Review Summary: That guy from Deltron 3030 has really good solo stuff.
When most people think of Del the Funky Homosapien they generally think of Deltron 3030, that song with the Gorillaz, or maybe even Both Sides of the Brain. However Del's 1997 Future Development is unfortunately forgotten and without reason because Del is on top of his game in this one. Lyrically he's as spectacular and creative as always rhyming about things such as life, hip-hop, racism and even transformers. Through rapping about everyday topics Del creates a record that just about anyone can relate to. He also takes this one step further through his use of humor throughout the album, making him come off as just an everyday person that you could see yourself hanging out with. Del shows that he can write lyrics with the best of them throug lines such as “My flow's symphonic, hypnotic, psychotic never semiotic but doper than narcotics” or “from the pit of Babylon but powerful like Alvatron from the Decepticons music is magical like a leprechaun” . Not only is he a great songwriter, he's also an equally skilled MC. Del has a smooth flow, rarely stopping and it's accompanied by one of my favorite voices in hip-hop.
Production wise this LP is on par with Del's rapping abilities. Generally the beats are funky and chill, though occasionally changing it up to the more sinister side. The beat making is handled by Del himself, along with Hieroglyphics members A-Plus and Opio. Yet no matter who made the beat, they're all guaranteed to get your head nodding. The beats usually give off an upbeat, relaxing atmosphere, which can be hard not to get lost in. Additionally the production showed the direction Del would later head on Deltron 3030 with many of the beats having a futuristic sound to them. Overall Del delivers an outstanding album that is easy to relate to and outstanding in all aspects of hip-hop. It's catchy enough to enjoy initially and complex enough to leave the listener discovering new things months down the line. So enjoy...
Stress the World
Quite good actually, especially for a first (have a pos).
Beginning of the 2nd paragraph you say the word beat in 4 straight sentences so you kindof lose the flow you had in the 1st. Of course you're describing the beat, but mixing in a synonym or restructuring a bit would help your arguments flow. Other than that, keep it up and you'll soon find your own style, which can only come with experience.
yea aside from the word beat though, you pretty much did all you could in only 2 paragraphs. after the first few reviews i started rereading and restructuring my reviews like crazy before submitting them on here cause even though you can edit to a certain degree there's no going back