Today, we have had the opportunity to hear Blacc Hollywood and have to say we expected more from the album, but be quiet, it is not a disaster album.
Wiz is always changing (this is the reality) and for us that is not a good new.
If you have been a real Taylor, have to know Wiz has gone through some periods on his music directly related to each album, and this CD would not be different. After the beginnings with Prince of the city 1 and 2, Show and Prove, Deal or no Deal and Flight School, Wiz career really started with K&O Juice (Best Wiz album?).
Those were good times man, but like everything in life, Wiz began to evolve. Yeah, he came out with Rolling Papers, Taylor Allderdice (Our favourite album and time of Wiz. He looked like Hendrix and killed it making us feel like we were floating through the sky), O.N.I.F.C, 28 Grams and finally this expected Blacc Hollywood.
Personally believe that we are living righ now the worst musical period of Wiz Khalifa. Yeah, hard words, but despite his popularity and fame are on top, real Taylors know that is not one of the best Wiz albums. He can do and will do better things.
Nevertheless, Blacc Hollywood contais some really good tracks that saved it.
Here are the tracklist. Special mention to the songs in bold.
This Honda CB350 built by the guys at Ellaspede is a genuinely innovative, modern interpretation of the café racer genre, and we really like it.
Most of this bike was either built by hand or modified, the tank, seat, rear seat rail, exhaust, muffler, wiring loom, seat trim and engine cover were all made by hand, the frame was modified and that remarkably deep paint job was applied by hand.
The modern look of the bike combined with the 1971 Honda CB350 underpinnings work together well here to create a sort of post-modern-café-racer with huge aesthetic appeal.
Ellaspede is a relatively new brand run by Leo Yip and Steve Barry, they’re both very talented, Australia based industrial designers. Heluva is their co-owned industrial design company and is currently their primary focus however Ellaspede will be launching officially next year, producing motorcycles, clothing and accessories.
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"Because the Internet" is the last album of Childish Gambino.
We didn’t know this facet of Donald Glover, but apparently, this guy is full of surprises. We met him on the famous TV Comedy Serie “Community” as Troy Barnes, and now he is also a rapper.
(Maybe we are ignorants). So yes, Childish Gambino (Pseudonym), has done his best album til today.
We heard him for the first time with the single 3005
(Don’t matter what you say or what you do…) and it was awesome. He came out of “nowhere” and was able to make a song with this quality, so we decided to download his album and have a look.
"Because the internet" is a really good hip-hop album. It contains 19 songs with some colaborations as Jhene Aiko on "Pink Toes", or Azealia Banks on "The oldest computer". After hearing and analyzing his style of music (for us with many similarities to OFWGKTA) we really think this album is the start of something bigger.
Here you are the tracklist. Special mention to the songs in bold:
01. The Library (Intro)
02. I. Crawl
03. II. Worldstar
04. Dial Up
05. I. The worst guys (feat. Chance the Rapper)
06. II. Shadows
07. III. Telegraph ave. (“Oakland” by Lloyd)
08. IV. Sweatpants
09. V. 3005
10. Playing Around Before the Party Starts
11. I. The Party
12. II. No exit
13. Death By Numbers
14. I. Flight of the Navigator
15. II. Zealots of stockholm (free information)
16. III. Urn
17. I. Pink toes (feat. Jhene Aiko)
18. II. Earth: The oldest computer (The last night) [feat. Azealia Banks]
19. Life: The biggest troll (Andrew Auernheimer)