This weeks selection from the kid in the class of '98 voted “least likely to ever choose a hip hop album for the AAAC”.
I particularly enjoy “Space Whips” and “Light Hops”. It’s pretty short. I think the shortness tempts you to hit play again- you may not.
Bandcamp tags sum it up pretty well
experimental hip hop r&b rap soul alternative eletronic experimental hip-hop soul synth pop Houston
Direct your complaints here: they are ultimately responsible.
Even by AAAC standards this is a quiet thread.
I forgot about this so listened to it on the way into work this morning. I am usually happy to give anything a try once, but this just doesn’t do it for me. 0/5 and I didn’t make it through it all. Sorry* @NAM but the MEH! Is strong with this one.
*I’m not really sorry.
Nope, way to close to being soul for me to get excited about this. There are a few moments that started to get me interested before they petered out. I should probably add that I’ve never been that fussed about lyrics and meaning in the music I listen to, and they seem to be the driving force behind a lot of hip hop, so this was probably always going to be a stretch for me
2.5 mehs out of 5. Not offensive, but very easy to venn diagram the obvious influences and it doesn’t really add anything to the sum total of musical innovation.