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Megan's bringing back party raps. May she be blessed for the rest of her days.
Not usually a "cry at songs" guy but "Two Slow Dancers" wrecks me every single time
this has made me more upset than anything else i've seen, read or heard in 2020
Lol, yeah, I feel you on this. Dude can still flat-out rap with the best of them. Reminds me a bit of the Cam'ron album from earlier this year, just old masters doing what they do, a few cringe moments here and there but a lot more highs than lows.
Rhye fans will like this, that is for sure. Love the chorus arrangement—nice to see him stretch out *just* a little bit out of the comfort zone here.
The fretless bass on this though... impeccable.
Not a huge hardcore guy but I work with Andrew, an all-around solid dude, and have been pumping the shit out of the record (love the mixing in general, it sounds so cohesive and clean without being fussed over too much). Guess that counts as *one* crossover fan!
Beyond the S-Tier list of features on this record, it's actually... pretty fucking good? Chuck sounds as imperious as ever, Flav brings some heat and the production sounds like a much more modernized take on what PE were doing 30 years ago
The greatest living artist. No competition, no question.
If you removed big sean from the album listing, this would have the sickest lineup of the decade
Drill weezy is intriguing. One of the most rhythmically gifted rappers of all time working with a sound that allows for all kinds of different flows than more traditional rap. Cool!
There's already more than enough anti-vax weirdoes on Vancouver Island. Might as well!
Basically the best piece of Toronto culture of all time (awkward white guy edition). Every time I see that Honest Ed's sign, a part of my dies and my hair gets greyer.
*placing him in a genre box* now that's some rock music! looking forward to the record.
Truly in awe of this project and the story behind it. Detroitophiles everywhere are forever indebted.
What a lovely surprise! Once concerts are a thing again, I can't recommend going to see Oddissee enough—short of the Roots, there's no better rapper working with a live band today.