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Lil Uzi Vert’s ‘Luv Is Rage 2’ Deluxe Review

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One of the most prominent release of this year, Lil Uzi vert’s music was just decent until he dropped XO TOUR Llif3. Youth’s favorite artists, the Philly artist grows on listener more and more with every listen and it’s just a great album.

It’s also crazy how Uzi keeps the concept of his projects similar, with this probably being the ending of his whole “Brittany” project series starting with “Luv is Rage”, of finding her, fighting for her, having her, and losing her.

“Two®” is the sonical logic second sequel to ‘P’s & Q’s’ with its airy accordion melody, and Two® meaning reference directly rap’s large lexical field with the attributes of success such as the double R, which is the Roll Royce. Intro to the project which perfectly bridge with “444+222” which is one ‘hell’ of a conceptual song.

Jay-Z is name-checked in the song. 444 come as a reference to Jay Z 13th’s album 4:44 as the Def Jam took shot at the rapper in his ‘Marcy Me‘ track: “Hold a Uzi vertical, let the thing smoke”, referencing to longevity in the rap game, the rap mogul tells his listener that Uzi doesn’t bother him much as his career won’t last long. 444 + 222’s concept intro refers to Uzi taking time to address the NY legend just to finally say ‘f**k n***a pay me’, directly referencing to rapper generating income for himself while he will also let the thing smoke.

Deeper reference, to the Biblical “Number of the Beast,” as 444 plus 222 adds up to 666, which in numerology refers to Satan. Uzi was often associated with the devil and the theory gained traction online, citing evidence such as the similarity between “Lucifer” and “Lil Uzi Vert.” or the inverted cross and Marilyn Manson worship.

With “Sauce It Up” everything is left behind. Part of the most anticipated track of the tape, due to the early snippet on Instagram, the whole track is an ode to successful rapper’s lifestyle. Perhaps one of the most underrated ability and almost going unnoticed, is his capacity to continuously enlarge the rap’s lexical field, with lavish reference which Drake remains the king at.

“No Sleep Leak” is part of those very airy songs that grow on you the more you listen to them. Somewhere between early Young Thug and new Uzi, the mumbling & voice changes add to the track too and just ends up being a fun enjoyable vibey song.

On “The Way Life Goes” was destined to be a hit. The catchy ass fire white girl hook and Oh Wonder sample makes this song so amazingly structured, with memorable lines, and more meaning than you would get from any other Uzi song. It’s a song you would hear with tears of happiness after seeing your partner get accepted to Harvard and they’re on the way out and you will not see them for a while but you’re just happy they made it this far.

“For Real” is a huge switch up from the last song and could have easily been shorter, it gets dragged out and just ends up sounding repetitive and boring. “Feelings Mutual” is too all over the place, but is still a decent song, it had great moments and continuously stayed interesting but just missed something. “Neon Guts” is decent sounding, with good bars but the flows got repetitive and the production really isn’t that impressive, just sounds like an average trap instrumental with elevator music, everything about the song is really overrated, but the song is still decent. Gets boring after a while, but decent.

“Early 20 Rager” is probably one of the most underrated songs on this project. It’s so abstract and just fucking crazy, something you would start a mosh pit too. Real Rockstar vibes are given off this song and you can see how they’re given when you see Uzi performing this and how possessed he looks saying “Wait”. It sounds like a live song, and like he was on a bunch of pills and he threw a whole freestyle, but without words just melody and power. “I GOT R&B SINGERS, R&B SINGERS, R&B SINGERS, R&B SINGERS” song is just hard ass FIRE.

“Unfazed” hook is a little too repetitive, but Uzi and Abel brought good verses, but it ends up standing out for just sounding like a song made out to become a single, which ended up not working out.

“Pretty Mami”s beat is just crazy, and the “Nobody can touch my swag” intro and outro is amazing. The song is perfect from beginning to ending. The hook is catchy as fuck too. And the IIIIIIIIIIIM at the end of the second time the hook repeats are just breathtakingly amazing.

After this we get 3 songs that just aren’t memorable, “How to Talk” has its moments but it’s just boring, “X” just leave me like “why??”, it’s just so basic, it has its moments but it just is annoying “LEONARDO DICAPRIOLEONARDO DICAPRIOLEONAROD DIACOAPTOO” how did anyone find that as a good moment of the song, the song ended with a huge cringe. “Malfunction” is decent but not memorable and boring.

“Dark Queen” was good but grew out of me. He talks about his mom with good lyrics, and great melodies, but there just is something missing to make it better than it already is. Still a good song.

I somehow have not gotten tired of hearing “XO TOUR Llif3”. Uzi the only one that can make a song that says, “All My Friends are dead, push me to the edge” 4x platinum. The melody flow and hook are so good, that when you hear the lyrics you’re even more blown away. It’s just an amazing track and a huge track for Uzi.

On the bonus tracks, the only song out of the 4 that is repayable is “20 Min”. “Skir Skirr” has decent verses but the hook is so fucking terrible. “Loaded” has its moments but Uzi doesn’t capitalize off them, and it just ends up being OK. “Diamonds All on My Wrist” sounds reminiscent to older Uzi songs, and has its moments, most memorably at 0:40 with that huge pause, but it would have been better if it was like 1:40 long, and the hook could have been less repetitive.

“20 Min” has great melody’s, and just the best beat on the whole project. The only problem I had with this song is that, the whole beat is basically a 6 second loop for the whole song. But Uzi has a great hook on this, and great verses, and he tells a story in this song, with actually good lyrics, which I’ve seen a bunch of people overlook. Just a great song.

The project is just great and I’m still replaying it like if it just came out. The highs of the project were extremely high, while the lows are not bad enough to stop enjoying this project for its great songs. Also, something random I learned is that if a Uzi song has a 20 in it it’s a good song.

Best Songs: The Way Life Goes, Sauce It Up, XO TOUR Llif3, 20 Min,

Luv is Rage 2 by Lil Uzi Vert Rating: 8.7/10

 

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Tamar Braxton Breaks Silence On Suicide Attempt, Blames Reality TV

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Tamar Braxton is finally speaking out about her recent hospitalization due to a suicide attempt this month.

The reality television star has been recovering from an alleged suicide attempt and, today, she confirmed the reports, claiming that her career in reality television pushed her to the edge.

“First and foremost, Thank you. Thank you to each and every individual who has prayed for me, thought of me, sent me their love and has showered me with their support,” said Tamar in her new message. She goes on to hope that her own experience can help somebody navigate their own hard time.

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“Over the past 11 years there were promises made to protect and portray my story, with the authenticity and honesty I gave. I was betrayed, taken advantage of, overworked, and underpaid. I wrote a letter over 2 months ago asking to be freed from what I believed was excessive and unfair. I explained in personal detail the demise I was experiencing. My cry for help went totally ignored,” she says, blaming the executives at WeTV. “However the demands persisted. It was my spirit, and my soul that was tainted the most.”

Her lengthy message explains all that she went through as a member of the entertainment industry and how it took a toll on her as a person. She concludes by saying that what happened on July 16 was her “attempt to end my pain and my life.”



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112 Singer Slim Talks Tupac & Biggie Tension After Vibe Cover

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Two Emcees who became legends in the game before arriving at their fullest possibilities are Tupac Shakur and Notorious B.I.G. They were both taken from the world ahead of schedule because of firearm savagery, and while neither of their cases have been solved, there are a lot of conspiracy theories who killed them and why.

Speculation and gossip caused the two rappers to trash each other, yet after Tupac discharged his Biggie diss track “Hit Them Up,” 112 lead vocalist Slim made statements took a turn for Bad Boy signee.

We were on the road at that time and all we knew was there was places that we felt very comfortable being were not so comfortable anymore, ” Slim admitted during an interview on VladTV. ” Now, you have people actually thinking, you know, they’re picking sides. So, anything on the Westside of Chicago, you might want to keep your head don a swivel. We heard rumors where you couldn’t go out and certain things. It was just common sense, but we from the ‘hood, too.

During a past interview with Treach, the rapper stated that there were no “East versus West” beef until Vibe magazine released a cover of Diddy and Biggie with a caption that pitted the coasts against each other. Prior to that, everyone just thought Tupac had an issue with Biggie, while B.I.G. wasn’t trying to get into any verbal spat with his friend emphasize another media outlet

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Slim agreed. “Yes. It lit a flame to what’s already kinda brewing,” he said. “Not amongst the artists. That’s what’s crazy about this. At the time that was going on, we were doing shows with DPG. We never had a problem with anybody. We speak to Kurupt and Daz. That’s like family. Snoop [Dogg] was family. I was cool with the lead singer of The Outlawz, he used to come to the crib in Atlanta. We used to hang out.

The vocalist said that when everything went down between the two legends,it was like two best friends having a falling out and that everybody thought they would work things out. “I ain’t gon’ front. After that Vibe spread, what we needed to stress over were the fans and what they saw what it was. In case you’re stating east coast, west coast war, individuals are presently going to pick sides.”

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21 Savage Wishes He “Could Give Megan Thee Stallion A Hug”

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More well-known figures are stepping ahead to vocalize their help for Megan Thee Stallion. The scandal concerning the Houston rapper and Tory Lanez keeps as their harrowing enjoy attracts heated debates.

It isn’t a great deal regarded approximately what certainly took place internal of the car Megan and Tory had been in while the Fever emcee become shot in each of her feet, however the incident ended in Tory’s arrest. Since that time, Megan Thee Stallion has launched short statements on social media announcing that a criminal offense become dedicated in opposition to her and she or he needed to bear surgical operation to have bullets removed.



July 27, she hopped on Instagram Live and shed tears as she spoke approximately persevering with to grieve her mother’s loss and convalescing from her injuries.

Angry enthusiasts released a petition asking for the rapper’s deportation to Canada and 50 Cent apologized publicly to Megan for sharing memes allegedly related to the shooting.

21 Savage presented his brief however candy message to his fellow rapper, as well, with the aid of using sending a tweet to Megan. “Wish I ought to provide Megan a hug praying for you,” he wrote, finishing his message with a coronary heart emoji. We’re positive many others echo his sentiment.

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