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Album in quotes. It ain't no DETOX foo.gif
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oh it's not detox? i thought he was renaming detox

wtf.. takes longer than game of thrones
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It's called 'Compton... A Soundtrack'

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i know

i thought he was releasing detox but changing the name and calling it compton a soundtrack. it looks like it's the soundtrack for the new NWA movie

he also told rolling stones he's not releasing detox because even though he worked hard on it he doesn't think it's good enough for his fans which i can appreciate

it's going to be streamed on apple music for 3 hours between 6pm and 9 pm pst, but i think you have to be subscribed to apple music?
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Yeah, gotta wait till tomorrow. Mind you this positivity coming from Twitter buzz so take that with a grain of salt. Their reviews mostly consist of fire emojis....



Read that K-Dot taking more shots at Drake though. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
post #1386 of 1405
just realized it's on now at apple music

apple music is a piece of shit. streaming not working for me but everythign else
Edited by indesertum - 8/6/15 at 7:57pm
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Whoa

 

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Good interview...
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Vince Staple's album ended up really high on a lot of year end lists. What did you guys think?

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Every so often, I come back to this album and remember how amazing it is:

 


I've been listening to it for the last week or so straight.

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Quote:
Originally Posted by boso View Post

Vince Staple's album ended up really high on a lot of year end lists. What did you guys think?

its amazing. What sort of lists are you looking at?
post #1392 of 1405
I just read the Hip-Hop Family Tree series. Very cool background info on a lot of the guys and girls at the forefront in the late '70s and early '80s. Many of the artists I was familiar with but there were so many more that I wasn't (but was surprised at how much of their music I recognized). As an added bonus, I now recognize so many more of the names that the rappers reference when I am listening to stuff.

I'll keep my fingers crossed the author puts out a few more editions.
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Picked up a "Dead Presidents" vinyl at a music store today. I miss that Jay-Z.
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Skip TLOP. There are maybe 3-4 decent tracks (of which were released before the actual album).


Really thought that after Yeezus, he'd come back with a classic. smh
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