GINGER is BROCKHAMPTON’s fifth studio album and shows that, even with the loss of an integral part of their group, they will only get better as time goes on.
Goldlink showed major improvement on Diaspora with increases in production and conceptual mastery. See what our final thoughts of the album was.
Juice WRLD’s sophomore album shows major improvement in everything from his production to flow.
Many didn’t know what Lil Skies’ long term potential could be, but Skies on Shelby shows that he is here to stay demonstrating his growth from his last album.
This album defiantly isn’t on the level of Future’s classics like “DS2” and “FUTURE”, but it is a major improvement from his last solo album: “BEASTMODE 2”.
Even though there may not be many great lyrics on this album the production by Hitmaka is a standout.
If Phora continues to make these giant leaps upwards from album to album he could easily be competition with the likes of Drake and Travis for best album of the year.
“Decided”, his fourth album of the year, has several ups and downs. YoungBoy seems to excel when the tempo (bpm) is slow which allows for him to integrate his flow with the production.
After Eminem’s last album Revival, which was destroyed critically, he needed an album that proved all the critics wrong. In the beginning, Eminem seems to succeed in this goal
After almost 3 years, Bas comes back with an album filled with incredible production, features, and lyrics.
Animé on this album proves all of his doubters wrong with some of the best song framing I have seen in the past year.
This album is not for the Travis Scott fan that wants Travis to keep making songs and albums that are similar to songs like Drugs you should try it and Maria I’m drunk.
It is extremely hard to find a song on this mixtape that would be considered a “bad song”. Every song on this mixtape is infused with classic Chance beats and verses. Chance experiments with elements of almost every genre including jazz, soul, and gospel.
This is the type of song I like to hear from Chance. The production on 65th and Ingleside rivals the production on I Might Need Security. Chance raps about his relationship with his child’s mother and fiancée. This allows for the song to have a very personal and charismatic feel throughout.
Overall Friday Night Lights has many highlights in lyrics and production that I wish J. Cole would bring back into his arsenal in future albums.