeknd's, eleven track debut studio album titled, "Kissland" is a testament to Alternatively produced R&B music and furthermore borderline Experiemental R&B music in general; the production on the entire eleven tracks is gritty, dirty and dark which matches a majority of the themes on the album including sex, drugs, loneliness and so forth. The Weeknd also delivers near flawless vocals on the entirety of the album as he sings and builds a momentum from beginning to end with great triumph and success. Overall, the Weeknd definitely displays his near genius on this album which is debatably one of his best albums before he took more of a "pop" type of direction. That being said the production, delivery, lyricism and more is all on par to his original trilogy mixtapes (House of Balloons, Thursday, Echoes of Silence) which are some of the best produced and furthermore delivered mixtapes of the R&B genre in general. Ultimately, the album works and almost feels unsettling to a certain extent and doesn't fail to please the listener. •
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Here is my combined personal/critical ranking of one of the greatest new school rappers of all time, Kendrick Lamar:

Rank: #5
Title: Untitled, Unmasterd (2016)
Genre: Hip-Hop
First Song Heard: N/A
Favourite Tracks: Untitled 01-08
Favourite Feature: N/A

Rank: #4
Title: Section.80
Genre: Hip-Hop
First Song Heard: HiiPoWeR
Favourite Tracks: HiiPoWeR/Ronald Reagan Era/Ab-Soul Outro/Rigamortus/Hol' Up/A.D.H.D./Fuck Your Ethnicity
Favourite Feature: Ab-Soul

Rank: #3
Title: DAMN. (2017)
Genre: Hip-Hop
First Song Heard: HUMBLE.
Favourite Tracks: XXX/HUMBLE/GOD/DUCKWORTH/ELEMEMT/FEAR/LOVE/DNA
Favourite Feature: U2

Rank: #2
Title: good kid, m.A.A.d. city (2012)
Genre: Hip-Hop
First Song Heard: Bitch Don't Kill My Vibe
Favourite Tracks: m.A.A.d. city/Bitch Don't Kill My Vibe/The Recipe/Sherane/Compton/Poetic Justice/Money Trees/The Art Of Peer Pressure
Favourite Feature: Dr. Dre

Rank: #1
Title: To Pimp A Butterfly (2015)
Genre: Hip-Hop
First Song Heard: King Kunta
Favourite Tracks: Wesley's Theory/Mortal Man/I/King Kunta/Alright/Complexion/How Much A Dollar Cost
Favourite Feature: N/A

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Artist: DJ Khaled
Project: Grateful
Genre: Hip-Hop/Pop
Length: 23 Tracks (87:50)
Release Date: June 23rd 2017


Featured Artists: Jay-Z/Beyoncé/Rhianna/Amongst Others
Executive Producers: DJ Khlaed

Best Lyricsism: N/A
Best Production: Wild Thoughts/Shinning
Best Delivery: N/A

Top Three Tracks: Im the One/Shinning/To the Max


Delivery: 3/10
Production: 4/10
Content: 2/10
Creativity: 2/10
Replay Value: 2/10

Critical Rating: 2/10


Final Thoughts: DJ Khaled's tenth studio album, "Grateful" which is executivly produced by DJ Khaled and his son, Asahd, DJ Khaled proves to us that even with A-list features and producers you can still manage to make something that's so bad as this project. "Grateful" had all the right elements including feautres from Chance, Belly, Jay-Z, Beyoncé, Drake, and producers that helped the Khaled's such as Southside, Metro Boomin', 808-Ray, and so on, and it had a major hype surronding it, with kick-ass singles but still failed ultimately. First of, the beats themselves were sloppy and rushed, and had very minimal creativity. But when the beats were well produced the featured artists destroyed them with whatever Khaled did to the vocals to make them sound so bad. Secondly, the Featured artists were promising (like said before), but their performance were mostly misses, although a few did amaze. But overall, the featured artists were not at their prime. Lastly, the whole Asahd gimic DJ Khaled has been pushing on us is tiring and overall straight up stupid. Let the kid be a kid, not a producer. Jesus. So, no don't waste your time on DJ Khaled's 87 minutes (an hour and a half) of trash. But seriously, who makes a project this long and expects it to do well. Overall, the major key alert we were told of wasn't a key, it was a flop.


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Artist: Troy Ave
Project: Nupac (Mixtape)
Genre: Hip-Hop
Length: 13 Tracks (75:36)
Release Date: April 17th 2017


Featured Artists: N/A
Executive Producers: Trilogy

Best Lyricsism: N/A
Best Production: N/A
Best Delivery: N/A

Top Three Tracks: Don't 4 Get Who You Are


Delivery: 2/10
Production: 2/10
Content: 1/10
Creativity: 2/10
Replay Value: 1/10

Critical Rating: 1.5/10


Final Thoughts: Troy Ave's nineteenth mixtape titled, "Nupac" is a thirteen track, hour and almost a half of nonsense and horrible flows, lyrics and production. I can't believe I sat through this near train wreck of an mixtape. I no longer have a will to live. Comparing yourself to TuPac because you got shot ? Or you relate to him? How about Troy Ave makes some decent music to listen to for once and then he can actually compare himself to an icon who made near flawless music. But no, he had the ignorance to call himself NuPac ? Nope. This mixtape made me believe that maybe there is no hope in the world anymore. Aside from everything the production is generic and not very listenable, the Lyricsism is lazy and the delivery isn't the worst but isn't anything special for sure. The only notable track is "Don't 4 Get Who You Are" because it ended the mixtape. Oh and he made a THIRTY-TWO MINUTE track of him just talking basically. And besides all of this his rapping, non-existent flow, dreadful lyrics and so forth is just horrid.


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Artist: Aesop Rock
Project: The Impossible Kid (Album)
Genre: Hip-Hop
Length: 15 Tracks + 2 Bonus (48:32)
Release Date: April 29th 2015


Featured Artists: Open Mike Eagle/Rob Sonic/Onry Ozzbourn/Amongst Others
Executive Producers: Aesop Rock

Best Lyricsism: Get Out Of The Car/TUFF/Defender
Best Production: Blood Sandwich/Kirby/Lazy Eye/Water Tower
Best Delivery: Mystery Fish/Rabies/Supercell/Rings

Top Three Tracks: TUFF/Kirby/Rings


Delivery: 8.5/10
Production: 9/10
Content: 8.5/10
Creativity: 8/10
Replay Value: 8/10

Critical Rating: 8.5/10


Final Thoughts: Aesop Rock released his fifteen track seventh studio album titled, "The Impossible Kid" on April 29th 2016 under the label, Rhymesavers. The fifteen track, and two bonus, are all coherent and are the most Personal and intense lyrics he has delivered to the listener yet; his lyricsism is possibly some of the best around, that being said he is considered to have and have used the largest know vocabulary in the genre of hip-hop/rap. The production is executivly done by Aesop himself with help from a few other producers although Aesop mainly handled it, and wrote his own lyrics. The cover art, which is particularly memorable is deisgned by Alex Pardee. Overall, the album as a whole is coherent, enjoyable, intense and most of all: original and near innovative. There are little to no mistakes or even flaws on the album, and overall is a great addition to any playlist or collection.


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This is my top five albums, with honourable mentions, of Kanye West, a very influencial rapper, designer and producer who has remained relevant and consistent for almost two decades. Here is a combined critical/personal ranking of their albums:

Honourable Mentions: Yeezus / The Life of Pablo / Graduation •
Rank: #5
Title: Watch the Throne
Genre: Hip-Hop
First Song Heard: Niggas in Paris
Favourite Tracks: Welcome to the Jungle/H.A.M/Otis/Lift Off/Why I Love You/No Church in the Wild/Niggas in Paris/New Day/Who Gon Stop Me/Otis
Favourite Feature: Frank Ocean

Rank: #4
Title: 808s & Heartbreak
Genre: Experiemental Hip-Hop
First Song Heard: Heartless
Favourite Tracks: Love Lockdown/Heartless/Amazing/RoboCop/Bad News/Paranoid/Say You Will/Ponnochio Story
Favourite Feature: Young Jeezy

Rank: #3
Title: Late Registration
Genre: Hip-Hop
First Song Heard: ???
Favourite Tracks: Diamonds from Sierra Leone/Bring Me Down/Heard 'em Say/Gone/Drive Slow/Crack Music/Addiction/Hey Mama/We Major
Favourite Feature: Nas

Rank: #2
Title: My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy
Genre: Alternative Hip-Hop
First Song Heard: Power
Favourite Tracks: Gorgeous/Dark Fantasy/So Appalled/Devil in a New Dress/Runaway/Power/Monster/All of the Lights/Blame Game
Favourite Feature: Pusha T

Rank: #1
Title: The College Dropout
Genre: Hip-Hop
First Song Heard: ???
Favourite Tracks: Spaceship/Jesus Walks/Slow Jamz/Get 'em High/Through the Wire/School Spirit/The New Workout Plan/Never Let Me Down/We Don't Care/All Falls Down/Family Business
Favourite Feature: Twista

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Artist: sza
Project: ctrl (Album)
Genre: R&B
Length: 14 Tracks (47:11)
Release Date: June 9th 2017


Featured Artists: Kendrick Lamar/Travis Scott/Isaiah Rashad/Amongst Others
Executive Producers: Top Dawg

Best Lyricsism: Drew Barrymore/Broken Clocks
Best Production: Love Galore/Anything/Prom
Best Delivery: Doves in the Wind/Go Gina

Top Three Tracks: Drew BarryMore/Doves in the Wind/Broken Clocks


Delivery: 8.5/10
Production: 8/10
Content: 7/10
Creativity: 7/10
Replay Value: 7/10

Critical Rating: 7/10


Final Thoughts: sza's debut studio album, "ctrl" is a testament to modern soul and R&B music. sza is Top Dawg Entertainments first lady, and she steps up to the podium with this much anticipated 14 Track album. The album sounds like a lust and drug infused daydream with strong influences from Frank Ocean, and is reminiscent of Solange. "ctrl" has a beautiful vocal performance from sza who beautifully dictates her struggles with love, fame, and herself. We also get talented artists who featured on this album such as Isaiah Rashad, and Kendrick Lamar whose tracks stand out more than the other tracks with features. The album proves that Soul and R&B will never be lost, and furthermore is improving with age like a fine wine. The tracks have beautiful coherence, but at the same time juxtapose eachother in a way no album can compare to. Overall, sza's "ctrl" is a mixture of beautiful vocals, strong features, amazingly crisp backtracks, and a strong, strong vision that should be fucked with.


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Artist: Drake
Project: More Life (Playlist)
Genre: Hip-Hop
Length: 22 Songs (81:41)
Release Date: March 18th 2017


Featured Artists: Kanye West/Skepta/Young Thug/Amongst Others
Executive Producers: Drake/Noah 40 Shebib/Oliver El-Khatib

Best Lyricsism: Madiba Riddim/Teenage Fever/Nothing's into Something
Best Production: Passionfruit/Glow/4422/Teenage Fever
Best Delivery: Skepta Interlude/4422/Blem

Top Three Tracks: Blem/4422/Passionfruit


Delivery: 6.5/10
Production: 6.5/10
Content: 6/10
Creativity: 5/10
Replay Value: 6.5/10

Critical Rating: 6.5/10


Final Thoughts: Drake's newest project to make-up for the mostly critical let down of "VIEWS", his playlist (in reality it's an overly long album) is titled, "More Life" and is 22 Tracks, and about and hour and a half. The playlist would be a lot better if it was a shorter length, and if Drake's flow and vocals were overall more inspired and not so forced. Drake is both a singer and a rapper, in my opinion he is better at one than the other although some would disagree. The majority of the features on this album are British underground rappers who perform excellently on "More Life", notably the rapper and singer Skepta. Drake also performs especially well on some tracks, but other he falls too short on. The so-called playlist is a mixture of brilliantly executed tracks, with really bland generic sounding and quite honestly skippable tracks (not to mention the obvious plagerism of XXXTentacion's "Look at Me!" Off of his mixtape "Revenge"). Overall, critically "More Life" is a mess, and is hard to judge. But, overall the playlist falls short of lyrical elements not to mention passion for the project, but the production, mostly handled by Noah "40" Shebib and Oliver El-Khatib (Drake's long time producers) produce some amazing tracks given the state of the album and rumors of ghost writing. In the end, Drake's more life is at best mediocre, and overall both a failure and a success.


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Artist: The Roots
Project: Undun (Album)
Genre: Alternative Hip-Hop
Length: 14 Tracks (38:08)
Release Date: December 2nd 2011


Featured Artists: Big K.R.I.T./Bilal/Greg Porn/Amongst Others
Executive Producers: The Grand Wizzards

Best Lyricsism: One Time/Kool On
Best Production: Make My/Stomp/Redford/Possibility/Will to Power/Finality
Best Delivery: Sleep/The Otherside

Top Three Tracks: One Time/Make My/Sleep


Delivery: 8.5/10
Production: 9/10
Content: 8/10
Creativity: 9/10
Replay Value: 8.5/10

Critical Rating: 9/10


Final Thoughts: The concept album by The Roots titled, "Undun" is a beautiful execution of well (black) thought out lyricsism, exquisite production, and overall an insanely good concept; the album is a fourteen track journey of a man dying, but it is told in reverse. That being said each listen of this album gets better and better as you notice different themes or elements on different tracks and so forth. The album was executivly produced by The Grand Wizzards, a production team of sorts that include QuestLove, Black Thought, Richard Nichols and a few other band members of The Roots. Overall, the album is flawless and has debatably some of the best production that beats a large number of other hip-hop albums seeing it combines strong themes of jazz, old skool hip-hop, and more in just a little over a half of an hour. The concept, production, delivery, lyricism etc are all on point, and ultimately the album is a success and is very enjoyable and has a high replay value, and is highly recommended.


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Artist: J. Cole
Project: 4 Your Eyez Only (Album)
Genre: Hip-Hop
Length: 10 Tracks (44:32)
Release Date: December 9th 2016


Featured Artists: N/A
Executive Producers: J. Cole

Best Lyricsism: She's Mine pt.1/She's Mine pt.2/4 Your Eyez Only
Best Production: Deja Vu/Neighbours/Change/For Whom The Bell
Best Delivery: For Whom The Bell Tolls/Immortalz/4 Your Eyez Only

Top Three Tracks: She's Mine Pt. 1-2/4 Your Eyez Only/Immortalz


Delivery: 7.5/10
Production: 7/10
Content: 7/10
Creativity: 7.5/10
Replay Value: 8/10

Critical Rating: 7.5/10


Final Thoughts: J. Cole's anticipated ten track forth studio album is titled "4 your eyez only" and was released under Cole's home label Dreamville in association with others. Cole produces a majority of the tracks with help from other relatively high profile producers as well. The album is also wirtten solely by Cole, and he definitely delivers. The production is very good too, but there's something about the album that doesn't deliver. It feels like lazy although it is not lazy. It feels uninspired although it is very inspired. Looking at other albums by Cole, the overall vibe and impression of "4 Your Eyez Only" doesn't live up to the others. There's something missing, and I definitely can't put my finger on it; that being said the album is still remarkable and is rather good. There are some insanely quotable and furthermore memorable lines that Cole attempts to sing and raps quite well, and the production on most of the tracks is fairly great. Even the themes and the overall concept of the album is nothing less than remarkable, but it's underwhelming and that's ultimately the downfall. Overall, the album is good just not amazing and doesn't leave the same mark as Cole's multiple other albums did, most notably "Friday Night Lights", "Born Sinner"or even "2014 Forest Hills Drive". •

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Artist: Madeintyo
Project: True's World (EP)
Genre: Hip-Hop
Length: 6 Tracks (22:08)
Release Date: August 24th 2017


Featured Artists: N/A
Executive Producers: ???

Best Lyricsism: N/A
Best Production: Depends/Too Quick
Best Delivery: True's World

Top Three Tracks: Depends/Too Quick/True's World


Delivery: 4/10
Production: 2.5/10
Content: 2/10
Creativity: 3/10
Replay Value: 3/10

Critical Rating: 3/10


Final Thoughts: In the Atlanta Rapper's debut EP where he attempts to prove he isn't a one hit wonder following his single, "Uber Everywhere" is a six track extended play titled, "True's World EP" and is a testament to generic production and lazy lyricism not to mention generally bad delivery and an almost clueless concept. The extended play is a catastrophe from it's production which is generic and generally slow that doesn't support Madeintyo's voice and non-existent flow, which again is supported by literally no lyricism unless you count "yuh" and "aye", and moving forward the six tracks which makes up barely 20 minutes. It was debatably hard to sit through the six tracks of this mess and ultimately I was disappointed with the XXL Freshmen's performance and overall non-existent artistic integrity. •

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Artist: Daniel Caesar
Project: Freudian (Album)
Genre: Alternative R&B
Length: 10 Tracks (41:02)
Release Date: August 24th 2017


Featured Artists: Kali Uchis/H.E.R./Syd/Amongst Others
Executive Producers: ???

Best Lyricsism: Best Part/We Find Love/Transform/Loose
Best Production: Get You/Take Me Away/Freudian
Best Delivery: Hold Me Down/Neu Roses/Blessed

Top Three Tracks: Freudian/We Find Love/Loose


Delivery: 9/10
Production: 8.5/10
Content: 9/10
Creativity: 8.5/10
Replay Value: 8.5/10

Critical Rating: 8.5/10


Final Thoughts: Daniel Caesar's LP he only announced a month ago was released on August the 24th under no label and was titled, "Freudian". Before I get started reviewing the project itself, I really wish his single, "Japanese Denim" was on the LP just because both critically and personally it is mind blowing; anyways, Caesar hand selected his features wisely, picking artists of whom complimented and furthermore challenged his powerhouse of a voice to an extent that is enjoyable for the listener to hear. That being said I do see a lot of maturity from his last project, "Pilgrim's Paradise" and overall I think "Freudian" is ore put together piece of work all together; The production is fairly typical of a Caesar project, ambient and has my levels Overall but still is relatively minimalistic compared to the levels of vocals Caesar tends to orchestrate on his projects. His lyricism is personal and at times intriguing with generally good wordplay and so forth, but the main reason the album succeeds is the rawness and furthermore genuine emotion Caesar displays in a vulnerable and truly Freudian way.


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