Grey Area (stylised as GREY Area) is the third studio album by English rapper Little Simz, released on 1 March 2019 through Age 101 Music and AWAL.Wikipedia
Great with some hard hitting lyrics, will listen to again
I was expecting to skip this. It was better then i was expecting. I'm not into British hip hop, modern hip hop, people with little in their names. This wasn't bad. I'm not sure I'd listen again but i didn't hate it.
lol this was the musical equivalent of those memes trashy people share on Facebook when they don't want to admit they're bottom feeders, and think everyone around them is the problem, holding them down. Just a whole heap of mindless "street philosophy" about removing toxic people from your life and being true to yourself. SPARE ME. 1/5.
The sole interesting thing about this album is the amount of actual live instrumention it employs instead of just sampling. Otherwise it can fuck off.
5 stars. This album was great. Catchy, interesting and creative
Very cool British hip-hop album. I enjoy her vocals and flow quite a bit. No complaints.
First time that I heard it, it didn't impress me that much. However repeated listens showed me how brilliant this record is. Her rhyme schemes work masterfully with the laidback yet creative production.
Damn, nice surprise here. I've never heard of her but Little Simz (and her team?) is talented. Really good lyrics/wordplay on a bunch of tracks (Offence, Venom...despite copious use of the p word, Pressure, Sherbet Sunset) and she can rap (Missy Elliott fast). Great bass lines and beats on the first two tracks (I could listen to Boss over and over) and some of the later ones (101 FM, Therapy). Tight album. Gonna have to listen to more of her music.
I am really impressed at Little Simz' skill here. She has a lyrical deftness, a flow and capability I do not regularly hear. The brevity of the album is also a big factor here. A lot of rap albums have so much filler, skits and interludes that just... ugh. It makes it difficult for me to want to come back to the album and do a complete re-listen. Hearing the "n-word" so often I did start to tune it out. It is tough to hear in people's albums nowadays. Definitely a nice change of pace album for me. I really enjoyed this and the showcase of her skill as well as how the MC really compliments her.
I like her. Has a Guy Ritchie vibe. She could easily score any Ritchie or Soderburgh movie. Selfish is a beauty of a track. Wounds sounds like an Eminem track. VENOM! So much being said there. I need to revisit that one. This was a true project. Tons of work, talent, hooks, beats, all of it. If you're going to make a hip hop record today, this is required listening.
Anyone who is friends with Michael Kiwanuka is a friend of mine. This is the rap I’m here for
This Little Simz album from 2019 was added as part of the newest update to 1001 albums (circa 2021). While not the newest album on the list, it is still fresh enough that it's quite bold to put it down in the list of 1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die. Regardless, Little Simz is a rapper I'm already familiar with, having released the fantastic Sometimes I Might Be Introvert in 2021 (which could very well be album of the year for me). Truly, I have few qualms about this being added to the list. Simz hits hard with her rhymes, switching up her flow and vocal styling to keep you engaged. Simz is accompanied by production from Inflo, who brings beats and structure to the songs that are unlike anything else right now. Genuinely incredible. Compared to her follow-up, I think I still prefer SIMBI for the satisfying framing and continued pushing of boundaries, but this is still a great album through and through.
I feel a bit of presh that I've never been that into Lil Simz and everyone creamz about her. I enjoyed some songs more than others, but general just ambivalence. Soz
… it’s eh 101 FM was a cool song, I liked the production for the album but i’ll die before I call a mf brit a “good rapper” I have a deep hatred for those wankers that think they can rap so honestly i’m kind of on chaotic ends in this album, great beats, terrible vocals/rap I’ll give it a 4/10
Nothing great, boring to OK at best.
Production sounds good but this isn’t my jam.
Didn’t hate it but it’s not my thing. Liked her voice and the song with Michael Kiwanuka
Solid album but understandably unheard of. Inspired by Fugees and maybe Mereba.. 3/5
I’ll paraphrase her ‘she’s just a bad jayzee’
Well this is fucking terrible
I was wondering when I would get my first rap album. Expected Tupac, Dr. Dre, Snoop, Eminem, Jay-Z, NWA, Biggie, or any other of the pioneers of rap. Instead I got a no name, marginally talented, British rapper that no one has heard of. Trying not to let that effect my rating, listening to this with an open mind, it still was below average at best.
Not for me.
First listen. Never heard of him before. Not for me.
I don't think there was anything in this that I liked
Good, just not my style.
This album came up on the list as I was discovering Little Simz through her newest album, "Sometimes I Might Be Introvert." I already knew from repeated listens of that album that I liked her as an artist. GREY Area grooves just as well. It's perhaps a little more aggressive than its follow-up. It does stay strong from start to finish though. Boss has an amazing beat and I love the keyboards at the end of the track. She has amazing wordplay on all of the tracks and both the words and the beats stay with you long after the album is over. Apart from Boss I'd say my favorites are Wounds, Venom, Therapy and Sherbet Sunset.
Wow! This is great! Low key beats and awesome flow. Love the accent on the raps.
catchy, layered, and pretty brilliant
Little Simz is the next big thing in hio hop. This record and 2021's "Sometimes I Might Be Introvert" are definite proof
immediately replayed for a second time and then a third.
a good find
Tops. Voice, lyrics, beats. Vibes. You’re not ready for pussy in power. Venom.”
Modern, yet timeless rap album that non rap loving listener can still love
Muy disfrutable. Una grata sorpresa en esta reentrada a la dinámica de los 100001 discos. Me seguí con sus otros discos. Mood: baked
Surprisingly laidback and Contemplative for something in the modern grime Era, and I am certain Little Simz has a career for many years to come with this unique take on the sound.
Bops on bops on bops. I've been craving some more modern female MCs that I vibed with, and this delivered that and more.
Great rap album out of the UK
Some decent smooth and jazzy production and a reasonably interesting flow. She’s got a fair amount to say with some interesting introspection. Just not a massive fan of her tone and the whole thing was a bit down tempo for me.
2019 will go down as the best year of the decade without a doubt, wish I was across this in real time but listening to it in 2022 will have to do. There are some absolutely massive tracks on this.
Outstanding, significant, meaningful, entrancing. I should have listened to her before.
Excellent, progresses while keeping you in your toes.
Vraiment une decourte qui en vaut la peine. Fait longtemps jai pas entendu du bon rap comme ca 5
nytænkende, fede beats, UK, progressivt, en moderne klassiker
Smashing. The beats are immense and whilst I'm not hugely into rap the lyrical dexterity of Little Simz is something to be admired. Cutting content, a great British talent
God she’s so good
This is aggressive. The lowend never disappoints.
Great Album. Surprised. I would have never listened
Nice hip hop
Powerful beats, lyrics.
Someone’s having a rage year- full of anger and frustration. Listened through this short album twice, and really liked it.
Pretty sick rap album. Great, gritty beats and intense stylistic rapping. I dig it.
Great album. Been meaning to listen to this for a while. Didn't disappoint.
Solid British rapping, but I could do without the sung bits.
Really liked this one especially Flowers
Really enjoyed especially Venom
Lovely, minnir mig aðeins á Gil Scott Heron
2019 is shockinglu recent. A part of me feels albums should take more time to digest before making this, but i'm trying to shake that off. This feels really different and is clearly worth putting on the list. Strong 4.5 for me - really impressed with how concise the album is while still being a powerhouse.
Track one opens with a bold jazz sound that I dig a lot more than I imagine I will the vocals. Not a fan of English rap in general, but so far this is alright. Enjoying through track 2, Simz cleverly avoids the drill style that she could easily fall into and instead opts for a more classical hiphop sound. It's a little Minajy but with the pop elements stripped away to leave something rawer and less produced. Good - Boss, 101FM, Venom Bad - None really. Art - It's stark, the face and sit coupled with the trainers in the background make a nice impact.
Amazing rap album. Super cool.
Little Simz is a talented rapper and this is a really intense and heartfelt album. However, rap isn't really my thing.
It’s some good Brit pop. And has “there she goes” on it.
Some great sound I this hard hitting UK hip hop that works but she sounds like a scared girl.
This album was great! Solid hitting lyrics and wordplay, and greats beats without sounding like an overproduced monstrosity. Had me bopping in my chair all morning!
This is great stuff! I was drawn in from the beginning and stayed there. Strength and impact, and superb dynamics, syncopation, and performance on the vocals. Underlying rhythms and beats and harmonies work well with what she's creating. I need to hear more of her work.
"Selfish" y "101 FM" están muy buenas. 9/10
Me gusta como cantabla. Hip hop rap rápido.
Hip-hop femenino mezclado con soul, pop... Venga, un 4.
Surprised by this one
This was really good
I liked it, I thought the lyrics were really good and I'm pleased to have discovered her. Not sure I gave it my full attention though and would like to go back and listen again sometime.
I've really enjoyed listening to this today!! Is it horns or pan pipes on the opening track? I particularly like the song Offence and the message but also the sounds and excellent rap skills exhibited. Great artist, love this album I'd like to listen again to the entire thing. I hear some references to other rappers I love and this makes sense that their inspirations are people I also enjoy. Would like to get more into Little Simz and listen to more of their albums!
For some reason British hip-hop delivery does something for me. Instrumentally it's pretty great. Love the distorted drums and the synth lines. Some of the tracks are hit and miss but overall pretty strong.
A real badass, great beats, really cooks all the way through.
Stylish album. Little Simz is a cool rapper with her own voice and the beats complement her well, making for a satisfying and enjoyable result
wouldn't listen to again due to the explicit lyrics, but
Has all the makings of a modern classic - smart lyrics, engaging sounds, charismatic rapper, Simz is a proper artist making music to make you think and bob your head. Too new for five stars but that’s the direction of travel we are talking here - she’s that good.
Ugh I love this. Little Simz is so talented. And I love the production too, Inflo is so talented (loved his production on Adele’s 30 too).
Groovy laid back beats. Little Simz flow was on point all the way through. Really good album, almost edges on a perfect 5. Favorites: "Venom", "101 FM", "Flowers"
I really liked this one a lot! I thought the rhythms were interesting and varied, and I liked what I could catch of the lyrics. It felt more like a cohesive album than some of the other recent ones. I might explore some more of her music
Really interesting, and good, with funny songs, important songs, and catchy songs. Not all uk hip hop is this good. Favourite part was the (possibly coincidental) nod to Akala when she spoke about escaping the "fuckery" - in a line with a very 'Akala' flow to it
I'd never heard of Little Simz before listening to this..... and had low expectations, but I really enjoyed this. Loved the creativity and depths to the arrangements.
Knew nothing about this artist but enjoyed this music.
i love little simz
3.5/5. This was good, not amazing. Selfish is my favorite off this album. This album is better than average, however, some songs were not my favorite.
Not my normal cup of tea but this is a very well-made album.
She has such great flow and the lyrics are excellent too. Fun beats and a really tight length
Top new discovery! Heard the singles but the album really holds up to them. Will defo revisit this!
It gets off to a great start with the funky bass-line and flutes in “Offence”, but the second track “Boss” was raw and irritating. Overall, I like her cool, laid-back delivery. I prefer the tracks co-performed with other artists, as I find singing gives the rapping something to contrast to. It's interesting she co-wrote all tracks with Dean Josiah Cover, the guy behind of one of my favourite under-the-radar projects, “Sault”, and he produced it as well. I think this definitely adds to the melodic feel of the album.
Have listened to a couple of Little Simz songs and never really got the hype, I am not really into British Hip Hop so wasn’t really expecting much from this. But to my surprise I really enjoyed this. Great backing beats and her vocals really flow. Also a pleasant surprise for Michael Kiwanuka to feature at the end of the album.
Really enjoy Little Simz tunes and her voice, she's a bit too spikey to be a 5, but that's also part of her overall charm
Quality record, really enjoyed it, a great find 4/5
05/03/2022 Hadn't heard of Little Simz before this, but wow, she kills it. Mega talent.
Hip-hop femenino mezclado con soul, pop... Venga, un 4.
Breath of fresh air, this. Sounds like hot sunny London summer days. Really enjoyed it.
Sweet production that sounds like it could come from a Tarantino kung fu movie and tough sounding vocal and lyrics. UK Hip Hop is sounding pretty healthy with this. Best Tracks: Offence; Boss; Venom
very good. the lyrical content clearly isn't aimed at me but when has that ever stopped me liking something that sounds good.
Crash Bandicoot, Mortal Kombat
I really liked this!!
Amai die was eigenlijk echt goed maaar nog steeds geen classic hoor en hoort dit al in deze lijst?
Belle découverte ici. Beats rafraîchissants, bon flow. Je vais assurément revenir à cet album.
Intrigued as I saw some of Little Simz at Glastonbury - not my usual go to of music but enjoyed selfish and venom - good to see
Deze meid kan wel een stukje rappen! Ik kon het verrassend genoeg wel smaken
Fantastic example of the lyrical complexity of modern rap. Great tracks to support the tone, and altogether a great listen. Not something I'm quick to put on, but when I do, it's always the right vibe
Ona mi je jedna od najdražih nadolazećih reperica, umjetnica u tom području. Definitivno se probila sa zadnjim albumom, i pokazala koliko je kvalitetna. Ovo joj je prvi, ali bome ima tu par pjesama koje sam mal-mal si znao pustiti. - Offence, Boss, Venom, 101 FM, Pressure....Vrijedi poslušati!
Jako jako dobar. Cak mi i maaalo bolji od sometimes i might be an introvert
La production est superbe. J’aime beaucoup ce type de hip-hop et les collaborations sur cet album amènent une belle diversité. J’ai découvert cet album il y a quelques semaines et j’y reviens souvent. C’est une artiste que je vais suivre.
British hip hop, I'm in.
Great vibes in this album. Rock and rap. I’m Loving it!
Loving the vibes. Great rap and rock under tones.
Current favorite songs: 101 FM, Sherbet Sunset.
Easily one of the best rap albums of the last few years. The production especially shines through it’s use of actual instruments. Each song feels unique in it’s own way. My one knock is that Simz uses the same British monotone cadence on every single song. I think it holds the music back a bit. 4.25 stars
Far better than I expected despite not really being my genre.
It's...okay. She has talent, but it's not quite what I'm feeling when it comes to rap.
3. I was pleasantly surprised by the variety of backing music and beats, made it an enjoyable listen. The first track had almost an industrial synth backing which grabbed my attention.
Most of the beats are really nice, and the production is really clean too. That's about all that salvages a 3 for me. I just finished it and already can't really remember or differentiate any of the songs. Just "edgy" lyrics in an unconventional delivery with an accent. I'm sure there's probably some good content in there but I didn't catch it the first time through and won't bother to try again.
Not really my vibe, but I can understand where this gets some respect
Fun British rap
wouldn't listen to again due to the explicit lyrics, but musically interesting
Liked this more than I thought I would. I liked the fusion of rap and hip hop with some Rasta sounds and motifs. Very interesting album.
Not my main style, but it was good. I particularly liked the last three tracks on the album- Therapy, Sherbert Sunset, and Flowers- as well as Wounds.
Will listen again. 3.5
Bueno. No creo que tenga suficiente peso aún para estar dentro de este listado. Le falta legado.
Average+ rap. I liked the tone of her voice and the cockneyesque accent. I didn’t like excessive use of questionable language. The song “Selfish” was a highlight. 3.5 and rounding down.
This album is proof that the difference between good hip hop and great hip hop is more than just the ability to spit rhymes, because that aspect is plenty good on this one. But the songs themselves are lackluster and monotonous.
Must confess: I had my finger hover over the skip button for this one - I did not need it. Great album. Nice production.
She's skilled, no doubt. Good production but not a lot of depth in lyrics or style. She's got to learn to dig deeper and take more chances, for this to be a good LP as opposed to a place to find one or two standout tracks.
Little Simz has been on fire with her newest album and this one is also solid. Very impressed with the lyricism and the beats. She’s probably one of the better female rappers without being only vulgar as well. 7.4/10
3.5 stars. I might bump that after another listen. Really sweet grooves and beats.
Don't really care about the words, but in terms of music, this album raps with dignity and respect to art.
Good album, enjoyed the production and the bass on first couple of tracks especially. Little Simz is clearly a good rapper, but that London accent starts to grate on me after a while (such Northern bias from me).
Starts really strong on the first couple of tracks but I feel it loses momentum whenever singing is brought into the choruses. I like it when she leans more towards the experimental. Beats are very moody and atmospheric and it's a real 3.5 for me but ultimately it feels more like an assemblage of fairly distinct singles than a cohesive album so I'm gonna round down.
Bof. Pas ma came ce genre de hip hop
This was a new artist and album for me, and I was pleasantly surprised. Little Simz's rapping style had a very pleasing flow, and her vocals were interesting. This album felt very fresh, even compared to other recent hip hop albums. Sometimes on hip hop albums, I feel like all of the beats blend together and aren't distinguished enough, but that was not a problem here; each song stood well on its own and offered something to distinguish it from other songs on the album. I also found the album straight to the point as there were no interludes to be found on this album; in this case, I think that made the album stronger.
oh, can little simz go fast or what! i think she's excellent, considering how fast she goes and how clear her rapping is! it was so cute to hear her british accent come through, too. those lyrics definitely pack a punch--she doesn't hold back! this album was definitely worth the second listen i gave before assigning a vote. "venom" demanded my attention during the first listen.
This was an interesting listen for me. The first time I wasn't sure if I quite liked it, but after a second time I dug it more! How talented is she?!?!
Not my bag, but she obvisouly has talent
-In "Offence" there is a bar that says "Got my team on deck taking out all pawns/And my knight got your queen in check, mate" which is a cool chess bar that *almost* makes sense -"Offence" also has a cool bass slide that's cool, and some solid fast flows -Oh, it's the "Venom" TikTok song. Also some great speedy bars in that song. Actually, the main part that is the TikTok sound is actually the least interesting part. The verses have great flow and rhymes, and the rap has a topic (not just rhyming random words and phrases) -"101 FM" is a bit too bri*ish for me" -Most tracks are like medium good, with "Offence" and "Venom" being solid. Not quite consistent enough for a 4, but one of the strongest hip hop albums I've heard in my opinion
GREY Area's brevity appears to be considered a strength in most reviewers. I'm ambivalent on the length: My copy of Stillness In Wonderland came as a double LP and I maintain it's an excellent record, with Simz's voice the standout factor. The followup is trimmer, slicker, and more varied in production: A wonderful vibes record, and meaty at that. But I still don't understand the superlatives. Granted, I listened to it for the first time in pretty bad conditions and found it boring. And it certainly isn't that.
Loved the loops and beats but parts felt sophomoric at times. Little Simz had a strong presences but the choruses didn’t feel raw in an artistic sense; they felt under produced, just not on the same level. Lyrically, the content dives into some heavy places. I was torn at how much I fully like the album and, ultimately, decided on another round.
I know self confidence is something to be encouraged, but Little Simz really does think she's the bee's knees. This is a decent hip hop album with cool instrumentation and some contemporary themes, but I'm not sure the stratospheric levels of self-adulation are fully justified. 3/5
British rapper. Interesting, funky, kinda old school.
Isn't exactly my style but it was a really good listen. Good beats and interesting instrumentation.
No denying her talent but this isn't really my kind of music. 3.5 stars
A grower and the beats are great.
Had some Tricky vibes in places. Not bad overall.
⭐⭐⭐ Hip hop não é muito a minha praia, mas o som dela não me incomoda. Tem algumas músicas bem interessantes até.
This is a pretty decent rap album.
Náði kannski ekki alveg að hlusta almennilega, en þetta var samt ferskt.
Highlights: Selfish Wounds Venom Sherbet Sunset Artwork: 4 / 10 Rating: 5,5 / 10
Not bad actually. Didn’t think I’d like it, but it was pretty decent and probably a grower.
Hip hop suave con buena voz y buenas melodías. Típico disco del género
Way out of my comfort zone. A couple of great tracks but mostly fluff.
Seems a little premature to have this as one of the 1001 greatest albums ever. Big simz is better
Just a basic rap album with basic beats. Nothing special.
Glad niet gek.
Ik vond dit best verfrissend en echt weer eens iets anders. Geen standaard rap. Zat best goed in elkaar allemaal.
Best aardig voor een rapalbum
Hit and miss for me, really enjoyed the more chilled side of the album.
I tried really hard to think the was amazing given what I read about it. In the end in was fine.
Nokkuð skemmtilegt, rapp, pop með attitude. Minnir stundum á cell7
Agréablement surpris. Un peu moins agrassif que les autres dans le genre. L’approche aux beats à la construction des tounes est différente et j’aime beaucoup ça.
probably better than I can tell, but it's not made for me
Not bad. Good beats. Nice vocals.
Wasn’t sure what to expect from this. Not a genre I frequent. Ended up listening to most of it twice, couple of tracks I really wasn’t into (2nd) but some I quite enjoyed. 3rd, 4th, 9th. Quite interesting Rhythm/beats, with mixture of instruments/sounds (strings etc) etc.
Great beats, possibly should have taken more notice of the explicit tag prior to popping it on in the living room. UKs answer to Coco Solid, with higher production values than her earlier stuff. Actually this selfish track almost could be coco. Sherbet sunset, sounds like the single. I enjoyed that, I give it a $6.99 bargain bib probability of ending up on the cd shelves. $10 if I’m feeling rich. Will let it play if Spotify replays, but maybe not if sharp eared kids are about
So it seems like with newer printings of the book, some versions include more additions than others. Mine only has one new album per year after 2017 (and barely more than that for the previous years in the 2010s) and doesn't include this particular album. It's frustrating evaluating albums without entries for them, because I have no idea what made the authors find these albums essential when listening to them in a vacuum. While I often find the entries laughable, appalling, or eye-rolling, it does provide a starting point or context for some of their choices. This is a fine album. Pleasant, acceptable, but pretty ordinary to my ear. I wouldn't mind hearing it again - and I want to give it a few more listens before I evaluate it on its own merits, but the nature of this project makes that difficult. I can't really sit with this album and let it marinate to see if it's a grower with deeper significance if I'm rushing off to the next album in 24 hours while also listening to all the music I would normally be listening to in that time span. At best, I can probably squeeze one more listen in to see if something jumps out at me. This project - this exercise - has really highlighted the bizarre publishing habits of the authors. I know there are localized versions for non-English speaking countries, are there two separate volumes printed, one for Americans and one for the British as well? Why do we have contemporaneous versions in the same language? Why include more updates in one than the other? It makes the whole thing feel like a mish-mash with little thought put into what is actually essential listening and more a localized marketing gimmick to sell books. The absurd choices and flippant reasoning had already lowered my overall opinion of the series, but my general enthusiasm has almost completely given way to frustration. I continue to stick this out because I'm stubborn (plus sunk cost fallacy) and I'm a huge music nerd, but I feel like my time would be better suited doing almost anything else.
Es gefiel mir besser als Kendrick, aber man darf keine halben Sterne vergeben.
I've never heard of Little Sim. All of the music was new to me. This album was not for me. Some okay rhythms, but the content of the lyrics makes this a definite "nope"
Ihan hauskoja bassoja ja efektejä, mut ei vaan mun musaa. Kiwanuka-featista plussaa.
Just... give me the music and cut out ALL the vocals.
Even for a shorter runtime this LP can't hold enough interest to be more than background music. Occasionally a memorable bar or beat will slip through, but Simz' doesn't put up nearly enough on the production or lyricism front to warrant a re-listen.
Ganz cool, aber klingt wie etwas, das Leute bei einem langweiligen Cocktail-Abend anmachen, damit sich keiner über die Musik beschweren kann
I didn't feel much of anything about this. Good or bad.
I'm not sure, but I'm not wild about most British rap (except the Streets!)
A bit of varation - but not a rap fan
she is SO BRITISH. M to the B
Znowu leje zamiast padac, bo kolejna nowozytna pozycja z roku 2k19, dodatkowo artystki ktora juz mialem okazje poznac na plycie ubieglego roku, Sometimes I Might Be Introvert ktora byla mocno hajpowana wsrod hip hopowych headow, jako cos swiezego w mainstreamie z kobiecego rapu, a lista jeszcze wylosowala dodatkowego od pani Little Simz, mianowicie jej szarna strefe, ktora brzmi jak demkowy epek przy tym co sluchalem wczesniej od tej pani, nie tylko przez dlugosc materialu, bo tylko 35 minut na 10 trakach, ale poza beatami ktore trzymaja rowny poziom przeskakujac od energentycznych bangerow w stylu venoma czy 101 FM po stonowane beaty oparte na klasycznych instrumentalach jak trumpetowy flowers ktory zamyka plyte czy klawiszowy selfish na ktorym robote robia backujace wokale, wiec o ile instrumentalna czesc jest mocnym plusem, tak flow jakie sprzedaje tutaj pani Simz jest jako takie w zaleznosci od traka, najlepiej slucha mi sie jej na szybszych bangierach, a chyba nie jestem w tym sam, bo te utwory maja zdecydowanie wiecej ripleji na spotifaju, od strony lirycznej to ciezko tutaj okreslic jednoznacznie czy jest to rap pisany przez artystke czy raczej popowy rap tworzony grupa w celu napisania tego czegos co bedzie dobrym tekstem, raczej druga opcja wchodzi tutaj bardziej w gre, zwlaszcza biorac pod uwage jak wyglada lista creditsow na tym i introwertykowym krazku, na plejke leci najbardziej osluchany utwor, wiec 101 FM, wiec kolejny krazek wyspiarskiej artystki zaliczony i to nawet podczas porzadkow codziennych na liscie, a nie spodziewalem sie, ze spotkam sie tutaj z jej nazwiskiem, zwlaszcza, ze dopiero slyszalem o niej po plycie z ubieglego roku, ktora z pewnoscia sie tutaj znajdzie, jesli lista bedzie w najblizszej przyszlosci aktualizowana
2 rap albums in a row. This was slightly better and improved on 2nd loop but still not good
Not for me, but only 35 minuets so no harm in giving it a shot.
I have no complaints against this album. She's clearly talented just not something I'll be listening to again really.
Very hyped.. but rap and hip hop rarely speaks to me. This one is not an exception. Some groovy drum ‘n bass here and there, but that is it
I didn't know this artist but it's not the kind of music I like.
Musically, I quite liked it. Vocally, boring and a bit meh!
Inte lika dåligt som det förra som var här, men fortfarande inte bra..
Thanks, I hate it.
Ummmm Couldn't make it through..
Don't know this. Don't like this. Don't care about this. For me this whole project is about listening to groundbreaking or influential albums or even masterpieces that have shaped their respective styles. So why bother us with a random dime-a-dozen modern rap album?
It's not very often I want to stretch my scrotum so far that it tears, but after enduring eight minutes of this record, I had to do just that. Now it's really baggy and a bit of an eyesore. How am I ever going to seduce Jessica from my yoga class now?
I don't need to hear any more rap before I die, thanks. Despite the general lack of misogyny (which is not surprising from a female) I continue to be offended by the casual racism.