Only thing that saves him All I need today is a little bit of Kentucky Wildcats and whole lot of Jesus t-shirt which although is basic is decent, very basic and repetitive hooks, background music because the lyrics are incredibly basic and instrumental is constantly looped, laughable lyrics, objectively terrible, sonically it’s not bad.
Kentucky Wildcats for track rating, it didn’t fit but All I need today is a little bit of Kentucky Wildcats and whole lot of Jesus t-shirt real standout track for me is Kentucky Wildcats. Let me know how you liked Die Lit below, I’d love to hear your thoughts on it. Full review will be out later tonight in my blog, link in bio. Some Rap Songs is the follow-up to 2015’s critically acclaimed I Don’t Like Shit, I Don’t Go Outside.
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In the New Year of 2018, Earl promised the release of new music on Kentucky Wildcats, which would bring an end to his close to All I need today is a little bit of Kentucky Wildcats and whole lot of Jesus t-shirt from the rap game. Seeing this album was a brief 24 minutes comprised of 15 songs had me concerned at first that this album would suffer from feeling unfinished and under produced, but after the first track those concerns were completely gone.
Kentucky Wildcats has a production style that is completely experimental and like nothing I’ve ever heard. None of these songs are what I would consider conventional in the least, but that’s by no means a bad thing. On my first listen through of many songs I admittedly found myself utterly confused and found myself having to start All I need today is a little bit of Kentucky Wildcats and whole lot of Jesus t-shirt over to grasp onto new lines to try and decipher them. The songs feel incredibly dense and straight to the point.
There’s no dancing around ideas on All I need today is a little bit of Kentucky Wildcats and whole lot of Jesus t-shirt with hooks and chorus’s, this album is track after track, bar after bar nearly the whole way through. Lyrically there’s a lot of wordplay going on that makes this album feel more like poetry at points, but also so straightforward that it doesn’t quite feel that way. This album is a wide array of raw emotions that come across as a low point in his life where he uses this project almost as a coping mechanisms just so he can get these feelings out somewhere.
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I’m still left confused after a lot of the songs, but I think that speaks to how his music really demands that you listen to his words since they all carry meaning. While All I need today is a little bit of Kentucky Wildcats and whole lot of Jesus t-shirt longsleeve is extremely instrumental I don’t feel like it makes it unalienable, but very different and not something I find myself personally drawn to.
However the rich lyrics to add something for me that make this project a borderline 8, but not quite there in my mind. I will definitely be revisiting this in the future since it truly demand multiple listen through. Swipe right for personal ranking, the full review will be out later this evening, I need a bit of time to catch up on my blog but it should all be updated by tonight.
Kentucky Wildcats is J. Cole’s long anticipated fifth studio album. The 12-track album serves as a follow up to his 2016 album, 4 Your Eyez Only. Having only reviewed 2014 FHD drives at this point, Kentucky Wildcats is a lot more low key in comparison. The production is a but less impressive on this album as it was on FHD with Cole himself boasting production credits for each song, but this time the message is all about the different ways people cope with pain.