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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: Ski Mask the Slump God
Project: You Will Regret (Album)
Label: N/A
Genre: Hip-Hop
Length: 10 Tracks (25:40)
Release Date: June 30th 2017
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Notable Features: XXXTentacion/Madeintyo/DirtyFaceSmook
Notable Producers: ???
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Best Feature: XXXTentacion
Best Lyrics: N/A
Best Beats: Gone/JustLikeMyPiss
Best Flow/Vocals: Adventure Time/H20
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Delivery Rating: 3.6/5
Lyrics Rating: 2/5
Production Rating: 3.4/5
Replay Value: 3.5/5
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Critical Rating: 3.1/5
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Final Thoughts: Ski Mask the Slump God's 10 track second album titled, "You Will Regret" is an interesting mix of pointless lyrics with fairly decent delivery and above mediocre production. The album, which features some pretty questionable artists, are not the best and only the XXXTentacion feature is listenable and fully appreciated. Ski Mask on the alternate hand has an interesting delivery supported by generic but also innovative production at times and overall is a good listen with a higher than expected replay value. That being said, the album's lyrics aren't anything amazing or even decent and is what ultimately weighs the album down due to lack of subject and originality in general. But in the end the album is a decent listen and overall leaves for a general wonder if the next project Ski Mask delivers will be an evolution and an improvement or if it will fall short and we actually won't regret not liking him.
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Artist: Malachi Elijah
Project: A Day In Spring (Album)
Label: N/A
Genre: Hip-Hop
Length: 11 Tracks (21:78)
Release Date: July 7th 2017
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Notable Features: N/A
Notable Producers: Rico/Among Others
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Best Feature: N/A
Best Lyrics: In The Garden/Simple Things
Best Beats: In My Dreams/Must I/Simple Things
Best Flow/Vocals: Shine On/Off To Space
Stand-out Tracks: In The Garden/Simple Things/Shine On
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Delivery Rating: 4/5
Lyrics Rating: 4/5
Production Rating: 3.6/5
Replay Value: 3.6/5
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Critical Rating: 3.8/5
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Final Thoughts: In Malachi Elijah's debut album titled "A Day In Spring", is an eleven track playlist of well thought out songs both lyrically, vocally and production wise. The album of which doesn't have any features and star's Elijah's unique and innovative voice and vision; his lyrics range from politically/socially charged to interesting and diverse rhyme schemes then expected. Ultimately the album does succeed and leave the listener pleased overall. The album which is strong rooted Hip-hop with many fascinating influences, shines Elijah's immature but talented skill and furthermore his potential for future projects. The album has the listener's best interest in mind, and allows for a great experience on multiple levels Overall the Boston rapper from DMV delivers and leaves the listener crave and lust for more of his interesting lyricsism as well innovative production and performance. β€’
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This a personal list, I'm not saying these are the best of all-time or anything! I just wanna share my personal favourites:

Rank: #5
Artist: Daniel Caesar
Genre: R&B / Neo-Soul
Favourite Project: Pilgrim's Paradise
Favourite Tracks: Paradise/Japanese Denim/Get You/Death&Taxes
Favourite Feature: N/A
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Rank: #4
Artist: Lana Del Rey
Genre: Dream Pop / R&B
Favourite Project: Born To Die
Favourite Tracks: Video Games/Love/Dark Paradise/Blue Jeans/Radio
Favourite Feature: The Weeknd - Prisoner
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Rank: #3
Artist: James Blake
Genre: R&B / Post-Dubstep
Favourite Project: Overgrown
Favourite Tracks: Retrograde/I Need A Forest Fire/Overgrown/The Wilhelm Scream
Favourite Feature: Chance the Rapper - Live Round Here
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Rank: #2
Artist: The Weeknd
Genre: Alternative R&B
Favourite Project: Trilogy
Favourite Tracks: Enemy/Loft Music/King of the Fall/Wicked Games/Reminder
Favourite Feature: Drake - Crew Love
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Rank: #1
Artist: Frank Ocean
Genre: Alternative R&B
Favourite Project: Channel Orange
Favourite Tracks: Bad Religion/Strawberry Swing/Ivy/Pyramid/Self Control/American Wedding
Favourite Feature: Earl Sweatshirt - Sunday
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Artist: Tyga
Project: Bitch I'm The Shit 2 (Album)
Label: GOOD / Empire / Last Kings
Genre: Hip-Hop
Length: 16 Tracks (53:08)
Release Date: July 21st 2017
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Notable Features: Chief Keef/Pusha T/Vince Staples/Among Others
Notable Producers: Kanye West/Ghxst/Zeytoven/Among Others
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Best Feature: Vince Staples / Kanye West
Best Lyrics: 1 of 1/Gone Too Far
Best Beats: Bel Air/Chandeliers/Move To L.A.
Best Flow/Vocals: Gone Too Far/Teterboro Flow/Playboy
Stand-out Tracks: Move To L.A./Teterboro Flow/Playboy
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Delivery Rating: 4/5
Lyrics Rating: 2.4/5
Production Rating: 3.3/5
Replay Value: 3.1/5
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Critical Rating: 3.3/5
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Final Thoughts: In Tyga's fifth studio album executivly produced by Kanye West, with somewhat promising features from artists such as Ty Dolla $ign, AE, and more is titled, "Bitch I'm The Shit 2"and is a display of Tyga's somewhat matured flow/delivery, accompanied with above average prodiction and poorly thought at lyrics. The album overall is more or less mediocre and average in general; it doesn't have anything that allows the listener to go "wow" or pulls the listener in, but also doesn't have anything completely repulsive per se. Ultimately Tyga's newest album isn't the best for a number of reasons, but also isn't the worst. The production is definitely some what disappointing considering it's one of GOOD music's heads and respected producer Kanye, but it's also not horrid. Ultimately the album is a disappointment, but has a few memorable tracks to bump with and overall is greatly mediocre. β€’
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Artist: Meek Mill
Project: Wins & Losses (Album)
Label: Atlantic / Maybach
Genre: Hip-Hop
Length: 17 Tracks (66:54)
Release Date: July 21st 2017
Requested by: @fabrizioomoreno
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Notable Features: Future/Ty Dolla $ign/Young Thug/Among Others
Notable Producers: Meek Mill/Rick Ross/DJ Mustard/Among Others
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Best Feature: Lil Uzi Vert
Best Lyrics: Heavy Heart/1942 Flowers
Best Beats: Fall Thru/Price
Best Flow/Vocals: Whatever You Need/Issues/Connect The Dots/Ball Player
Stand-out Tracks: Heavy Heart/1942 Flowers/Fall Thru
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Delivery Rating: 4.4/5
Lyrics Rating: 3.4/5
Production Rating: 2.8/5
Replay Value: 3/5
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Critical Rating: 3.3/5
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Final Thoughts: In Meek Mill's third studio album released on July 21st is a seventeen track album titled, "Wins & Losses". Meek Mill's newest addition to his discography showcases some of his best flows with repetitive production executivly handled by Rick Ross and Meek himself, with minor help from a handful of other producers both high profile and low. The album is a very hyped album with bumpable tracks and overall enjoayble features and beats. Like I said the overall flow and delivery provided by meek is exceptional and furthermore ups the album's overall value. What doesn't help with the album is the repetitive production, the somewhat thoughtless lyrics at times and overall the album just doesn't really have much life to it. Ulitmately, I'd definitely say this album isn't a complete win, but it's not a loss; it shows promising evolution alongside great promise. β€’
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Artist: Tyler, The Creator
Project: Scum Fuck Flower Boy (Album)
Label: Odd Future/Columbia
Genre: Alternative Hip-Hop
Length: 14 Tracks (46:33)
Release Date: July 21st 2017
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Notable Features: Frank Ocean/Kali Uchis/Jaden Smith/A$AP Rocky/Among Others
Notable Producers: Tyler, The Creator
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Best Feature: Kali Uchis / A$AP Rocky
Best Lyrics: Pothole/Boredom/November/I Ain't Got Time/Foreward
Best Beats: Garden Shed/Boredom/911/Enjoy Right Now, Today
Best Flow/Vocals: See You Again/Who Dat Boy/Garden Shed/I Ain't got Time/Glitter
Stand-out Tracks: Garden Shed/November/Pothole/Boredom/I Ain't Got Time
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Delivery Rating: 4.7/5
Lyrics Rating: 4.8/5
Production Rating: 4.8/5
Replay Value: 4.7/5
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Critical Rating: 4.7/5
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Final Thoughts: Odd Future founder, Clothing Designer, Singer, Producer and Rapper Tyler, the Creator's fourth studio album titled, "Scum Fuck Flower Boy" is debatably the best produced project that Tyler has put out (he is the sole producer and writer on every single track), and debatably surpasses other albums for the best production this far of 2017. The utilization of actual instruments combined with gritty bass drums to even more electronic beats is a genius move for Tyler especially when he has other talented artists on the project with him like Jaden Smith, Estelle, A$AP Rocky, and more. The album lyrically is fairly typical for Tyler combining abstractly profound lyrics with woes of heartbreak, adolescence and more. Tyler also shines brightest in the more personal tracks he puts on the album and there are more than a few. it appears that Tyler comes out as bi-sexual, most notably "Garden Shed" and "I Ain't Got Time!"; Regardless if he is or isn't it takes tremendous courage to come out; it in no way affects his discography in the slightest, and if anything just allows Tyler to be fully unleashed on multiple tracks. Tyler also performs some of his best vocals since "Wolf" on this fourteen track album and really puts effort and thought into everything he orchestrated. Overall the album is truly a blessing from Tyler, and evolves his music for the better and hopefully inspires even more artists like Tyler already has.

Artist: MC Eiht
Project: Which Way Iz West (Album)
Label: Blue Stamp Music GroupΒ 
Genre: Hip-Hop / Gangsta Rap
Length: 15 Tracks (56:23)
Release Date: June 30th 2017
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Notable Features: The Lady of Rage/Big Mike/Xzibit/Among Others
Notable Producers: Brenk Sinatra/DJ Premeir/Among Others
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Best Feature: The Lady of Rage
Best Lyrics: Pass Me Bye/Heart Cold
Best Beats: Compton Zoo/Runn the Blocc
Best Flow/Vocals: Heart Cold/Gangsta Gangsta/Shut 'Em Down
Stand-out Tracks: Heart Cold/Gangsta Gangsta/Compton Zoo
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Delivery Rating: 3.6/5
Lyrics Rating: 3.6/5
Production Rating: 3.7/5
Replay Value: 3/5
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Critical Rating: 3.3/5
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Final Thoughts: MC Eiht's newest addition to his almost limited discography, "Which Way Iz West", brings 90s style Hip-Hop and Gangsta Rap back to 2017 in this Compton throwback album combining classic elements. MC Eiht has had a over a twenty year long career, with excellent features as well as performances. MC Eiht definently hasn't rose to the same calibre or fame as his counterparts such as Ice Cube, Snoop Dogg and other west coast rappers. But ultimately, it leaves the listener feeling almost empty and unfulfilled by the experience they just heard. Overall, the album does have a few memorable tracks serving nostalgia, but in the end there's more mediocre tracks than there is good. That being said, MC Eiht does deliver some impressive flows and above average lyrics.
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Artist: Childish Gambino
Project: Because the Internet (Album)
Label: Glassnote / Island
Genre: Hip-Hop
Length: 19 Tracks (57:52)
Release Date: December 10th 2013
Requested by: @x0dd_futurex
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Notable Features: Chance the Rapper/Jhene Aiko/Azealia Banks/Among Others
Notable Producers: Childish Gambino/Ludwig Goransson/Fam Udeorji/Among Others
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Best Feature: Jhene Aiko
Best Lyrics: Sweatpants/Pink Toes/Worldstar
Best Beats: 3005/No Exit/Urn/Earth: The Oldest Computer
Best Flow/Vocals: Shadows/Telegraph Ave/Sweatpants/Urn
Stand-out Tracks: Shadows/Urn/3005
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Delivery Rating: 3.8/5
Lyrics Rating: 3.5/5
Production Rating: 4.5/5
Replay Value: 4/5
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Critical Rating: 3.9/5
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Final Thoughts: In Gambino's second studio album, clocking in at 19 tracks titled, "Because the Internet", is a experiemental album of sorts of superb production and lazy lyricism as well as a mostly mediocre vocal performance from Gambino. The rapper, R&B singer, director, writer, actor and comedian showcases a high vocal range at some points, but lazy rapping at others; and not in the way you'd expect. I personally love this album, but I definitely find it slightly over rated in the Hip-Hop community and furthermore doesn't meet some essential requirements for an ideal album. The tracks don't relate to each other very well and aren't overly coherent; that being said Gambino gives the album life on some tracks and gives us a glimpse at what his following projects had the potential to do and be "Kuwai" and "Awaken, my Love!" Etc. Gambino, who has a wide range of talents showcases very innovative and intrigueing production but ultimately Produces an odd and randomly assorted album. The album overall is definitely defining for Gambino and has some of the most memorable tracks the rapper will ever produce, as well as created a project that pushed the genre in different directions. β€’
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Review XI
PNDCOLOURS is the first EP (second if you include his ten track debut mixtape) by Canadian singer-songwriter PartyNextDoor. There are many different cover arts for this release. Each one though, consists of 4 different colors which I assume is for each one of the four songs.
This EP dropped the December of my senior year of high school in 2014 and it is still, to this day, one of my favorite releases from any artist. It was released for free streaming on SoundCloud to promote his then upcoming tour. The four tracks on here still have ways to amaze me almost three years later.
The project starts off w/ the hazy love song "Let's Get Married" where he tells the listener what he wants of a woman while mumble singing very fast. He adds this crispy, almost Velcro sounding effect on his voice here and I think it fits so well.
The second song, "Girl From Oakland" starts off w/ Party singing, "you don't need a reason to hate me, just hate me," which leads me to assume that if this song is about a real woman, things didn't work out between them. The ending minute and a half or so changes beats and slowly fades out w/ gorgeous harmonising melodies.
The following track, "Juss Know" features Travis Scott when he still had the "$" in his name. It is self produced by PND and he lets us know that he "remembers everything." Travis ends the song epically.
The last song features Cash Out and has a heavy hip hop influence. PND again uses a strange sounding effect on his voice and sing raps throughout the track. Cash Out's verse is decent at best but adds a different vibe.
Pros; every song is unique, catchy melodies throughout, mostly self produced, the production
Cons; can't think of any
This might be a little bias because of the nostalgia this album gives me, but it gets an even 9/10. Tomorrow I'll review the newly dropped sequel EP "Colours 2" which also consists of 4 songs.
Highlight tracks; all of them
Songs you can skip; don't
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This is the third collective mixtape from Florida underground rap collective members only. Most likely you've heard of xxxtentacion, and if you don't like him, you're not gonna like this mixtape. And I can't say that I really like it, but I don't hate it really.
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My main problem is really just the first half of this mixtape. It's just jam packed of these distorted, halfbaked songs with cringey lyrics, ESPECIALLY from x and skimasktheslumpgod, who are the two most popular members of the group. There's some cool bangers in this section, but I can't really listen to many tracks the whole way through without skipping.
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However, there are highlights on this project (basically the second half lol). They really start with the song "Slipknot", which leads into a portion where x and co. attempt a boombap/jazz rap sound, but quickly goes back to bangers. I appreciate this part for attempting something new. I actually really like "Supra". But everything x has done before just makes his verses sound strange almost, even though there are some cool bars. The game changer on this part of the tape is Kin$oul, a rapper that I found out about through this tape. He proves that he's the most talented in the group with bars that translate onto soft, traditional rap songs and also the usual bass heavy bangers. Like the explosive, aggressive posse cut "Curse", that bangs from start to end, probably my favorite track.
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Overall, I think there's just wayyyy too much filler on this album, but there are definitely highlights. There are production issues on this album though, with pretty low quality vocals and abrupt endings, since a lot of the songs are self produced. There are cool moments like the heavy upright bass on "777", but I'm just confused why couldn't they get RonnyJ or someone to help out? Anyways, the second half has enough great songs to barely save this mixtape for me. I honestly wouldn't have minded if the whole first half was cut with "Wassup Vro" kept as an intro
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Favorite tracks: Wassup Vro!, 4Peat, Supra, Curse, Members only shit, Invisible Klip
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Artist: Tyler, the Creator
Project: Wolf (Album)
Label: Odd Future / RED
Genre: Alternative Hip-Hop
Length: 18 Songs (71:17)
Release Date: April 2nd 2013
Requested by: @kooomerr @the_lukemeister
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Notable Features: Earl Sweatshirt/Pharrell/Frank Ocean/Among Others
Notable Producers: Tyler, the Creator/Wilson ad Neves
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Best Feature: Frank Ocean
Best Lyrics: Cowboy/Answer/Pigs
Best Beats: Jamba/Slater/IFHY/Tamale
Best Flow/Vocals: Cowboy/Domo23/Clossus/TreeHome95
Best Tracks: Cowboy/Answer/IFHY/Pigs
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Delivery Rating: 4.6/5
Lyrics Rating: 4.6/5
Production Rating: 4.5/5
Replay Value: 4.5/5
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Critical Rating: 4.5/5
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Final Thoughts: Odd Future member, director, writer, designer, and rapper Tyler, the Creator's second studio album "Wolf" is experiemental, alternative and most of all: amazing. The features consist mostly of Odd Future members with a few exceptions. The album, unlike the features, definitely takes Tyler away from the Odd Future "sound" so to speak, and he finds more of a unique individual sound while Experiementing with the bounds of the genre and his personal limits. The lyrics and flow Tyler provides are some of his best, and the production Tyler provides for the album is also insane compared to "Goblin", and his work with OF. The album isn't really comparable to "Cherry Bomb" due to they are both different genres pretty much, but overall I think "Wolf" is a more sound and safer take on Tyler's music both lyrically and production-wise. Most of the tracks on this project are listenable and have a high replay value, and overall the project succeeds in multiple ways, and proves why Tyler is truly one of the most creative individuals on the Hip-Hop game to date.
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Review X
Playboi Carti is an Atlanta rapper who was just recently featured as one of XXL's Freshman.
To say this "mixtape" is good is just downright untruthful; it's hardly even tolerable.
The lyrical content on this tape is very bare bones. They're almost an amalgamation of everything a rapper has said dumbed down several notches. Carti's bars are to hip hop as Asking Alexandria's lyrics on their debut album are to metalcore. Bad.
For an artist - and I use that term loosely - who seems to rely on their producers more than themselves, the instrumental aspect of this project isn't that well either. Other than the Scott Pilgrim-esque vibe on "Wokeuplikethis*" they all sound similar. Tracks ten and eleven sound as if they're the same beat w/ a few changes in a vain attempt to fool the average listener. "Dothatshit!" is the only track that I actually kind of enjoyed. The flow is the best out of them all and the soft flute beat is soothing. But, at the end of the day, one decent song out of fifteen isn't very impressive.
Pros; ASAP Rocky demolished his verse, the beat on "Dothatshit!"
Cons; pretty much everything else, generic boring lyrics, sloppy production, rip off flows
Because of the Rocky feature, I'll give it a 2.2/10 instead of a 1.8 because I try to be generous.
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Artist: Drake
Project: If Your Reading This It's Too Late (Mixtape)
Label: OVO / Republic /Cash Money /Young Money
Genre: Hip-Hop / Trap
Length: 16 Tracks + Two Bonus (68:40)
Release Date: February 13th 2015
Requested by: @rapdebates
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Notable Features: Lil Wayne/PartyNextDoor/Travi$ Scott/Among Others
Notable Producers: Drake/Boi-1da/Noah "40" Shebib/Among Others
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Best Feature: Lil Wayne
Best Lyrics: Know Yourself/Energy/6 Man
Best Beats: Know Yourself/Star 67/Jungle/Wednesday Night Interlude
Best Flow/Vocals: Used To/Energy/6 God
Stand-out Tracks: Know Yourself/Energy/6 God/6PM in New York/Wednesday Night Interlude
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Delivery Rating: 4/5
Lyrics Rating: 3.9/5
Production Rating: 4.5/5
Replay Value: 3.6/5
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Critical Rating: 4/5
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Final Thoughts: In Drake's sixteen track mixtape, titled "If You're Reading This It's Too Late", Drizzy raps and sings on one of his most consistent and coherent projects possibly of all time. Ironically, Drake considers this tape to be one of his worst projects... Yeah. Okay buddy. After seeing what you did on the so-called playlsit called, "More Life" I don't think Drake should talk or be able to make executive decisions. This album has strong R&B as well as trap influences and overall is a pop/Hip-hop hyrbid designed to enthral the listener with moody, dark beats and better rapping than most of Drake's other projects. The mixtape, which more or less preceeded "VIEWS", one of the most debated albums of 2016, is definitive for Drake's career, although ultimately Drake left the sound and furthermore tones of this album for bigger and... Well not better things. Personally, I believe this to be Drake's best project, and has debatably some of the best tracks he's pumped out in a while. With solid production, strong lyrics, and above average rapping, Drake leaves us with a performance that is actually noteworthy and dare I say it, good.
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Best Feature: Harry Napz, Brenana Martin
Best Beats: 90's Flow, Fly Don't Fade, What You Need
Best Lyrics: Land Of Doubt,
Best Flow/Vocals: Liar
Personal Favorite Tracks: 90's Flow, Land Of Doubt, Liar, Woke

Originality: 4.8/5
Flow: 3.8/5
Delivery: 4/5
Production: 3.4/5
Lyrics: 3.7/5
Content: 5/5
Replay Value: 4/5

Final Thought: Merk had some bangers but also some tracks I would constantly check the time to see if it was about over. Tho I was okay not loving every song. He did something most people can't do. He didn't just write about just bitches, money, and drugs. He had meaning behind his songs and in most songs, I felt that you could really tell that by the emotion in his voice. I felt like in Into Forever is one of the songs seriously lacking in emotion. For me Harry Napz really saved the song. It had deep lyrics but just I couldn't feel Merk in it. Although I couldn't feel that and a few other songs in the end Merk made a banger. I've had 90's Flow, Liar, Land Of Doubt, Woke, and Fly Don't Fade on replay ever since I finish listening My City. 82/100.

I would definitely go check out My City on YouTube if you haven't already and drop down below what do you think about it. Do you agree with my review?
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Artist: Nav
Project: Nav (Mixtape)
Label: XO / Republic
Genre: Trap / R&B
Length: 11 Tracks (43:11)
Release Date: February 24th 2017
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Notable Features: The Weeknd
Notable Producers: Nav/Metro Boomin'/DannyBoyStyles/Among Others
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Best Feature: The Weeknd
Best Lyrics: Some Way/Ttd/Lonely
Best Beats: Myself/Interlude/Sleep
Best Flow/Vocals: My Mind/Up/Good For It
Stand-out Tracks: Some Way/Interlude/Ttd
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Delivery Rating: 3.5/5
Lyrics Rating: 2.8/5
Production Rating: 3.5/5
Replay Value: 3.3/5
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Critical Rating: 3.1/5
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Final Thoughts: XO signed producer and rapper Nav released an eleven track self-titled debut mixtape "Nav". The mixtape has fairly decent production, but definitely gets repetitive overtime for the producer who is a frequent collaborator with artists such as Travis Scott, The Weeknd, Metro Boomin', and more. The overall sound of the album is reminscient of a drug infused R&B mixtape, but has strong trap influence for an interesting, but definitely not new take on the genre. The lyrics are fairly typical of someone signed to XO, and feels like a watered down version of something R&B singer The Weeknd would write and perform; that being said there is some originality on the mixtape but it's sort of hard to find and gets lost in translation. This tape does have a decent replay value, and good production mainly handled by Nav himself, but the overall feeling of the album is off somehow and doesn't impress overly. It does however leave for a promising future and therefore career for Nav both as a producer and as a singer.
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Artist: French Montana
Project: Jungle Rules (Album)
Label: Bad Boy/Song/Epic
Genre: Hip-Hop
Length: 18 Tracks (64:00)
Release Date: July 14th 2017
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Notable Features: The Weeknd/Pharrell Williams/Swae Lee/Among Others
Notable Producers: French Montana/Puff Daddy/Rick Steel/Among Others
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Best Feature: T.I.
Best Lyrics: N/A
Best Beats: Unforgettable/Jump/Hotel Bathroom
Best Flow/Vocals: A Lie/Migo Montana/Stop
Stand-out Tracks: Unforgettable/Stop/White Dress
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Delivery Rating: 2.6/5
Lyrics Rating: 2.4/5
Production Rating: 2.4/5
Replay Value: 2.2/5
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Critical Rating: 2.4/5
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Final Thoughts: French Montana's second studio album following his 2016 mixtape "MC4", is an eighteen track album titled, "Jungle Rules" and had some notable features including Travis Scott, Chinx, And many more, as well as mutiple producers most notably Puff Daddy, Montana himself, and help from a few other relatively high profile producers. The album has a very "club" type of vibe to it, and it's definitely an improvement on Montana's past work. That being said the album generally falls short when Montana is on tracks alone and comes off as bland and almost "done before" by Montana, but on the contrary to that, Montana works best when he is with other rappers or singers, and a big portion of the album is Montana featured with other artists. The album has a lot of featured artists from atlanta, as well as New York native French Montana's frequent collaborator The Weeknd, who he is embarking on a North American tour with. The lyrics aren't anything overly special considering the heavy use of auto-tune Montana uses, but the delivery and production are definitely notable and overall enjoyable. The album sort of succeeds, although it has some notably weak areas but again, it kind of works just not on an amazing level, and theres only a few songs that are actually enjoyable and bumpable to. In the end, the album isn't anything special and doesn't do anything innovative or unique what so ever, and doesn't exactly hold a strong future for Montana.
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