audio review : Mental Trillness ( album ) … Juicy J

audio review : Mental Trillness ( album ) ... Juicy J

This project (album/mixtape) has to do with Mental health. If you couldn’t already tell by the title, the pedagogic prelude and interludes suggest as much. The theme is a solemn departure for Juicy J, but musically it’s basically business as usual. “I stay strapped like a baby seat,” the Memphis native declares on Pay Attention, over a trunk-rattling beat, because you “can’t trust niggas no more.”

Paranoia, schizophrenia; there are plenty of medical references to Stress the concept, but, though the No Rapper begins the set by suggesting there’s a personal underlining regarding the death of his mother, he never goes that deep. He’s more interested in doing drugs, making money and fucking “bitches”. Highlights include Deadbeat; a duet with Three 6 affiliate La Chat; and Gettin.

my rating : 3 of 5


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audio review : Animals ( song ) … Anderson Paak ( featuring Dr Dre )

This is, as far as I’m concerned, a waste of a damn good Premo beat. Yes, the music is produced not by Dr Dre; he relegates himself to guest rapper; but DJ Premier and his contribution is easily the best part of the song.

Anderson Paak, both the things he says; this is yet another example of “black folks” playing victim to “white folks”; and his voice are annoying. The one exception is the bridge, which is catchy enough to have been the chorus.

my rating : 3 of 5


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