Papoose – You Can’t Stop Destiny Review

While this album does have a lot of great points, it has the feel of being another mixtape that Papoose has cranked out. It is unfortunate because it starts off really well, but the end feels unstructured.

The production is great for the most part but the end starts to have an atmosphere of being outdated and old. The first few songs sound smooth and really improve the impact of Papoose rhymes. A bit more focus would help keep the production flowing well through the whole project, but all the songs can still be enjoyed.

The lyricism is fantastic and Papoose demonstrates why he considers his ability much above other rappers in the game. He uses a whole range of abilities to make tracks that are descriptive and enjoyable. A few more techniques throughout the songs spread more evenly could be an improvement, however Papoose certainly doesn’t slouch on this project at all.

The features are good as they compare well to Papoose. There is a good balance of singing to rapping which helps to make this project more cohesive. Maybe some more high calibre rapping from the features to challenge Papoose could be good for the album, but there are no problems with the choices for guests on this.

Overall, this is a very enjoyable album that falls short of being great. Papoose has put together a good album and by keeping the quality up through the whole album, his next could be a bigger success.

Tweezy – One Of A Kind Review

This is a good showcase for Tweezy with some big features and a good display of his lyrical skills. The production is good but it lacks some flair in places.

The beats are enjoyable to listen to and compliment Tweezy well, but could do with a bit more excitement thrown in as they can come across as drab in places. While there is some more upbeat production, most of it is very background, allowing Tweezy to do his thing over the top. However production is a large part of Hip Hop in the modern age and if the beat can’t stand alone to a certain extent, the track can fall short. Tweezy needs to look at a wider range of production to make a more stand out project.

The Lyricism is good and is a large part of why Tweezy is a delight to listen to. He does well to weave his ability into the rhymes that make them more complex and layered while keeping them enjoyable. With some more polishing up, Tweezy could have a big career in Hip Hop.

The features are big names that show that Tweezy has some connections to help pull him through into a more public view. The features each put in good efforts and good verses that help bolster the project to even higher levels of enjoyment.

Overall, this is a good project from Tweezy with a lot of big names on it showing that they support him as an artist. With his lyrical ability and connections that he already has, you should be on the watch for a big year from Tweezy.