Travis Scott – Astroworld Review

This release is a masterpiece for Travis Scott and the rap community. Every song is masterfully put together and the energy throughout makers it a very easy listen.

The production is amazing, separating itself from almost all other music with how crisp and intoxicating the beats actually are. Each song has the perfect atmosphere and compliments the artists on it. There are no issues with how the background music plays on this album, none at all.

The lyricism is not exactly the most complicated and intricate out there, but the delivery and performance elements bring them home. The way the beats and the lyrics meld together so seamlessly really strengthens the tracks as neither are blocking the other out and making both elements very enjoyable. The wordplay is not bad, but could do with maybe a small boost to reach every corner of the hip hop world.

The features, while not credited on the streaming side, all contribute strongly to this project and add just what is needed on each song. While some may not seem like the biggest contribution, all make this the cohesive listen that has made such a smash hit. There is a chance that a few more singers could add another edge, but may ruin the vision Scott had for this.

Overall, there is no doubt that this will go down as a lot of people’s favorite album. Travis Scott has used his considerable talents to craft a truly remarkable project that every listener can enjoy, at least for a certain extent.

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Belly – Inzombia Review

This project is a showcase of how talented Belly is. He has got the right feel and talents to bring this emotional and haunting project to the public and make it a success.

The production has an apocalyptic feel which creates the atmosphere needed for Belly to explore his self destructive emotions. The almost empty nature the beats create is exactly what the project needs to land home hard which is not easy with the deep nature of the content. Normally a suggestion of a more energetic track would help show some balance, but that would upset the whole point of this project.

The lyricism is clever and does a great job showing how Belly has grown as an artist. He uses multi-schemes to punctuate his lines and paint vivid images for the listener to experience. He doesn’t make many mistakes, but maybe some more experimenting with his flow could make some more interesting moments.

The features are good as they bring great and versatile verses to this project. Each shows their own ability while showing that what Belly has gone through is not a unique experience. Maybe some more singers would make this flow a little easier, but his selection of guests is fantastic.

Overall, this is a dark view of Belly’s deep, dark self that he puts masterfully into music. This should show audiences that Belly is a complicated man as well as a talented musician.