757 represent - Timbaland is easily in the GOAT conversation for production. The whole album is funky and soulful af, and so deep and rich. I could probably listen 10 times in a row and hear new elements. I really can't believe this was '97 - it feels way ahead of its time.
This album is really a trip to listen to in 2021. It's all about the vibe, above all else. The standard formula is Missy's smooth vocalizing setting the scene of a blunt smoke-filled room in late 90's NYC, followed by a guest emcee coming in to lay down the raps. It is maybe a tad repetitive, but it makes for an excellent chill album that's easy to listen to.
Another classic album in one of my favourite genres. Very much of its time, but Missy is one of the best and it was great listening to all her early stuff again. A couple of the tunes on the 2nd half of the album dragged a bit but on the whole it was great fun to listen to.
I don’t know if it’s the slower pace, the beats, or the samples used, but this is undeniably 90s and that it comfortingly familiar even when I have never heard any track beyond The Rain. Is this the best hip hop album? No. Would I put this on while I get shit done. Absolutely. I hover between 3 and 4 but I think pure nostalgia bumps this up to 4.
A hip hop album with strong R&B influences. I'm sure this album was a major impact on encouraging female artists into the industry. The main appeal is the fantastic production by Timbaland which gives it a very futuristic funky sound to lots of the tracks (you should just see the videos), from space sound effects to robotic drones. Out of this world beats consistently throughout. That being said, despite her sexy voice, I don't think Missy is a great rapper, and for most of the second side, I was just curious what Timbaland was going to try to do.
Wanna like this more than I do. Some of the beats are really eccentric and I like that but it just doesn't completely gel for me. I think it's the combination of the more r&b sung elements that throw me off. Favorite track is "Izzy Izzy ahh" where she's doing this kinda laid back ODB thing. I like it when she gets more nonsensical and playful like that.
Fantastic beats from Timbaland, and some bomb features as well. It is unfortunate that I find Missy Elliot herself to be so dreadfully boring. I genuinely do not get her hype someone please explain it to me.
I love Missy E, but this one is a miss. Too many Timbaland ad libs and iffy features. Best track: Hit 'Em wit da Hee
This is Missy's first album and it feels like a freshman attempt. It's a bit jumbled and weak, missing that weird snap that makes a Missy joint so recognizable. It's far more generic R&B than hip-hop but the unique spark that makes Missy the queen is there, just barely visible, buried in the sand. I'm glad she dug it out for further albums. Sadly, there's not enough here to save this first one.
I'd rather take a cheese grater to my eardrums than listen to this again.
I have to be honest, I had to just skim through this album because I really did not like it. Now I need to go cleanse the palate with some King Crimson or something. Favorite Track(s): “Friendly Skies”
This was a big barrel of wank. That’s my review.
Moronic, low brow and pretty obnoxious in parts. Propped up by a host of thoroughly skanky guests.
Supa Dupa Good xD
Early Timbaland and Missy. Some of the greats.
More Missy, yes please
so good! so many killer features and production is on point on every single track!
this is a great album! Missy is so cool and I absolutely love seeing this on the list
Missy is a queen. Point blank, period.
They don’t wanna fuck w me!!
Always a pleasure.
Just a transcendent hip-hop record that still feels groundbreaking 25 years later.
This was great! Loved her voice.
Another incredible debut
6/24 Bomb Timbaland production over Missy's fly singing and rapping, classic. Standout Track: Hit Em wit da Hee, The Rain (Supa Dupa Fly), They Don't Wanna Fuck wit Me, Bite Our Style Interlude, Izzy Izzy Ahh, Gettaway
Missy is wonderful, r&b leads the front of this album and rap leads the back half, great vibe
I was not anticipating to like this album as much as I did. Timbaland has such great producing chops. Only song I didn't like was that Genuwine song
Skelsættende album for kvindelig rap og r&b, chill vibe, fed Timbaland-produktion
Man glömmer lätt att detta släpptes på 90-talet och att varken Missy eller Timbaland hade gjort särskilt mycket innan detta. De satte ett sound som lever kvar än och det förtjänar sina stjärnor i betyg.
Great album. Lots of fantastic hip hop with a smooth serving of R&B to top it off. Easy 4 stars.
Missy Elliott is a goddamn national treasure and you can’t tell me otherwise. This album slaps, it was recorded in 1997 but sounds like it’s from 2007. Had no idea Timbaland produced.
Takes a while to get rolling. Missy is a mediocre rapper at best, but it's about the big picture here. Great beats from Timbaland. Never knew that line in "Work It" was a callback to "Izzy."
Enjoyed this one
Wow 90's rap is dope!
Only one fantastic song but the whole album is pretty good
Missy Elliott in this sounds like a girl you over here at Denny’s at 1am on a drunken Saturday night and love the story she is telling. I like it
Love coming back to this one. It's a classic, but not my fav Missy album.
Great songwriting and performance by Missy, undercut by Top-Tier Timbaland Production
Top notch. A bit too RnB for me but the more times I listened, the more I enjoyed it. Great beats and great colabs and fair play to Missy for breaking into a male dominated industry with so much confidence, attitude and talent. Has no doubt paved the way for many other women
Never listened to this before but I really liked it. I was nostalgic anyway
It might be my 90s nostalgia talking, but I liked this one.
Missy earns her spot in the halls of great rappers and proves that there isn't a gender issue. This 90's touched R&B hip-hop record is solid and easy listening.
This album is fast and daring
I have never heard a hip hop album before, because it's not my style actually, I'm not a hip hop fan, but this album, it's really good, I love her voice, the lyrics are quite good. Good album
this is exciting. i've liked her features in songs and i know her hits obviously but i don't know how an entire album of her will go, tons of features i see. first second of music and i'm into it lol. on the second song. take a shot every time someone rhymes missy and pissy. song sounds great though. i'm about halfway through now, i love the vocal layering. okay i'm done. my fave songs were friendly skies, best friends. a really nice listen.
missy/timbaland production set trends for the next decade
This was great.
Really tasty beats, good songs. Feel like it doesn't quite capture the quintessential Missy Elliot we would hear later on.
At the time; it was a refreshing hip hop album.
"Supa Dupa Fly" is the sound of a big step forward for the genre: I was struck by the feeling that in 1997, Missy Elliott developed a brand of hip-hop and R&B still celebrated and explored by women artists in the current scene. Themes of feminism, sex-positivity, body confidence and solidarity between women help to make the album a fresh and engaging listen, although the songs themselves weren't always up to scratch. The first half jumps out immediately, a result of all four singles being placed together at the very start. This isn't to say it's the best material, but it's certainly the most immediate, the most demanding of attention. I enjoyed Elliott's vocals across all of these tracks, as well as the scratchy bass hook in "Hit 'Em Wit da Hee", the brass sample and chorus of "Sock it 2 Me" and the soulful groove of "The Rain". In the second half (appropriately, from "Pass da Blunt" onwards) it all becomes hazier, mellow, more subtle- on first couple of listens, this is where my interest began to wane. Sensual slow jam "Friendly Skies" and the cool detachment of "Why You Hurt Me" both strike good tones but are overlong. "I'm Talking" is another weak link- there are surely stronger, smarter hooks she could have used than "my style of rapping/I'm such a good rapper." But "Izzy Izzy Ahh" and "Gettaway" are good fun and help prop up a weaker second half. A strong array of guest stars (Lil' Kim with a James Joyce reference, Da Brat with a lightning-speed rap, Ann Peebles via sample) add different perspectives to the music and all give distinct voices. And finally, Timbaland's production is bold and innovative throughout, with a lot of layers that are fun to unpack. As well as the sampling and rhythms, some of my favourite arrangements pushed beatboxing (the final minute of "Pass da Joint", the vocal percussion in "They Don't Wanna Fuck Wit Me", and the accompaniment to "Gettaway"). This just scrapes 4* and would have been stronger still if a couple of tracks were shaved off towards the end: it starts brilliantly and Missy Elliott's vocals made a great combination with the guest stars and Timbaland's production.
The thing I love the most about Missy Elliott is that she's all in on her music career. Seemingly every other star who achieved success in her genre has at least tried to pivot into acting. But not Missy Elliott. She may eventually become the Joni Mitchell of rap and hip hop before all is said and done. Hell, she probably already is! I hear some Lauryn Hill here, along with some Prince and maybe even some Nenah Cherry. Overall, I found this to be a delight.
Not that much a rap album, especially compared to her other work, but great production and great rhymes by the legend
Supa Dupa Fly has an accurate title for this album as it does hum and flow smoothly, though not too in your face like the insect. The four singles are bops, with Sock It 2 Me and The Rain being my preferences out of them. The album cuts are mostly great too, with Best Friends being my favourite. Missy Elliott's vocals is smooth, playful and her rapping skills flows so well. Sets a nice chill vibe overall. The featured are great too (though didn't enjoy the intro and outro from Busta Rhymes). Timbaland's production and beats are fantastic here too, making them really enjoyable. Cut a couple of tracks off for b sides or for another album and it would be perfect.
Awesome album, Timbaland's crisp beats make this an absolute banger. Hip-hop at its finest
A classic. I really got in to Missy Elliot the year I was in Nepal.
Loved this album, super refreshing, smooth sound
The baddest bitch of the century hitting hard like penitentiary dick. I can only assume that's pretty fucking hard as sadly I have no first hand experience of penitentiary dick.
really enjoyed it, surprisingly. I was mostly passively listening, but didn't get bored and any time I really tuned in it was all good. 4/5
Missy, you are indeed supa dupa fly, Hip hop albums don't always age well, but this one is still damn fine after all these years. If I was going to edit, I would cut the skits and guest spots (I mean, why did we need Busta Rhymes to introduce the album? No offense to Mr Rhymes). Missy's flow is on point, and pairs wonderfully with the consistently funky fresh production from Timbaland. Great choice to keep a consistent vision across the whole album, although tracks maintain their individual identity. Love the singles (obviously), but this one is a great listen throughout.
first listen cool and groovy, timbaland beats are timeless
Beep beep.... Missy Elliott's debut album is a perfect introduction for those who want to dig into why she remains a influential figure in pop, R&B and hip-hop nearly twenty-five years on. Apart from the Busta Rhymes stuff and the spoken word outro, almost every song here is a banger from the hits to the deep cuts. An essential listen all around. Favorites: Hit 'Em With da Hee, Sock It 2 Me, The Rain (Supa Dupa Fly), Beep Me 911, Pass da Blunt, Best Friends, Don't Be Comin' (In My Face), Why You Hurt Me, I'm Talkin'.
Nice to hear a female voice in hip-hop. Occasionally discordant and a little too long, but I liked it, especially the first track.
some good stuff on here - plenty of strong attitude and some slick samples
Missy Elliott can do no wrong.
Good.... but a little too much timberland on this one. His name was mentioned in practically every song.
Missy Elliott is iconic but no real standouts to me other than "The Rain."
Not really a fan of missy but those timberland beats as smooth as hell
Just Supa Fly but go Missy
Not my thing. Why are there so many songs "feat." someone?
A bit boring. And maybe too cool for me. Also seems a bit childish. "Beep beep get in the jeep" and "I'm such a good rapper". Although I recognise the impact and influence this album has had on popular music
Lekker muzikale beats, fijne samples van bijv. trompet tussendoor (Sock it 2 me). Tekst lekker generiek cool doen, maar soms ook gevoeligere nummers (Best Friends). Overall vooral muzikaal een aantrekkelijk album, de teksten kan ik niet echt relaten. Ondanks dope beats meer achtergrond muziek voor mij.
90s albums please be shorter I'm begging you
Really not my kind of music. It was catchy but I couldn't wait for it to be over.
It's nice to have some variety, as I'm not the biggest fan of 90's Hip Hop. I didn't dislike the album as much as I expected to. I found a lot of the instrumental choices very interesting, and it made for a good listen.
Ok hip hop
A good album that brought the unique sound of Missy Elliot to the masses(and brought the amazing production of Timbaland). This is a great intro to both their sounds and has some great hits too("hit em with the hee", "sock it 2 me") really good debut album.
Loved hearing timbalands beats from back in the day, there were some bangers but overall not a huge fan.
Supa Dupa Fly is the debut studio album by American rapper Missy "Misdemeanor" Elliott, released July 15, 1997 on The Goldmind and Elektra Records. The album was recorded and produced solely by Timbaland in October 1996, and features the singles, "The Rain (Supa Dupa Fly)", "Sock It 2 Me", "Hit Em wit da Hee" and "Beep Me 911". Guest appearances on the album include Busta Rhymes, Ginuwine, 702, Magoo, Da Brat, Lil' Kim, and Aaliyah. The album was recorded in just two weeks. Supa Dupa Fly brings together elements of hip hop, dance, R&B, electronic music, and soul. Music critic Garry Mulholland described Timbaland's production as "eschewing samples for a bump 'n' grind electronica, strongly influenced by the digital rhythms of dancehall reggae, but rounder, fuller, fatter". AllMusic described it as consisting of “lean, digital grooves [...] packed with unpredictable arrangements and stuttering rhythms that often resemble slowed-down drum'n'bass breakbeats." Elliott's raps were described as “full of hilariously surreal free associations that fit the off-kilter sensibility of the music to a tee.” According to author Mickey Hess, the album's lyrical content "reveals Elliott's complex, creative, and challenging discussion about womanhood; her demand for respect, respect for her personal voice and her desire for fulfilling intimacy with lovers and friends". The album's opening track, "Busta's Intro", features rapper Busta Rhymes as a town crier warning of a "historical event about to unfold". "The Rain (Supa Dupa Fly)" contains a sample of Ann Peebles' 1973 song "I Can't Stand the Rain". "Pass da Blunt" is partly based on the song "Pass the Dutchie" by Musical Youth.
I appreciated that this was good music, was a good uplifting vibe for me after bank hol Tues. But wasn't wholly my thing - hard to know how to rate.
Its was aight, I have never been all the way through a Missy Album, same problem as most rappers, they sticking to the same 5 subjects.
No me ha entusiasmado. Pero se escucha sin darse uno cuenta. Bastante tranquilo. Me ha recordado al The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill. Lo volveré a escuchar.
Rap clàssic. Bé.
Mit Don't Be Comin' In My Face direkt mal die Antwort auf z.B. Biggies Blowjob-Skit geliefert, Izzy Izzy Ahh so. Überhaupt Sex: natürlich auch hier wichtiges Ding, mit umgedrehter Macker-Perspektive (Sock It To Me). Warum eigentlich immer Macker-Perspektiven/Posen? Kann ich als Whitie White Kartoffel vom Dorf eh nicht beantworten und freue mich, dass ich mein Sexleben mal schön selbst verhandle, alles kann nichts muss. Punkte jedenfalls für's selbst in die Hand nehmen, Missy. Ansonsten: ganz gut, reißt mich aber auf voller Länge nicht weit vom Hocker; wird nach hinten raus bisschen schwächer, und gerade am Booty mag man's doch tight.
Never really been into Missy Elliott but I totally get that being a female rapper in the 90s was massively pioneering and, as a result, my score is largely on that basis. I like the Timbaland production but just don't find the album as a whole massively exciting. No bangers either. 6/10
Enjoyed this. Gave it a couple of listens. Ridic production levels.
Good but not my jam.
Another Missy Elliott. Not much to add to my comments on the 1st Missy E album we had.
- feminism - makes me move
WHAT CAN’T MISSY DO? 💯
No need for it to be an hour long and 17 songs long. Appreciate what she did for R&B and especially for female rappers but wouldn't listen to it as anything more than background music on my GTA radio. Was between a 2 and a 3 for me but I'll give it a 3 because I like the vibe.
No suelo escuchar hip hop pero me ha gustado.
It was ok
Good but Missy has better albums
Find early Missy a bit dull. And most of her albums. Some songs are good though
This album is more soulful and laid back than some of her other ones. I didn't immediately get into it, but I see how influential it was/is.
Classic Timbaland beatz and some surprising fresh rhymes and content from Missy that have really aged well. Part of her appeal is that she's not a pop star and doesn't need to go the Nicki Minaj/Cardi B route, so there's a lot more attention and emphasis on the music vs. the packaging.
Beats, vocals, production are solid. Uncertain if essential though.
Standard 90s Hip-hop to me. It's not bad but just sort of there, doesn't do much that other things haven't. Very radio friendly sound to me.
Hit and Missy
There some decent stuff in here - definitely of a time but it really drags after a while - could have done with some quality control and stripping back the number of tracks
Not really my favorite offering from Missy Elliott, but not bad considering this was earlier in her career. I really liked the beats, but the lyrics...could have been better.
Busta rhymes doesn't actually bust any rhymes in that intro contrary to popular belief it's weird but through albums in this time period I can really see where Sonic Adventures Battle 2 DX got it's soundtrack, especially the Knuckles and Rouges sections. This just sounds like the Rouge levels but with lyrics Does sound a bit like Persona 4's style of music It was alright, sort of generic, but didn't hate it, probs a 3 star
A Lot of shout outs to timbaland and rightly so since the beats and production do shine. Otherwise less firepower than some of missys later stuff I’m more familiar with but I appreciate her range from dropping bars to soul/reggae. Solid features with lol Kim, Busta, Aliyah Sock it to me, the rain, pass da blunt
The 90's were my early parenting years so missed a lot of interesting stuff including Rap and R & B, but being on oldish child of the seventies (18 in'77) I would have probably erred toward Britpop rather than American music at this time. But what does Missy bring to the party here, well I like "Hit em wit da hee" with Lil' Kim. The Rain (Supa Dupa Fly) is a good reworking of I can't stand the rain but my favourite track is "Pas de Blunt" who'd of thought those young lads from Birmingham UK would be so influential! An interesting exploration with some super production values from Timbaland
Cool collabs and woman-led hip hop but just didn't connect with me.
Pretty good, but not four stars.
Supa dupa fye
Niet helemaal mijn ding maar wel oké
I liked the first half of the album, then it sort of dropped. My favourite track from the album is Hit 'Em Wit Da Hee (ft. Lil Kim).
6/10 this had a nice vibe but it was like it couldn’t help but fade into the backgrohnd
Not a rap guy. This is fine. Nothing amazing, nothing terrible.
Loved some tracks but others didn’t do it for me. Love Timbaland though
Some real catchy stuff at times in there. Other parts were less engaging -- kind of sounded to me like too many other things -- but overall, this album took me in with some really nice beats, and I do like her voice and the way she uses it.
Ok. Good production. Meh lyrics
Fun album. Nostalgic hip hop.
The beginning of Missy, more R&B than I expected to be. Not very memorable, but ok
Liked the music; a little funky. The lyrics were forgettable.
Flawless production. Not entirely my thing (as much as her later albums would be) but still worth it.
A very nice 90s hip-hop album with Timbaland as a producer. Beats and rendition of Missy Elliott were great! However, it joins me less emotionally and I don't think I will listen to it again in my life.
Nothing mindblowing, but I understand why it became an important piece of the cultural landscape in hip hop. I'm glad I heard it, but I doubt I'll ever return to it.
-Some good beats and great vibes -Kinda wish it were a bit shorter -Album feels a bit front-loaded with the best songs
I know Missy moreso from her early 2000's hits than anything, but this album has been on my radar for a while, after seeing it listed in Harvard's Hip-Hop Archive (sidenote, I hope they earn more to update it soon). It's not bad, but it does get a little samey. It could have been a lot better at a brisk 45 minutes, but still earns points for that crisp Timbaland sound. He'll always be relevant IMO C
Pretty enjoyable funky, smooth hip hop with crisp production. Not entirely my thing but I can chill to it. The beat and jazzy chords in Beep Me 911 are awesome. But why the fuck is this an hour long?
Never listened to this before, other than hearing the singles when they were popular. Pretty good overall. I like Missy Elliott's voice and production skills, but a lot of this album isn't as memorable as tracks she released later in her career. Some good guests like Busta and Aaliyah, but Timbaland is an immediate detractor from any track he appears on.
I liked this more than I expected. Still not super my thing though
I'd never heard this and I was glad it's Timbaland on production, he was starting to hit his stride here. Loads of good tracks
First listen: pretty much only like Beep Me 911.
Hip-hop. Ni fu ni fa.
Legalzinho mas não muito empolgante
I liked this much better than 'Under Construction'. I don't think it's right that Missy Elliot has two albums in the 1001 albums you 'must hear' before you die though.
Il n’y a pas un album de Missy que j’aime dans son ensemble. Il y a des pièces super fortes sur différents albums, donc mon écoute tiens toujours compte de l’ensemble de l’œuvre dans son cas. Sur ce premier album, on tire beaucoup plus vers le R&B que j’apprivoise encore graduellement. C’est le côté Hip Hop qui me plait chez Missy, donc cet album me parle moins que Under Construction ou So Addictive. Il est aussi un peu long. Par contre son audace et son humour sont présent. Les beats des pièces Hit ´Em wit da Hee, Sock It 2 Me, The Rain et Pass da Blunt sont contagieux. Donc album à avoir écouté oui, mais ce n’est pas mon premier choix quand j’ai envie d’écouter du Missy. J’ajoute une étoile pour l’importance de cette artiste dans ce genre dominé par les hommes. Pièces préférées: Sock It 2 Me, The Rain et Pass da Blunt
Seriously, another missy Elliott album? The author of this book really did just fill gaps wherever hey. This just went on and on and on without end, yet another nameless rap album from the late 90s when it lost all character and started to sound like generic mass produced crap. This is the rap equivalent of poison or nelson. 2/5.
No thank you
Kind of ok throughout. Some good beats and bass lines bit nothing great
Ei ihan samaa tasoa aiemmin listalla olleen Missy Elliottin levyn kanssa. En jaksanut keskittyä kunnolla eikä biisit olleet erityisen tarttuvia.
Not for me
I wanted to like this more because of VA but it's kind of boring and too R&B-y for my taste. The frenetic, energetic Missy Elliot that would come a few years later is more my style.
Sorta sleepy and chill, was a good listen, even if the music didn't grab me (sorry, Missy!). Busta real agro in the intro and outro, does not go with the vibe of the record.
I wish I liked this a lot more than I did. I liked the intro with busta in it, but past that the album was mostly downhill from there
Genre de hiphip rnb. J’ai ecoute mieux comme rap, mais je n’ai pas porter attention a lalbum... 2.75
Had this at a 4/10 rating thirty minutes in halfway through, until I saw red upon realizing I was halfway through thirty minutes in! Snoozefest full of weak bars except for Lil Kim's past- left-field Finnegan's Wake reference, which I missed because I was catching Z's. Inexplicably in the top 100 of Rolling Stone's 2020-edition Top 500 Albums list, above and below some astronomically superior works. 3/10
Rhythm was great
Klasse, wie fresh alles tönt. Super Auswahl an Samples, gekonntes Casting an Co-Artists, warm groovende Bässe und anders als bei den Männern, sind die backing vocalists kein Schmuck sondern vollständiger Bestandteil. But: I really don’t care Sauber aneinander vorbeige-timba-lebte 2.4
V well produced, and great rapping. But I didn’t enjoy it. Probably hurt by Slim Shady LP the day before
Some solid songs but a lot of filler
Good album for what it is. Not a genre I really like.
Cool to see some R&B thrown in the mix as a bit of a change. 'Sock It 2 Me' was the stand out track for me on this one, there were a few good slow jams. I did find a few tracks a bit repetitive. I was reading up a bit more about this album - sounds like it was quite influential on the huge success of Beyonce, Alicia Keys, Rihanna etc in the 2000s which I thought was interesting. Would we be free to experience the auditory excellence of WAP nearly a quarter of a century later, if this album hadn't existed? Lots to think about. Would probably go for a 2.5 if I could
solid album but not many standouts, easy listening though
Not my cup of tea, but I can appreciate the collection and collaboration.
Not my bag
had hoped for a bit more
Not a fan.
In 2020, the album was ranked 93 on Rolling Stone's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.
Hard to contextualize this one. Progressive female rapper from the 90's. Groovy jams. Trouble is I can't remember if this was breaking new ground or just sounding like what else was out there at the time.
Not for me.
Just not very interesting to me. Kinda boring. Lyrically doesn't seem like she has much to say that's interesting. Musically it feels more R&B and electronic influenced than most rap I've heard. I think I prefer more aggressive/transgressive hip-hop but I'm not much of a hip-hop fan so that's also part of it. Also, this album is too long. Clearly from the CD era.
this wasnt as supa dupa fly, what a scam!
This album is very disappointing. I do not understand what is so worthy of hearing. There really aren’t any memorable hooks. Missy’s vocals are way too laid back to be interesting. It almost sounds at times as if she’s disinterested. There’s just not a lot to work with here.
I just want it to be over. I never loved this era in pop hip hop.
No bangers for me
4/10. Some fun samples, but in general felt like it lacked energy, and parts got a bit annoying.
RnB, Hip-hop en Rap zijn niet mijn favoriete muziekstijlen. Dit album heeft wel wat leuke melodie-lijnen, maar in het algemeen kan het "gesproken woord" mij niet bekoren. **
Not my style but I can see why people like it.
A bit boring
Not my cup of tea
supa dupa meh.
Another week, another overlong hip hop album with too many songs and skits. Is there any point in the making of these albums where someone pipes up that maybe 17 songs is too many and 10 or 12 is more than enough. Some good stuff, a lot of average, the Busta Rhymes intros/outros are embarrassingly bad as is 'Missy's Finale', where she thanks the people who worked on the album. Same time next week?
Not really my cup of tea. I liked the odd tune here or there but otherwise it was a bit of a trek...
The production is great even if it gets a little familiar at times. This definitely has that signature Timbaland feel - weird mouth noises, cool funky shit, an ambivalent mix of hip hop and R&B, all in a super snappy mix. Surprising to me is how Missy is a little, idk, disappointing. I’m having a tough time finding intrigue, lyrically. It’s hard to critique because I’m sure this was pretty forward-thinking at the time, but this feels pretty tame and kinda falls flat now. Like, this is definitely misdemeanor-level shit, when I expected some felonies. She’s def got a cool style, she just doesn’t whomp me like I thought she would, especially given all the time she has. Fortunately, the features help out in this department. I’m definitely curious to hear more, but idk if I’d necessarily recommend this one. 2/5
I wasn't feeling it as much as the first Missy Elliott album I had not too long ago. Just chill background music, lacking the energy and catchiness of "Under Construction".
I like the beats on the album, less crazy about the vocals. For whatever reason I never developed an appreciation for that 90s R&B and rap sound.
Hyviä biittejä. That’s about it.
Just. Olikohan ekoi nais MC:tä kun tällaisella levyllä päässyt listoille. Ei lähtenyt lentoon, ei sitten ollenkaan...
I'm not into hip hop so was considering skipping it. I listened to a little bit but it was a bit of a drag. Not for me!
Understanding it’s from 1997, it still sounds unfinished and flat in many spots. I expected more.
Такой скучный, не дослушал
Take it or leave it
no me gusta el hip hop...
En ymmärrä kuka tällaista kuuntelee, laiskaa menoa, feattaajien selkääntaputtelua eikä mitään tarttuvaa. Eikä tätä oikein voi edes pelkästään ulkonäölläkään myydä.
Not for me. RnB shit. Was it maybe once groundbreaking? Probably not. Better collab albums
I listened to the intro and then to half each of the first three songs. Definitely can't take more than that though. This is just incredibly atrocious. I will admit that the instrumentation seems quite smart and varied. But that aside, this album could hardly be further away from what I enjoy in music.
Not for me.
Meh, not horrible but nothing that held my interest.
YAASSS SLAYYY QUEEN. a girlboss ICON. she rlly ATE. sheeeeit y'all. PLS the way this album is literally sooo fierce and stunning and brave and empowering byeeeee i-
Fuck off with this. Wasn't interested then and I'm not interested now.
boring monotonous weed themed background noise. the sound of waiting in California traffic in the sweltering heat for like 3 hours
Basic hip-hop album from the 90's. I really dont get the hype arround it...
why are all the rap albums so long
Every time this list offers a hip hop album, it’s wasting both our time. Sorry.
Kogo jak kogo, ale od tej pani drugiego picka sie nie spodziewalem a jednak, kolejny raz Missy Elliott, tym razem z swoim debiutanckim supa dupa fly, album jest tak podobny do tego co slyszalem na konstrukcyjnym krazku, ze nawet nie chce mi sie znowu pisac o tym jak dobra robote zrobil pan Timberland na produkcji, mieszajac funkowe sample z elektronicznym brzmieniem, do tego polowa trakow zawiera jakies ficzury, wiec dobra promka dla mlodej artystki, jesli nazwisko producenta nie jest wystarczajace, lirycznie rowniez nic sie nie zmienilo, gangsta rap w wydaniu zenskim, dziwnie sie slucha gdy ktos rapuje o jebaniu, ale z pozycji bycia jebanym, no chyba ze pani missy jest az tak gangsta, ze to ona jest ruchaczem, ale kto wie, wiec lirycznie sodoma i gomora po gangsterku, kombinacja niesluchalna, milym akcentem byl pan busta rhymes na openingowym i endingowym traku, nadaje to poczuje jakiejs kompozycji, ale poza produkcja jest to jedyny pozytywny aspekt tych 60 minut, na plejke dodam pass da blunt, zeby nie zapomniec o tym duecie, ktory zawojowal nisze damskiego rapu lat 90, bo supa dupa fly z pewnoscia jest zaliczana do topki plyt z 97, biorac pod uwage mainsteamowy rap
Bof J’ai aimé mieux celui-là que Under Construction, mais la prod sonne cheap par bout. En tous cas, elle est très contente de faire affaires avec Timbaland, tel que mentionné dans toutes les tounes où il apparait.
Personally its not an album that really gets to me. Nothing off putting about it and not bad though. "Pass da Blunt" grooves the way I like though.