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REVIEW: Vince Staples - Hell Can Wait EPAfter the discreet success of “Shyne Coldchain 2”, Vince Staples comes back with a new EP called “Hell Can Wait”This EP opens up with “Fire” that starts off with booming basses combined with a rock production, on which Vince says people uses religion as an excuse, one way or another we’re all going to hell one day.Following the intro, “65 Hunnid” is a nice take on his gangsta life and his hot block. “Screen Door” finds Vince recalling his childhood, when he already wanted to be a gangsta like his father’s friends. Money has always been the motive.“Hands Up” is one of the best tracks on the album. Vince spits bars attacking US Police about their bad behavior with minorities, especially with African-American people. All this on a great rumbling beat produced by No I.D..“Blue Suede” is inspired by the famous Jordan III shoes and the Crips gang. Vince hopes to keep living to avoid the red roses (red is the color of Bloods gang, Crips rivals) on his grave.Staples gives some space to the love subject on “Limos” with Teyana Taylor and ends the EP with “Feelin The Love”, where he talks about his gangsta life, money and “bitches”.This EP confirms Vince’s huge potential; he always delivers great lyrics on awesome production.Rating 70/100

REVIEW: Vince Staples - Hell Can Wait EP

After the discreet success of “Shyne Coldchain 2”, Vince Staples comes back with a new EP called “Hell Can Wait”
This EP opens up with “Fire” that starts off with booming basses combined with a rock production, on which Vince says people uses religion as an excuse, one way or another we’re all going to hell one day.
Following the intro, “65 Hunnid” is a nice take on his gangsta life and his hot block. “Screen Door” finds Vince recalling his childhood, when he already wanted to be a gangsta like his father’s friends. Money has always been the motive.
“Hands Up” is one of the best tracks on the album. Vince spits bars attacking US Police about their bad behavior with minorities, especially with African-American people. All this on a great rumbling beat produced by No I.D..
“Blue Suede” is inspired by the famous Jordan III shoes and the Crips gang. Vince hopes to keep living to avoid the red roses (red is the color of Bloods gang, Crips rivals) on his grave.
Staples gives some space to the love subject on “Limos” with Teyana Taylor and ends the EP with “Feelin The Love”, where he talks about his gangsta life, money and “bitches”.
This EP confirms Vince’s huge potential; he always delivers great lyrics on awesome production.
Rating 70/100

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[Tracklisting] Iggy Azalea - Reclassified1. “We in This Bitch” *2. “Work”3. “Change Your Life”5. “Beg for It” (feat. Mø) *5. “Black Widow” (feat. Rita Ora)6. “Trouble” (feat. Jennifer Hudson) *7. “Dont Need Y’all”8. “Rolex”9. “Iggy SZN” *10. “Fancy” (feat. Charli XCX)11. “Heavy Crown” (feat. Ellie Goulding) *12. “Bounce”* New tracks

[Tracklisting] Iggy Azalea - Reclassified

1. “We in This Bitch” *
2. “Work”
3. “Change Your Life”
5. “Beg for It” (feat. Mø) *
5. “Black Widow” (feat. Rita Ora)
6. “Trouble” (feat. Jennifer Hudson) *
7. “Dont Need Y’all”
8. “Rolex”
9. “Iggy SZN” *
10. “Fancy” (feat. Charli XCX)
11. “Heavy Crown” (feat. Ellie Goulding) *
12. “Bounce”

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Review: The Game - Year of the Wolf
Before putting out the sequel to his first album “The Documentary”, The Game releases “Year Of The Wolf”, a compilation album with his new label Blood Money Entertainment.
This project features many big artists like T.I., Lil Wayne and Chris Brown as well as his new label-mates DUBB and Skeme but in a way fails to impress.
The album starts pretty nicely: we already heard “Bigger Than Me” where a super-mad Game spits bars of hatred on the current hip-hop era. Following the intro, “F.U.N” is a nice gangsta rap track, with a hook that sounds somehow like 50 Cent. The 4 verses on “Really” (especially T.I. and Game’s) are almost too good for one mediocre beat. 
“Fuck Yo Feelings” is an auto-tune festival with Lil Wayne and Chris Brown. It’s better than it seems but it’s not what we need from The Game. That’s the main problem of this album; there are a lot of random songs like “On One” and “Or Nah” that are simply unnecessary.
Another powerful song is “Hit Em Hard” with The Game, Freddie Gibbs and Skeme spitting fire verses and a Bobby Shmurda hook over a questionable beat.
One of the best songs on Year of the Wolf is “The Purge”. Jayceon expresses his desire to keep the world a better place by purging bad people.
The bright sides of this project are the interesting Game labelmates DUBB and Skeme who delivered some nice bars and sounded confident over some aggressive beats.
The Game’s flow was angrier than usual on this project, the bars were kinda corny at some moments but the subject matter was good for the most part; now he needs to focus and release a worthy gangsta-rap follow-up to “The Documentary”.

Rating: 64/100

Review: The Game - Year of the Wolf

Before putting out the sequel to his first album “The Documentary”, The Game releases “Year Of The Wolf”, a compilation album with his new label Blood Money Entertainment.

This project features many big artists like T.I., Lil Wayne and Chris Brown as well as his new label-mates DUBB and Skeme but in a way fails to impress.

The album starts pretty nicely: we already heard “Bigger Than Me” where a super-mad Game spits bars of hatred on the current hip-hop era. Following the intro, “F.U.N” is a nice gangsta rap track, with a hook that sounds somehow like 50 Cent. The 4 verses on “Really” (especially T.I. and Game’s) are almost too good for one mediocre beat.

“Fuck Yo Feelings” is an auto-tune festival with Lil Wayne and Chris Brown. It’s better than it seems but it’s not what we need from The Game. That’s the main problem of this album; there are a lot of random songs like “On One” and “Or Nah” that are simply unnecessary.

Another powerful song is “Hit Em Hard” with The Game, Freddie Gibbs and Skeme spitting fire verses and a Bobby Shmurda hook over a questionable beat.

One of the best songs on Year of the Wolf is “The Purge”. Jayceon expresses his desire to keep the world a better place by purging bad people.

The bright sides of this project are the interesting Game labelmates DUBB and Skeme who delivered some nice bars and sounded confident over some aggressive beats.

The Game’s flow was angrier than usual on this project, the bars were kinda corny at some moments but the subject matter was good for the most part; now he needs to focus and release a worthy gangsta-rap follow-up to “The Documentary”.

Rating: 64/100