Review Summary: overproduced pop rap, better than a metaphysical interpersonal composition?
Straight out of Mumbai, an emerging, avant-garde hip hop artist has emerged from the shadows. Icy Patel, a child prodigy, created this masterpiece at the tender age of 14. Predicting the emerging “vaporwave” and “cloud rap” craze by about 5 years, Icy P has finally received the recognition he deserved.
Chockfull of classic tracks that’d make even the most avid Death Grips fan go raving mad from the glorious flow of Patel and his partner Mic-Sam; who provided the lush beats and harmonious samples, THUG BUNGALOW
is a smash hit EP, clocking in at a perfect sixteen minutes. Anyone can listen to this long-lost avant-garde hip hop masterpiece with absolute ease, from the top 40 radio crowd who’d enjoy the total banger, and hit single ”TUPAC 2 (Second Coming)”
; all the way to the ambient/drone/noise rap crowd who’d surely obsess over the album highlight ”TV on the News
”. There’s something for everyone, and that’s no doubt.
Anyone who would doubt Mr. Patel his well deserved glory surely don’t know what they’re missing out on, and to quote Patel himself: ”Your names dick ricky rick you suck dick you bang guys”
Would you seriously prefer to bang guys and be like Ricky than bless your impure soul with the greatness that is THUG BUNGALOW
" It’s an absolute proto-vaporwave classic, and if you seriously consider disagreeing, you probably think overproduced pop rap is better than a metaphysical interpersonal composition. Consider the wise words bestowed upon you.