Bad Habits by NAV Review: To My Grave: 1.5/10 I'm Ready: 2.2/10 Taking Chances: 2.7/10 Tap: 1.8/10 Tension: 2.9/10 Price On My Head: 5/10 Ralo: 3.4/10 Tustin: 2/10 Snap: 2.4/10 Hold Your Breath: 3.1/10 Why You Crying Mama: 3/10 Time Piece: 1.4/10 Dior Runners: 1.8/10 Vicodin: 2.3/10 Stuck With Me: 2.5/10 Know Me: 2.1/10 Overall: 2.2/10 NAV is a Punjabi-Canadian hip-hop artist who is signed to The Weeknd's label 'XO' (This project also had good production from The Weeknd too). However, good production didn't mean quality wise it was good. It was literal torture listening to this album over and over again because it's just so basic, plain, uncreative and his voice is highly annoying. I liked what he tried to do on some songs like 'Why You Crying Mama' but it just failed so badly because of his awful lyricism and flow. The song he made with The Weeknd was alright though, but that's because it was literally Abel's song as he did 2 verses and a chorus compared to NAV's one verse. There's hardly no positives on the album and I hardly doubt that Lil Uzi Vert's taken out song would have affected this album in any way. So instead of rambling on about how bad this is, I'm just gonna say: Don’t listen to it! #music#soundcloud#applemusic#spotify#rapper#rap#trap#hiphop#rnb#pop#indie#rock#alternative#soul#like4like#badhabits#nav#offset#arianagrande#cardib#nickiminaj#migos#drake#kendricklamar#jcole#21savage#travisscott#postmalone#sport#movies
TOP TEN HIP-HOP/RAP STORYTELLING SONGS EVER: 1. ONE LOVE - NAS 2. STAN - EMINEM 3. WARNING - BIGGIE SMALLS 4. THE ART OF STORYTELLING PT. 1 - OUTKAST 5. TODAY WAS A GOOD DAY - ICE CUBE 6. DEVILS - JAY Z 7. BRENDA’S GOT A BABY - TUPAC 8. LAST CALL - KANYE WEST 9. MURDER WAS THE CASE - SNOOP DOGG 10. SING ABOUT ME - KENDRICK LAMAR What’s Your Favourite Storytelling Song Of All Time?
——————————————————————————————— J. Cole - 2014 Forest Hills Drive [2015 Original Print | 888750569813] ——————————————————————————————— The third studio album by American rapper J. Cole. Which was primarily produced by himself. Hitting #1 on the US Billboard and selling 353,000 copies in it’s first week of release. And spawning the meme “double platinum, no features” as it accomplished exactly that. It’s a pretty enjoyable project. Lots of iconic tracks for everyone to enjoy and definitely Cole’s best work so far. I’d be keen to see him do something as ambitious sometime soon as his recent work just hasn’t struck any cords with me. ——————————————————————————————— Favourite Track 🎵: “A Tale Of 2 Citiez” ——————————————————————————————— Favourite Tracks 🎶: “January 28th”, “Wet Dreamz”, “A Tale Of 2 Citiez”, “Fire Squad”, “G.O.M.D”, “No Role Modelz”, “Apparently”, “Love Yourz” & “Note To Self” ——————————————————————————————— Track List 🎧 ——————————————————————————————— -Disc 01: Side A- ——————————————————————————————— ❌ 1. Intro / 2:09 ✅ 2. January 28th / 4:02 [Video 01] ✅ 3. Wet Dreamz / 3:59 [Video 02] ❌ 4. 03’ Adolescences/ 4:24 ——————————————————————————————— -Disc 01: Side B- ——————————————————————————————— ✅ 1. A Tale Of 2 Citiez / 4:29 [Video 03] ✅ 2. Fire Squad / 4:48 ❌ 3. St. Tropez / 4:17
Hi This is Flume: Mixtape - Flume (8.2) Year: 2019 Notable Features: slowthai, Sophie, JPEGMAFIA, Kucka, Eprom Best Songs: Endysis High Beams Jewel Dreamtime How to Build a Relationship Upgrade Vitality Amber ————————————————————————— Perplexity and curiosity are the underlying themes of this new project by Australian electronic producer, Flume. Thematically a stunning well flowing project, containing incredible sounds and experimental melodies that create an insanely trippy transition between each song. Flume creates a world of emptiness and emotionless vibes, creating a stunning array of tracks that make up an insanely pleasurable listen overall. As far as features, the unique lanes tend to tighten up with artists such as ‘Sophie’ and ‘JPEGMAFIA’, showcasing two very different artists expressing their sounds both exceptionally well on their respected tracks. The void of this album feels as if it is an endless loop of complexity nearly impossible to pick apart, very few complaints to say about this project despite its interludes consuming too much of the time of the tape. This being said I do believe it is one of the most strange yet bold electronic albums released this year and opens up a whole new world almost every time I’ve listened to it. Do you agree or disagree? What album should I review next?
I’m countin' my bullets, I'm loadin’ my clips I'm writin' down names, I'm makin' a list I'm checkin' it twice and I'm gettin’ ’em hit The real ones been dyin', the fake ones is lit The game is off balance, I’m back on my shit The Bentley is dirty, my sneakers is dirty But that's how I like it, you all on my dick #jcole#middlechild#lyrics#music#makeup#redhair#magentahair#iphone#tattoo
As the decade is many of months away from being over, it's time to look back on our influences and the inspiration behind our culture and modern music. Without counting Kanye, Cudi, or Wayne since they're 2000's artist, I truly believe these three are most definitely the most influential artist of the 10's for their work in hip hop. ▪▪▪▪▪▪ Kendrick Lamar: It's no lie when I say that Kendrick basically inspired and impacted both rap and also other genres. Ever since his feature verse on "Control", the state of hip hop was incredibly changed. GKMC was Kendrick proving himself to his inspirations, but when TPAB dropped, not only did it impact rap itself, but also the younger generation and our people. David Bowie said that we need more rule breakers like Kendrick Lamar, who inspired his last album "Black Star". He automatically gets the top spot for this. -- Tyler, the Creator - Nowadays, Tyler is widely known for his influence upon the "flower boy" wave of rap. Artists like Rex Orange County, Billie Eilish, Kali Uchis, Boy Pablo, Cuco, Clairo, and many more were heavily impacted by Flower Boy. Also, since the Odd Future wave back in 2010, it has influenced artists that are at their biggest today, like BROCKHAMTPON and Playboi Carti (if you don't believe me, look up $TEEZE by Sir Cartier back when he was just starting, it shows heavy OF influence.) Not only does he effected rappers and artists alike, but our generation today, including myself, have been inspired by his creativity and sounds. Without Pharrel, we wouldn't have Tyler, and then we wouldn't have this plethora of new artists today. -- A$AP Rocky - Even though Rocky hasn't really influenced almost any rappers other than Playboi Carti and Lil Uzi, he has started infinite amounts of fashion waves and has made fashion knowledge a flex in rap. From songs like " Fashion Killa " to " RAF " to custom Louis Vuitton suits for Testing to almost any Rocky song, there's no doubt that he made made fashion a