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After enjoying Snow's first two albums a lot more than I expected, I was planning to check out his whole discography, but this is a huge step down and may have put a stop to those plans. There are fewer bangin' beats, with a softer-poppier sound, and the choruses aren't catchy, which was the main strength of Snow's previous album.
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At nearly two hours long, like all double albums, it takes a couple of spins to digest everything and find the better songs. It's a solid 3.5/5. There are lots of good songs but I can't say the album contains anything amazing. 8Ball does some of the darker, more serious topics well on songs like 'I Don't Wanna Die' with it being one of the best moments here. Best Tracks: D1: All 4 Nuthin', Bounce Wit Me, My Homeboy's Girlfriend, If I Die, Lost D2: 360, Pure Uncut, Down and Out, Ball and Bun, I Don't Wanna Die, This Is Dedicated
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I've been waiting for another fully fledged R&B album from Akon, but he keeps dropping stuff like this. Here we have a seven-track EP full of dance-pop with a bit of a reggaeton flavour at times. I play this short release through and not hate life too much, but there is nothing I'll be going back to at all. If you like his projects like 'El Negreeto' this is worth checking out. Best Tracks: Enjoy That
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This is another consistent collection of songs from Massina. The issue is that they sound too similar. High slow keys, standard trap beats and the same kind of melancholy expression from Thugga make the songs all blend in a little too much. There are some catchy and clever lines and decent hooks. A decent EP. Best Tracks: Unstoppable, Temptation
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A decently entertaining popcorn superhero movie, but you can add it to the pile of movies in this never-ending genre that you won't remember a few days after watching. As I've mentioned with other movies of this category, at times watching the fighting scenes with these seemingly invincible characters is like watching two rocks fights. When there is no chance of them dying it ruins the immersion. That is one of the reasons why Batman is king. Two members of the Justice Society of America, who try to imprison Black Adam, Albert "Al" Rothstein / Atom Smasher and Maxine Hunkel / Cyclone, don't contribute much to the story except to add some scenes of flirting that goes nowhere. Atom Smasher is almost unhelpful, mostly being here for some attempted comedic relief, and Cyclone seems tacked on as well. If you love superhero/action movies, you'll enjoy it, but there isn't much substance.
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