This mixtape is not breaking any new ground at all and is a rehashing of everything we have already heard from Juicy J. He needs to break the formula if he wants to bring in new listeners.
The production is a lot of what we normally hear on a track from Juicy J and becomes stale very quickly. While there are some interesting sounds and some good beats in there, there is also a lot of similarities between them as well as what is on the market right now. A few attempts at trying something new to show that he can climb out of the rut he is stuck in could be great, however Juicy J seems caught in hat he already knows he can do.
The lyricism is straight forward and packed with an impactful delivery, but lacks any content that will stick with the listener. Juicy J can craft rhymes about a few things with some effectiveness but it is lacking in diversity which makes the tracks harder to listen through. A bit more variation could lead to more poeple being interested in the music on this project.
The features don’t bring a lot to the mixtape as some do great and others very little. The guestslater on in the project do a better job, but earlier they are very similar to Juicy J themselves. Maybe some guests who compliment rather than imitate could lead to more interesting moments.
Overall, this mixtape is fine if you want to hear more of what Juicy J can already make, but if you were expecting something new from him, you will be disappointed.
This mixtape, while being cohesive and extremely replayable, does have a slight downside. That being that while DJ Mustard does a great job on the backing, the actual talent from his roster can come across as very similar to each other in ability and style.
The production is excellent and definately has the DJ Mustard signiture sound all over it. All the beats are really smooth and flow together without merging. There is pretty much no improvements to make to the production on here as DJ Mustard crafts near perfection.
The features do a good job fleshing out these tracks but there are a lot of similarities in the recurring guests. All of them bring good verses that are diverse enough to be enjoyable, however thier style and lyrical prowess all tend towards the same things which is not in your face obvious, but it does show itself to be true.
Overall, this is an entertaining and laidback listening experiance with DJ Mustard showcasing not only his beat making prowess, but what his record label is capable of. His crew bring a good skill level to this mixtape to take forward to thier own projects.
This shoe is incredibly comfortable when worn and the only real issue is getting it on. Everything about this is designed so that once the shoe is on, there are no more concerns for your feet.
The insole is a very thick lunalon make which walking easy on the feet with very little feeling of the contact. The bottom is a good thickness to help for that as well.
The collar of the shoe is very tough and can make the shoe tricky to get on. Once the foot is a fair distance into the shoe, it can be used to pull the shoe on. The strap around the top helps secure the foot once it is in as well.
The upper is breathable, but can still overheat in above average conditions. The laces are great at holding both the foot and ankle in the right place for maximum comfort.
Overall, this shoe is all about being stylish in a classic silhouette while being able to wear it for a considerable amount of time without wearing down on comfort. Another update on this could be more flexible materials.
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.
This is more of the same Trinidad James that you have heard on all his other projects. If James wants to continue in the music industry at all, he needs to shake it up and start introducing something new to his formula.
The production is good and actually makes for quite an interesting listen. Each track is definitely differentiated from the others and has some properties that fit in with James’ formula. The sounds used are out of the norm and it helps to make the production stand out.
The lyricism is ok, but nothing to go crazy over. James includes a couple of touches of greatness and potential, but they are few and far between. The content is generic and is filled with vulgar and unimpressive references that are dull and boring to hear.
THe features are better than Trinidad James but are still not the elite in rap. While the features are alright and help bring a certain amount of respectable alliances to the project, they all run in the same vein as James and don’t bring any new or interesting ideas to the table as far as content is concerned.
Overall, this is a good project if you already Liked Trinidad James but if you aren’t a fan already, this is not the project that is going to do it. This is the same repetition of James that we have always seen and is nothing new or exciting to get hyped up about.
This is a good showcase of how K Camp can use his talents to make generic content songs a bit more exciting. With his ability to add some singing, or at least a close substitute to, into the mix helps make a more interesting listen.
The production is good and is a good mixture of important features for a good listen. The beats are interesting enough to listen to , but also have spots where K Camp really stands out and can be heard. It makes for a more enjoyable listen and a good base for K Camp to build on.
The lyricism is there but is not a prominent point on the project. While there is some impressive wordplay the more important things are the combo of singing and rapping to make the generic content seem fresh and revitalised. K Camp’s performance and delivery on this is impressive but if some more wordplay were to be involved, the project would be improved somewhat.
The features on this project are also good and help K Camp improve his chemistry with others on the tracks. Each helps to contrast what K Camp brings to the table as well as shows the skills each of the features themselves has to offer.
Overall, this is an enjoyable listen and a good point for K Camp in his career. With his blend of deliveries and his ability to sound different from the rest of his rap generation, he should become more of a figure in Hip Hop than he is now.