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4.) Saturation 2 by Brockhampton. I really really enjoyed this album and it is a huge step foreword from Saturation 1. The album starts off with GUMMY a nice intro track with a beautiful sounding intro to the song and the album. This album has very catchy hooks again but I found they weren’t as infectious as Saturation 1 which I was okay with. In this album Brockhampton improved on their verses and wordplay in this album. More members got involved in the songs. My favourite member Dom is in this album so much and it’s great to hear his voice in more than 3 or 4 songs and same can be said for others. My favourite song is JUNKY as it comes on with this eerie beat and Kevin Abstract jumps on he beat right away and gets your head bobbing. He raps about his struggles of being gay. He then kicks it up and responds to questions people ask “why you always rap about being gay” he then responds “cause not enough rappers rap and be gay” very clever way to respond to this. The change from this gives us a different beat which is an amazing beat switch. Ameer comes on and lays a great verse down. Merlyn raps about his college decisions on dropping out and going on his music career and apologizes to them about his decisions (even though they paid off). The members of Brockhampton play off each other so well and their chemistry keeps building and building and is very apparent in this album as they all flow together. The production too has been improved as their are some very unique and interesting beats throughout the whole album. One of my top albums because of all these factors coming together content, flow, and production.
Favourite songs: GUMMY, JUNKY, FIGHT, SWAMP, JELLO
Two bodies have been found in the MaconCounty woods in Alabama. The first body was discovered Friday night near the County Road 13 and the second body was found four miles away off of highway 80 on Saturday.
Family and friends of EdwardReeves and KendrickStokes are confirming that these are the bodies of the two men that vanished nearly a week ago. A missing persons report was initiated after family and friends had not heard from them.
"Kendrick Stokes (aka Promoter, Kendrick "Skooly" Stokes), Age 30, and Edward Reeves (aka Rapper, Edward "Bambino Gold" "EJ" Reeves), Age 29 of Atlanta, Georgia were last seen on Sunday, November 5, 2017 in Montgomery, Alabama in the Ridgecrest area driving a White 2016 Honda CRV Georgia Tag-unknown."
11Alive reports that Reeves' mother knew something wasn't right since they typically spoke and prayed together everyday. Family and friends are now grieving the loss of their loved ones.
This project is amazing like the production is crazy and the dark vibe this album gets you in is masterpiece level 💯. I’m a hard reviewer cause I barely give albums a 6 but this was good and when I say it’s good it is 💀