Aesop Rock The Impossible Kid
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YetAnotherBrick
May 3rd 2016


6693 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

and lmao torts- yes Aes is quite acclaimed outside of sputnik, talk about knowing nothing about the artists you shit on

Lavair
May 3rd 2016


949 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

I just wanted to say thank you for featuring a review of mine! This is the first time I've gotten a featured review.

ConcubinaryCode
May 3rd 2016


7373 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0 | Sound Off

Gratz on the feature, it was well deserved. And I'm not surprised at the people hating on this. In no way does it deserve it though.

BeyondCosby
May 3rd 2016


2781 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

"yeah i literally dont even need to hear this to know you're indisputably wrong."



And that right there is how you formulate shitty, uneducated opinions.

RoundOnEndHiInMiddle
May 3rd 2016


922 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0 | Sound Off

i've always been a fan of his verbose and sometimes vague lyricism. whatever he means by it, if he means anything at all, is unknowable sometimes. therefore, in those cases, i end up adding my own meanings to the lyrics, which i find really fun.

LotusFlower
May 3rd 2016


12000 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

yah, i dont see anything wrong with that. I think its the same reason I dig some of his music, too. its when you see people attributing him as some super intelligent artist where my gears start to grind.

ConcubinaryCode
May 3rd 2016


7373 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0 | Sound Off

Even aesop doesn't like when people try to make his words out to be some higher meaning. The dude doesn't write the way he does to try to be deep or anything which I think a lot of people don't realize.

RoundOnEndHiInMiddle
May 3rd 2016


922 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0 | Sound Off

aes isn't any more "intelligent" than the next guy. he just has his niche and he's done very well in it. and truthfully, whenever anyone calls an artist "intelligent hip-hop", as if other types of hip-hop are somehow brain dead, you can tell they don't listen to much rap

supremejelly
May 3rd 2016


1259 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

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JS19
May 3rd 2016


7777 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

It's always the detractors calling him 'intelligent hip-hop' dude is just rapping in his style. He doesn't proclaim his own intelligence.



This album is very straight forward anyway

Pheromone
May 3rd 2016


20819 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Yeah. I just think aes vocab allows for a lot of interesting flows

ConcubinaryCode
May 3rd 2016


7373 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0 | Sound Off

Aesop's fans are probably the worse part about aesop rock but I don't see how you can blame aes for that.

Calc
May 3rd 2016


17247 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

"It's always the detractors calling him 'intelligent hip-hop' dude is just rapping in his style. He doesn't proclaim his own intelligence."





this 1000% i've never heard anyone who liked aes call him intelligent rap, it's just what the shit talkers all say everyone says.

Keyblade
May 3rd 2016


30678 Comments


rec me intelligent hip hop like this
i don't normally listen to rap buuut...

1. aesop rock

posted at least once a month

ConcubinaryCode
May 3rd 2016


7373 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0 | Sound Off

"I don't normally listen to rap" should be the tip off they don't actually know what they're saying. I don't see how that makes aesop a bad artist.

TheBarber
May 3rd 2016


4130 Comments


Thread is scurvy so far

LotusFlower
May 3rd 2016


12000 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

get some vitamin C up in this bitch

Calc
May 3rd 2016


17247 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

thread is diverticulitis so far

Gyromania
May 3rd 2016


36766 Comments


am i the only person who thinks aesop is shit?

i liked a couple songs off of labor days, which is ridiculously overrated overall, but most of his albums are mediocre.

primitiveplus
May 3rd 2016


33 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

the only glaring con to this album that i hear off the top (first or second listen) is its similarity to bestiary (a superior album, imho). almost feels like tracks that he kept for his solo work from that era, the production and flow is near identical on aes' part. still a solid album, although definitely not his best.



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