Lil B
P.Y.T. (Pretty Young Thug)


3.5
great

Review

by oltnabrick USER (21 Reviews)
June 8th, 2013 | 91 replies | 4,691 views


Release Date: 03/24/2013 | Tracklist

Review Summary: P.Y.T. oozes with every possible thought, dream and emotion Lil B could have felt while recording this. Is Lil B a wizard?

12 of 17 thought this review was well written

If you aren't already a devout follower of The Based God, delving into the world of Lil B’s music can be an overwhelming experience. What is the best mixtape to start with? Do you listen to all the songs on his usually lengthy mixtapes? With such an overabundance of mixtapes, it’s far too easy for the best songs to go unnoticed and get skipped over. The Based God's latest effort, P.Y.T., happens to be his most consistent since last year's God's Father.

The material on P.Y.T. is filled to the brim with variety, to an extent that it’s almost mind numbing. There’s tracks like “Alota Bitches”, a bouncy g-funk beat with a chorus telling the listener he would never “cuff” or “love the bitch”. There’s love songs like “Marry Me”, where a half-crooning, half-talking Based God sings about getting married over a lush trap-meets-80s r&b beat. Even some of the harder and heavy hitting songs like “Keith Sweat” will make you wonder what Lil B was thinking when he wrote them; “Girls in Florida, number one supporters, Bitch kiss my ass cause I look like a lawyer.” Regardless of the often brash and crude nature of Lil B's songs , P.Y.T. showcases his ability to execute the songs in ways that are both genuine and touching.

Lil B's ability to rap over just about anything is demonstrated nicely throughout this mixtape, rolling through the clean and soulful “Emotional Player” directly into the askewed and 808-heavy “510 Ratchet”, which is essentially an ode to girls who behave as if they’re going to star in Girls Gone Wild. "*** the Ops" is a grandiose track about Lil B's anger over "fake" police and security guards that is ready for the listener to cook heavily on the block.

Together, P.Y.T.’s collection of themes, feelings, beats and rhymes don’t just make up another Lil B mixtape, but make up one of his finest. For Lil B, P.Y.T., shows every possible idea, dream and the many emotions Lil B could have felt while recording this tape. It’s worthy of a listen if one happens to not be a fan of Lil B and a deafening #TYBG from us all.



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oltnabrick
June 8th 2013



30603 Comments


http://www.datpiff.com/Lil-B-The-BasedGod-PYT-Pretty-Young-Thug-Mixtape.469638.html

stream and DL here.

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FiveLeavesLeft
June 8th 2013



9838 Comments


Shit, another one?

oltnabrick
June 8th 2013



30603 Comments


this came out 3 months ago lol

MisterTornado
Contributing Reviewer
June 8th 2013



4507 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

hellas

RadicalEd
June 8th 2013



2590 Comments


what is up with this guy. He's trying to be the buckethead of hip hop

JS19
June 8th 2013



4219 Comments


Except infinitely less talented

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oltnabrick
June 8th 2013



30603 Comments


u negd?

JS19
June 8th 2013



4219 Comments


No - review is ok

oltnabrick
June 8th 2013



30603 Comments


ah nice


RadicalEd
June 8th 2013



2590 Comments


Except infinitely less talented

well thats not hard compared to buckethead

I also didn't neg. Review is good.

oltnabrick
June 8th 2013



30603 Comments


Lil B doesn't play any instruments so I don't really see how you are comparing the two lol (other
than their large discogs)


and thanks glad you liked the review

Calc
June 8th 2013



12127 Comments


lol

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Trebor.
Contributing Reviewer
June 8th 2013



50062 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

sweet

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newjunk2
June 8th 2013



230 Comments


No, you know who I look like? I look like Chauncey Billups.

HolidayKirk
Contributing Reviewer
June 8th 2013



1612 Comments


Most of this review is just plain statements regarding the exact meaning of the lyrics with no interpretation or insight on what it might mean in a bigger picture.

Nothing wrong with that. But it doesnt really make me want to listen to the mixtape.

STILL. A rock solid review, didnt pos nor neg homebwoy.

oltnabrick
June 8th 2013



30603 Comments


no interpretation or insight on what it might mean in a bigger picture.


what do you mean "bigger picture"?

oltnabrick
June 29th 2013



30603 Comments


You know who I look like? I look like Chauncey Billups. [2]

Lakes.
July 2nd 2013



26672 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

fooling around is so sublime

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Ire
July 2nd 2013



41753 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

swag

ShadowRemains
July 2nd 2013



20520 Comments


you can fuck ramy's bitch based god



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