Sharod K. Moffett
Find Me On:
It’s just you.
Well, call the police! Someone’s sophomore album sounds different than their first!
It’s almost laughable how horrendous these songs are, even as demos.
There are 10 good songs on Yeezus, but I’ll assume that as an oversight.
That was the point.
These songs are so much stronger when they’re together, holding each other up. I was a little nervous listening to them trickle out, as some of them seemed a little limp. But after listening to the record as a whole, her agenda is clear and executed with merciless precision. Charli XCX knows what she’s wants and she’s not stopping until she gets it.
My early assessment of her in relation to this album still stands; she HAS to rule the world.
That’s its charm! To a certain point, I guess you do get it.
Adam Levine was a spokesperson for Pro Active. Pro Active… Doe-Active… bumps off your face…
Come on, Tom, keep up!
She looks incredible.
She sounds a lot more like herself here than on that other drivel she released earlier.