Our second half review falls on a producer. Metro Boomin is synonymous with the Atlanta sound. Seems to be always on the Quality Control hits and then some. We speak to the features and his creative way he decided to approach this solo album with a massive cast of QC artist.
As a continuation of the Quality control releases of the year. We take a listen to the Third member of The Migos, TakeOff. With no features listed on this release. We were very skeptical with what we were going to hear. Especially with the amount of Swag Offset and Quavo always bring to the team.
This week we continue with our second half of our trap music review from Quavo to the new collaboration with the OG Future with his new collaboration release with the Chi town rapper Juice WRLD. What a different perspective we share with this release by Future. We also relive his previous releases that got us here.
This week we jump into the trap music game with Quavo from the amigos and the OG Future with his new collaboration release with the Chi town rapper Juice WRLD. We start off with your boy Quavo which we kinda knew was on his way based on the Quality Control mega releases for this year. we get into Quavo’s touch into the big charts.
Our second review of Collaboration albums is the New York rappers Dave East and Styles P. A veteran and a new comer gets together to spit the New york life, raw and luxurious. We go through the production, lyrical quality and what we thought was the concept of these collaborations.
Sean and I go into our collab music review and we start off with our returning Champ Lil Baby with a slimey collab with Gunna. With Quality Control shooting out sooooo much this year we made a stop to check out what these young boyz were putting out together
We finish the two part review with realizing that What LiL Wayne has done for the music industry is amazing. We discuss his influence, his troubles and this brand new release which we break down in our own way. Is this guy actually the Goat?
These two artist presented a totally different presentation of what they wanted to release. Wayne letting people know I still got it and Lupe with I know I fucked up so let me get back to delivering the art he knew he could put out and not copy the mainstream rap industry. Sean and I exam these two artist two releases with our owe bias and critique. We start with Lupe
The 2nd part of our Eminem review gets into his battle with a few people that is burning up the internet (white on white crime) The Machine Gun Kelly battle that started waaaay back in 2014 or 2012 about something he said about his daughter. We continue with Em’s legacy and what is possibly his next move. Theeen we talk about what great kinda looks like in this era and what this year looks like with competitive releases.
So holy Sh**!! Did not expect this to come out this year like this. Sean and I go all in on the new release by Eminem that puts his target on reviewers, rappers and partners that he needs to let out some venom on. A throw back to the Shady days that I was hoping for last year instead of the Revival release.
We take the time to pay respect to Mac Miller with his untimely death. A little about his rap career, depression and substance abuse. RIP
Kamikaze is the tenth studio album by American rapper Eminem. Previously unannounced, the album was released on August 31, 2018 by Aftermath Entertainment, Interscope Records, and Shady Records. The album features guest appearances from Joyner Lucas, Royce da 5'9", Jessie Reyez, and uncredited vocals by Justin Vernon