call me big papa
I was searching for main attrakionz on here after I listened to it cos it seems like some sort of offshoot of cloud rap.
I thought Carti was the one with the orangeish artwork you kicked off the Acid Rap thread with, but just checked and that was Yachty. Barty does mention Carti later on though.I listened to the Carti album that preceded the latest one recently and I felt like I was stoned. I was really late on listening to that.
Here's a slightly sonically new agey vibe to some rap - cloud rap and it's offshoots. It's lyrically still all money sex sometimes violence orientated but it sounds dreamy, weightless, almost as if the sex and money doesn't really exist anymore.
really good. sometimes the best rap doesn't so much sound like it's coming from the future as from a more vivid, brightly colored version of the present. and thats what i get from his albums. both in the production and in the vocals.What does rap fan dissensus make of the new Playboi Carti album?
I did not but I will, yet another cool looking thread I missed while I was awayDid you read this famous thread Benny?
Was it innovative? If so what was innovative about it? If not, what were the precedents for it? Was it paradigm shifty? Was it a golden age of rap comparable to the mid-90's? Did it in any ways exceed the mid-90's? What were some of the best choons to come out of it? (Not strictly Atlanta by...dissensus.com
Yeah my first thought was this very 'now' sounding and very vivid, as you say. Sometimes vivid tips into lurid though and this seems to teeter right on the edge.really good. sometimes the best rap doesn't so much sound like it's coming from the future as from a more vivid, brightly colored version of the present. and thats what i get from his albums. both in the production and in the vocals