The very underrated Roniin dropped a new track that flew under my radar. Temptation shows off his skills and he’ll definitely impress some people.
Lil Bibby is having a pretty good 2017 releasing songs like Got em Sick & MOB freestyle. Trapspot is yet another track that gets fans hyped up for Free Crack 4
Young Dolph is one of those artist that make you want to go out and grind. Dolph’s music is somewhat motivating in a way, and Run It Up makes me want to run up some bands.
New York rapper Dave East has possibly dropped the theme song for every bank robbery ever, Rubberband is definitely going to be in films in the future.
Arguably the best rapper from Chicago has dropped a banger and the masses are finally starting to realize that he’s better than Herbo.
Rich and Dex drop yet another track this one produced by K Swisha. This track pretty much proves that Rich & Dex are one of the best parings in rap currently
The underrated Tracy T teams up with the beastly Pusha T and Rick Ross for the single Choices and Pusha T absolutely killed this track.
Caskey finally seems like he’s back to conscious rap, this track sheds light on how this modern generation is.
Vince Staples drops a new track that cover various social topics ranging from Trump to the police.
Migos dropped their first album of 2017 titled Culture about 2 days ago. It’s pretty much a fact that this album was highly anticipated, and right so because just about anything that Migos drops is fire. The project features features from Gucci Mane, DJ Khaled, 2 Chainz, Travis Scott, and Lil Uzi Vert. Lil Uzi appears on Bad and Boujee which is the same hit song that they dropped last year, you know that “rain drop, drop top” shit.
The album is 58 minutes long and consist of 13 tracks. The album has a blend of R&B sounds as well as rap. A good amount of the songs on the project had already dropped as singles which is a bit disappointing because the other songs aren’t all that special, exuding the tracks that were released early Get Right Witcha & Out Yo Way were the best tracks on the album with All Ass being the worst. My biggest problem with the album is the fact that the songs don’t have that classic Migos touch like YRN had. This project had more of a R&B feel and used a little too much auto tune which seems to be a thing with Quavo specifically.
If I had to compare this album to all the projects I’ve listed to this year I’d rank it 3rd, it’ll most likely drop down the list as more projects drop but as of now it’s got a solid place. Overall I’d give the album a 8/10, the beats were on point and the songs had a good vibe to them. My only problem as I said earlier is that there’s too much auto tune and it makes it seem like Quavo is a bootleg R&B artist.