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Album Review: Super What? by CZARFACE and MF DOOM

This post is sponsored by Skillshare. Get two free weeks by clicking here ! Learn a new skill or hobby by watching the online courses! With over 7 million people and more than 29,000 courses, there's a lot to learn from. There is also a free option that gives you access to plenty of content. You can even join through Facebook or Google. Join today to start learning!   CZARFACE is a hip hop group made up of a few well known artists. The group is made up of the duo 7L & Esoteric as well as Inspectah Deck from Wu-Tang Clan. CZARFACE team up with legendary hip hop legend, MF DOOM, who unfortunately passed away in late 2020. This is the second time they team up together, the first time being Czarface Meets Metal Face in 2018. Now, they release the second collaborative project titled Super What?   The first track from the album is The King and Eye . The track opens up a bit different since it's a conversation between them and you can just hear them laughing. After the quic

Album Review: Ice Melt by Crumb

This post is sponsored by Skillshare. Get two free weeks by clicking here ! Learn a new skill or hobby by watching the online courses! With over 7 million people and more than 29,000 courses, there's a lot to learn from. There is also a free option that gives you access to plenty of content. You can even join through Facebook or Google. Join today to start learning!   Crumb is an indie rock band from Brooklyn. They first caught my attention with their debut project, Jinx which I reviewed and ranked it in my top ten albums of the year. Since I was so captivated by that project, I knew I had to check out what they had to release for their sophomore release. To be honest, since my expectations were so high from their debut album, this may have had a negative impact on how I perceived this album, Ice Melt . The first track from the album is Up & Down . It opens up quietly with some distorted sound. As it gets louder, it sounds like some brass instrument. It eventually quiets

Album Review: Yasuke by Flying Lotus

This post is sponsored by Skillshare. Get two free weeks by clicking here ! Learn a new skill or hobby by watching the online courses! With over 7 million people and more than 29,000 courses, there's a lot to learn from. There is also a free option that gives you access to plenty of content. You can even join through Facebook or Google. Join today to start learning!   Steven Ellison, or better known by the name of Flying Lotus, is a producer and rapper from California. I was a bit surprised to hear this track since he just released a project back in 2019, however this album is a bit different. Yasuke is a soundtrack for a Netflix anime series, Yasuke , which he is a part of. The first track from the album is War at the Door . It opens up slowly with some long droning notes. After awhile you can hear the string notes drone on. After the first minute, it opens up a bit more with other instrumentation and you really get the full effect of the 'samurai' feeling Flying Lo