Discussion in 'Other Music' started by hawk, Aug 28, 2014.
stn mtn / kauai
feat. jaden smith
"candler road", logic - "driving ms daisy"
Childish is probably at the top of my list of favorite rappers. I've loved everything he's put out post-culdesac and Because The Internet was definitely one of my favorite albums last year. Anticipating the shit out of this.
Gambino is defs my favourite rapper of all, cannot wait for this new mixtape / 2 part mixtape thingy hahahaha.
I remember when Camp got a 1.6 on Pitchfork
It wasnt bad at all tbh.
DUDE, that was MEAN
I haven't expected anything that good from Gambino in a long time
That was so good.
^ just listened to it as well. really enjoyed it, wouldn't mind him going into that direction production-wise.
and then i woke up ...
S T N M T N (alt)
K A U A I
edit: let it be known that KAUAI leaked. it's going to be available on itunes sometime soon.
some websites accidentally uploaded both sides of the tape. you could probably google it and find it.
also, jaden smith (see: blue ocean) is criminally underused.
But how can Jaden Smith be real if this mixtape isn't real?
I see '"Awaken, My Love!"' had no representation on here. I think it's an amazing album.
NEW SONG This Is America.
Brings back rap after "Awaken"; shows some very contemporary influences, but mixes them with soul/gospel/African influences that we've seen on his last album, even some folk in there. The contemporary stuff seems to represent the violent/negatives sides (or more like "reality") and the other influences rather the positive or wishful; at the end they unite fluidly. I like the artistic expression.
The song works a lot better with the video than without. The video completely elevates it.
Yeah i agree. It makes a lot more sense with the video.
Anybody else notice Death on the white horse in the background?
The song still works well for me without the music video, but I think it would have worked even better if they'd left the gunshots in. Well, there is still a chance they'll be back on the album version.
Separate names with a comma.