The eyes of a man done wrong, The world tests the anger outta me, lord forgive my sins and judge me for the wayy I am only u can, lead me 2 a better day u can judge me don’t give if a fu*k if the world is eva against me, only u the lord above can break me, lord protect the ones who I’ll always love I can handle the fu**en enemies, c the f**k em in my smile loyalty & love ova respect. I’ll die one day like I’m goin into war this is GrkPride, If u ain’t with me muthafu*ka u against me, Representing XO till the death Ο Ιησούς με προστατεύει 👑🌏🙏🏼 #love#hate#pride#loyalty#respect#xo#theweeknd
First post has to be my favorite song ever at my first concert ever. On November 11, 2018, Travis Scott performed at the KFC Yum! Center. Sheck Wes, Trippie Red, and Gunna opened what would be an amazing night for the ragers. While an Astroworld concert featuring the most recent album from La Flame, he performed every album short of Huncho Jack, Jack Huncho including Owl Pharaoh, Days Before Rodeo, Rodeo, and Birds In The Trap Sing McKnight. Opening with STARGAZING and closing with SICKO MODE, every song in between was as good as the last.
My favorite song of all time (from Travis at least) has to be Drugs You Should Try It, the fourth track from Days Before Rodeo. This is in my opinion one of the best songs of the decade if not the century, and I doubt anyone will ever be able to top it (though I hope they will). This song defines psychedelic trap, and hearing it for the first time my freshman year of high school is what got me into Travis and later on Days Before. While memes and commentators argue the song is overrated or falsely “underrated”, there is no other song I have heard yet to match such a work of art. I believe the song is not “underrated” but not easily accessible, as it is not available on Apple Music or Spotify. ————————————————
5 Stars ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ #owlpharaoh#daysbeforerodeo#rodeo#birdsinthetrapsingmcknight#astroworld#astroworldtour#travisscott#sheckwes#trippieredd#gunna#mobamba#sickomode#kfcyumcenter#bridgestonearena#kanyewest#drake#partynextdoor#theweeknd#nav#lilwayne#drugsyoushouldtryit
The 3 year anniversary and as soon as I (Charlie) Get tidal it’s released everywhere on all streaming platforms... wow Beyoncé just go ahead and fuck me. But that won’t stop me from celebrating this amazing LP with a REVIEW/TRACKLIST RANKING ON THE 2nd SLIDE! Beyoncé is literally one of the most famous artist and global phenomenons period but at the time of this released so many rumors were swirling because this album feels like Beyoncé coming out and getting some shit off her chest about Her marriage with rapping icon, legend, JAY-Z and the ups and downs she faced and goes in depth with what it was like growing up and her parents too, politics, racial politics and many more Beyoncé gets right into. I know Beyoncé isn’t afraid to experiment either but my god does she, she goes toe to toe with alternative funk country and lots of contemporary POP/R&B and some trap BANGERS like “FORMATION” but with these bangers she gets very personal like another great track with K-DOT “FREEDOM” again touching on politics and so on. DADDY LESSONS is her paying homage and looking back on Slavery and more. I could go on but there all positives besides maybe “DON’T HURT YOURSELF” having some bad bars (Malcom X line.. yikes) but overall such a diverse, cohesive, and breathtaking album. Track after track just going in on lots even if it’s her questioning her relationship with HOV or her culture and such more, I can’t deny how amazingly EPIC this LP was.
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Recommend? Hell yeah
One Word Description: epic
Replay value: I had to get tidal recently (even tho I did listen before when it came out) but as of late it’s been high