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Old 07-19-2012, 03:00 PM   #21 (permalink)
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Thought I would bump this thread now that the 'Fantasea' mixtape is out. Perfection. Hope you guys take a listen to it.
Listening to it right now. It's really good, I'm honestly a little surprised by how good it is in fact. I dig the sleazy, clubby thing she has going on. Kind of feels like the 10s version of Miss Kittin & the Hacker.
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Old 07-19-2012, 03:27 PM   #22 (permalink)
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Well, I think it's just above average and I like it more than I should really. I think the fact that she spits really good lines at times (well, they sound good on the beat) makes me forgive her complete lack of finesse.

She kind of reminds me of a female Danny Brown but a lot less intelligent and lyrical. Just... there's something endearing about the way she talk's about the most ignorant shit.
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Old 07-19-2012, 04:26 PM   #23 (permalink)
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Well, I think it's just above average and I like it more than I should really. I think the fact that she spits really good lines at times (well, they sound good on the beat) makes me forgive her complete lack of finesse.
I haven't paid attention to the lyrics, I just sort assumed they were about sex mostly. I just enjoyed the music overall.
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Old 07-19-2012, 04:31 PM   #24 (permalink)
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I did the same. Managed to listen to the whole thing without skipping tacks or fast forwarding the outro. On the other hand, Childish Gambino's new mixtape was given about six tracks before I deleted it.
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Well, I think it's just above average and I like it more than I should really. I think the fact that she spits really good lines at times (well, they sound good on the beat) makes me forgive her complete lack of finesse.

She kind of reminds me of a female Danny Brown but a lot less intelligent and lyrical. Just... there's something endearing about the way she talk's about the most ignorant shit.
I think the opposite of all of this. She's all about the finesse. Her lines sound good because of the subtlety, her cute street chic cadence.

Danny Brown is very simple and blunt. Plenty of his verses are just him saying "nigger at the end of each line. I still like him but don't understand this comparison at all.

Not trying to swoop down from my cascading tower of critical-ness, just giving my 2 cents.

I'd compare her to somebody like busta rhymes or missy elliott. Really smooth and fun, good middle ground between serious and goofy.
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Old 07-19-2012, 05:44 PM   #26 (permalink)
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I meant in terms of content, not delivery. Although I think it's incorrect to say Danny Brown is simple/blunt compared to her. Maybe on some tracks, but nothing she does compares to Monopoly in terms of lyrical ability.
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I found her pretty annoying at first, but she's starting to grow on me. Lyrics on 212 didn't really impress me, but her flow's awesome.
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I don't see what you guys like so much about her. I've tried to like her, I really have, but I can't stand her at all. I'm obviously missing whatever her best tracks are... since I can't bear to finish any of her albums. Could anyone post her best songs for me?
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Old 11-06-2012, 09:01 AM   #29 (permalink)
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I don't see what you guys like so much about her. I've tried to like her, I really have, but I can't stand her at all. I'm obviously missing whatever her best tracks are... since I can't bear to finish any of her albums. Could anyone post her best songs for me?
I just like the sexy, sleazy mood of some of her stuff. Here's a few from Fantasea that I like a lot:





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I've heard this woman's name mentioned a lot but not by people who I consider to have good taste in music.

Is she actually good or is she a female Kanye West?
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