October 6, 2017
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Every single song sounds the same. "Bitch, yay, gang, money", for 36 minutes. What annoys me the most is that there is virtually no melody whatsoever. It's just random bits and pieces, with overly cliché lyrics.
I give it 1 out of 10. Beyond bad.
By ChaZe on September 13, 2018
Lil pump has grown to be a staple in culture for teens of america, hip-hop has transcended from artists such as tupac and biggie to what it is today. This album is proof of that, might be harder to understand for those who grew up in the era of hip-hop.
While I can understand the misunderstanding of artists like Lil Pump, I can also appreciate his ability to build a name for himself in a very difficult industry. I also think that he has grown with time in his lyrics and beats and has potential. I am learning to like him and actually enjoy the catchy beats in some of his songs.