Discussion in 'Pop & Justice' started by UndercovaSista, Mar 31, 2020.
So having listened to this a few times now...it's just all very bland and disappointing. With pretty much every Drake album, there's always a few songs I love, if even for production alone. But this time, there's really nothing I want to come back to, it's all very boring. I guess Race My Mind is pretty good. He definitely needs to do something different going forward.
After watching Surviving R Kelly second season, it reminded how much of a monster that man was and for this man to still use that sample for that song (which I’ve never heard but just seen headlines about) = GROSS.
AUBREY, you are a TOXIC trick. Maybe you’ll be exposed soon too that’s why you support a predator. Thank heavens, I never listened to this.
New collaboration with Majid Jordan:
This is better than pretty much everything on Drake's own album. The whole Majid album slaps actually.
His track with Future and Tems, from Future's new album, debuted at #1.
This album kinda came and went pretty fast didn’t it? Normally he’s all over the radio but I don’t think I recall anything being played here.
Surprise album out tonight!
Not another one.
I'm always to open to a great Drake album... but he hasn't delivered one since, like, 2012. CLB was by far his worst, so hopefully this has at least a song or two worth keeping.
Looks like there might be a genre pivot?
Oh. Interesting. Drake is one of the best rappers of our generation (probably ever) but his actual output so rarely lives up to his skill. The production is too often bland and unimaginative and he leans on the most basic tropes over and over. I'd be here for him switching it up finally. It could a disaster, but it could also be really great.
We should make a new thread and forget CLB ever happened. Give us a reset.
I feel like we hear about a “pivot” with every album since 2016, and it only ends up being a couple bops surrounded by blandness
Can you re-title to "Drake - HONESTLY, NEVERMIND (7th Studio Album)", @2014 ?
Me telling my co-workers about Renaissance:
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