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Slashs February 2017

I'm back, fam.
1Heather B.
Takin' Mine


Harcore-Rap// Really raw, aggressive and gritty hip-hop by the woman who is mostly known for sitting next to Sway most of the time. Which is a shame.// 5/5
2Bahamadia
Kollage


Eastcoast-Rap// So, this woman is ridiculously underappreciated. Like, man. //5/5
3Nine
Nine Livez


Hardcore-Rap// A bit too poppy for my taste, but still an absolutely essential listen for people who like aggressive east-coast shit with rough voices and even rougher bars. //4,5/5
4Nine
Cloud 9


Hardcore-Rap// Now THIS BAD BOY RIGHT HERE. No pop-tracks anymore, just pure aggression, bars and insight. This dude was eally something else in the 90s. Damn. Also has one of the best Nas-disses I have ever heard. //5/5 ALL DAY
5P.O.S
We Don't Even Live Here


Doomtree-Hop// So, this was a nice surprise, but it wasn't as good as I hoped it to be. //4/5
6Sims
False Hopes XIV


Doomtree-Hop// Sims is really nice on this, but the beats are soooooooooooooooo bland. Thankfully this wasn't a real album. //3/5
7Sims
Bad Time Zoo


Doomtree-Hop// What can I say, the lyrics and beats finally match in creativity and forcefulness. Good stuff. Thank you, Lazerbeak. //4/5
8Cecil Otter
False Hopes


Doomtree-Hop// Again, Cecil is nice on here, but the beats are soooooooooooooo skeletal and stale. Raw for sure, but more in an undercooked way. //2,5/5
9Paper Tiger
False Hopes


Instrumental-Hop// Some nice ideas, but it amounts to pretty much nothing. The song with Dessa is nice, though. //2,5/5
10Lazerbeak
Lava Bangers


Instrumental-Hop// Some nice ideas, but it amounts to very little in the end. The production values are very good here, though. //3/5
11Mixed Blood Majority
Mixed Blood Majority


Doomtree-Hop// I have nothing to say about this. It's just kinda decent. //3/5
12Dessa
Castor, The Twin


Live-Hop// Some nice reimaginings of my favourite songs off of ABBC. the live instrumentation really does wonders for Dessas voice. //4/5
13Guru
Jazzmatazz, Vol. 1


Jazz-Hop// So this is basically always a step behind its potential, but all in all, the songs are very good. Especially the one with MC Solaar. Wavy. //4/5
14Guru
Jazzmatazz, Vol. 2: The New Reality


Jazz-Hop// Thankfully he resolved these problems with the best album of his career. Guru never sounded as awake, focused and non-monotonous as on here, the beats are all absolutely fantastic, the features are amazing (Gus da Vigilante is just, like, man) and the lyrics are incredibly insightful. God DAMN. //5/5 ALL DAY
15Kill Bill
Drop Season [Singles Collection]


Sad-Hop// I kinda wish that this was a bit better, and it runs kinda dry sometimes, but when it is on, Bill can be one of the smoothest rappers ever on a beat. He's spitting some serious bars as well. //4/5
16The Roots
...And Then You Shoot Your Cousin


Band-Hop// I really wish I liked this more, but this is definitely one of the worst entries in their discography. There is just so little to grab onto. //3/5
17Gangsta Blac
Can It Be?


Memphis-Rap// This was released in the mid-90s and there is still nothing that even sounds remotely like this. How far ahead of your time can you be? Absolutely peak-Three 6 material here. //5/5 ALL DAY
18Little Mix
Glory Days


Pop// Super fun, super timely and well produced pop by four fantastic singers. Good stuff. //4/5
19Jason Derulo
Everything Is 4


Pop// Why do I like this? The synth-tones are unbearably garish on this album, but it's just. SO. FUN. GAH. //3,5/5
20Kesha
Animal


Pop// So, this aged way better than I ever could have imagined. The melodies on here are reaaaaally good. and the lyrics really aren't AS stupid as people would have you believe. //4/5
21Neil Cicierega
Mouth Moods


Memes// YOUNG MAN, I HAVE BEEN IN YOUR SHOES *tears* //4/5
22Cypress Hill
Black Sunday


Stoned// What? This is a classic. No discussion. //5/5
23Nelly Furtado
Folklore


Folk-Pop-Hop// So colorful and imaginative. She would never release something as good as this ever again. And the lyrics are soooooo good. Woah, Nelly indeed. //5/5
24Nelly Furtado
Loose


Pop// As a forray into more traditionally hip-hop territory, this is pretty good. Thank you, Timbaland. //4/5
25Lauryn Hill
The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill


Eastcoast-Rap// Yep, this is a classic. Indeed. //5/5
26Ice Cube
The Predator


Gangsta-Rap// So, what is it with what he is saying, that you have a problem with? //5/5 ALL DAY
27Ice Cube
Lethal Injection


Gangsta-Rap// The first major sign, that Cube was loosing some serious steam. Still, the good songs are amazing on here. //4/5
28Jay-Z
Reasonable Doubt


Mafioso-Rap// Boyyyyyyyy, if you thought Jay-Z couldn't rap his ass off, this will prove you wayyyyy wrong. //5/5
29Marsimoto
Halloziehnation


German Rap// I can barely describe this album. Just an endless barrage of great ideas, samples and lyrics. And it's all stoned beyond belief. There is just nothing out there like this. //5/5
30Marteria
Base Ventura


German Rap// Very promising debut album, but the best was yet to come. The beats are fantastic. //4/5
31Marteria
Zum Glück in die Zukunft II


German Rap// His absolute masterpiece. Every concept pays off, every beat is amazing, the wordplay is there, the flows are there, the charisma is there. Absolutely perfect album. //5/5 ALL DAY
32Mika
Life in Cartoon Motion


Pop// I'm a fan of the dude, okay? //4/5
33Missy Elliott
Under Construction


Missy-Hop// Probably her best next to SDF. Again, thank you Timbaland. //4,5/5
34Queens of the Stone Age
Queens of the Stone Age


Stoner-Rock// This is maybe a bit too undercooked, but songs like Avalon, Regular John and Mexicola are virtually perfect. //4/5
35Migos
Culture


Southern-Rap// Call Casting is amazing. T-Shirt is amazing. The rest? Pretty underwhelming. //3/5
36Big Sean
I Decided.


Medium Sean// Most definitely his best album yet. Sadly, that's all I have to say about it. //3,5/5
37Ryuichi Sakamoto
Beauty


Noidea// Weird mixture of J-Funk, classical japanese music, piano ballads, folkrock, synthpop and some spoken word thrown in there as well. I have no idea what to make of it, but I like it. Asadoyayunta and Diabaram are definite standouts, though. //4/5
38Jidenna
The Chief


Hip-Hop// Really nice surprise and a definite breath of fresh air. Really appreciate the strong nigerian musical influences on this album. And he can spit as well. Good stuff. //4/5
39Lilly
[ABANDONED]


Sad-Hop// Really disjointed, sketchy audio-quality, but really heartfelt. I dig it. //3,5/5
40Lilly
winter love.


Sad-Hop// This right here is legitimately nice and catchy, and the sound quality is better. I'm just a sucker for good sad rap. //4/5
41Lilly
Faceless


Sad-Hop// Legitimately unsettling and kinda unlistenable. Unique experience, though. //3/5
42Future
FUTURE


Future// Future. //Future/Future
43Future
HNDRXX


PFFFT// HAH. GUSHY GUSH SO SOAKY. YOU SERIOUS? // NOPE//HELL NO
44Sampha
Process


Whatever// Like, the first 4 tracks are absolutely flawless. After that I'm absolutely bored. I wish I liked this a whole lot more. An amazing voice and good lyrics can't save everything. //3/5
45Syd
Fin


R'n'B// Really good solo effort from one of my favourite singers in R'n'B right now. Can run a little repetitive, but her charisma and the lyrics mesh perfectly with the darker beats. I dig it. //4/5
46The Internet
Purple Naked Ladies


Soul// I'm still a tiny bit underwhelmed by this, but it's a solid enough foundation for a great band. //3,5/5
47Waka Flocka Flame
Flockaveli


WAKA// FLOCKA. FLAME. WAKA FLOCKA FLAME. //5/5
48Lupe Fiasco
DROGAS Light


Reallythough?// So you fought for label independence to release this? Are you serious? Lasers at least had a point, this one has just three tolerable songs. Embarassing. //1,5/5
49Manu Chao
Clandestino


Reggae// Classic multilingual reggae with tons of tribal- and roots-inspired sounds. very political and personal at the same time as well. //5/5 ALL DAY
50Echo Tail
The Ancestry


Progressive Rock// So they mixed all of their influences into one tiny little package, added a lot more pop-appeal, made the recording even sharper, added some good to great lyrics, made the hooks even catchier and stayed as progressive in their songwriting as ever. Yeah, this is fire. //4,5/5
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