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[RATE] The Life of Pablo vs. Views vs. Coloring Book vs. Blonde
For this month, I’m going to be running our first four album rate, covering some of 2016’s biggest names in hip hop and R&B. The year would have been different if not for these four black artists, all of whom got attention for unique approaches in both rollouts and music. All four albums were released as part of the new trend of exclusitivity in music, with three being released via Apple Music (one with no prior announcement) and one via Tidal.
The albums are:
Kanye West - The Life of Pablo
Drake - Views
Chance the Rapper - Coloring Book
Frank Ocean - Blonde
HOW TO RATE/RULES:
- Fairly listen to and rate each song listed on a scale of 10 to 1, 10 being perfect and 1 terrible. You can give ONE song (for the whole rate, not per album) a 11, and ONE song a 0 for your fave/least fave. Decimals are allowed, but you cannot give songs higher then 10 or lower then 1 besides your 11/0. No 10.X or 0.X scores are allowed, and if I get them I’ll change them. Also know that your scores aren’t confidential and the high/low ones will be shown with the results.
- If you want, write comments with your thoughts. This is encouraged since it makes the reveals more fun, but not required.
- PM your scores & comments to me (ThereIsNoSantaClaus) by December 31st. Once it hits 2017, I won’t be accepting any scores.
- Sometime in early January I’ll be revealing the results, going from the bottom (aka the Drake zone) to the top.
- Overly negative scores and sabotage towards only one album will be discounted. If your average score is less then a 2.5-3, I will not count your scores. Overly negative scores (i.e. giving more then half of the songs 1s) can also be discounted.
- Since this rate includes albums with interludes, I’ve decided to make the interludes seperate from the regular rate. If you want (it’s not required) rate the interludes as well and send me any scores/comments with the rest. Since this is seperate, you can give one interlude a 11 (Yeezy yeezy) and one a 0. If I have enough scores, I’ll do a special reveal before the first day of results.
- Some of the songs we’re rating have different versions. For The Life of Pablo, rate the final version that’s on streaming. If you have a version without Saint Pablo, it’s not the final version. Also make sure to rate the Charlie Heat version of Facts, the Drake-only version of Pop Style, etc. Both versions of Blessings are on the album tho so rate them both.
KANYE WEST - THE LIFE OF PABLO
Does Kanye need an introduction? A highly publicized but divisive figure, he attracts strong reactions from basically everyone. A producer who got a big break through Jay Z, Kanye moved into rapping and put out three successful education themed albums: 2004’s The College Dropout, 2005’s Late Registration, and 2007’s Graduation. After a breakup with his fiance and the death of his mother, Kanye moved into electropop for 2008’s divisive 808s & Heartbreak, and following a period of heavy scrutiny from his interruption of Taylor Swift at the 2009 VMAs, Kanye went into exile and came back out with his most acclaimed album yet, My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy. He collabed with Jay Z and his label GOOD Music on full-length albums, then returned with the minimalist Yeezus in 2013. Kanye has seen much acclaim for his music despite his love or hate personality, winning 21 Grammy Awards and influencing artists from Kendrick Lamar to Chance the Rapper to Drake to Kid Cudi to Frank Ocean. He has been married to reality star Kim Kardashian since 2014 and they have two kids together.
Kanye began working on a followup to Yeezus in 2014. He released two singles, “Only One” and “All Day”, in early 2015, but news on the album, named So Help Me God and then SWISH, slowed as the year moved on. Kanye resumed work on the project late in 2015, releasing “Real Friends” and “No More Parties in LA” through Soundcloud in January and renaming the album twice more to Waves and then finally to The Life of Pablo. Two days after premiering the album at a huge listening party in Madison Square Garden, Kanye released the album to Tidal on February 14th, 2016. However, he would continue to change the album after its release, even adding a new song in June, over 4 months after it came out. Kanye supported the album with the Saint Pablo Tour, which was cancelled in November when he was hospitalized over increased stress and dehydration.
THE LIFE OF PABLO
- Ultralight Beam
- Father Stretch My Hands Pt. 1
- Pt. 2
- Freestyle 4
- Real Friends
- 30 Hours
- No More Parties in LA
- Facts (Charlie Heat Version)
- Saint Pablo
Another artist who needs little introduction, Drake has become one of the biggest names of the 2010s. Getting his start as an actor on the Canadian show Degrassi, Drake moved into music, and after leaving the show he broke through in 2009 with his mixtape So Far Gone, signing to his mentor Lil Wayne’s Young Money label. He released his debut album in 2010, and the acclaimed follow-up Take Care a year after. 2013’s Nothing Was the Same was another smash, and spawned the hits “Started from the Bottom” and “Hold On, We’re Going Home”. Drake said his next album would be inspired by his hometown of Toronto and called Views from the 6 in 2014, but in the meantime he released the hugely successful mixtapes If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late and What a Time to Be Alive (a collaboration with Future). After years of buildup, Drake finally released Views on April 29th, 2016. The album was a huge success, spending 13 nonconsecutive weeks at the top of the Billboard 200 and giving Drake his first solo #1 single, “One Dance”. Drake has made a name for himself through his career with his mix of R&B and hip hop, which he described himself as “Drake featuring Drake”. In 2011, he cosigned and helped the career of another rising star out of Toronto, The Weeknd.
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- U With Me?
- Feel No Ways
- Weston Road Flows
- With You
- Still Here
- One Dance
- Childs Play
- Pop Style (Album Version)
- Too Good
- Fire & Desire
- Hotline Bling
The youngest artist in this rate by five years, Chance the Rapper is one of the brightest young stars in hip hop right now. Growing up on the south side of Chicago, Chance wrote his first mixtape 10 Day while suspended from school for smoking. The next year, he blew up off of his breakthrough mixtape Acid Rap, which was named one of the best projects of 2013 by many publications. Chance laid low from new solo music the next few years, but he and his fellow members of the band The Social Experiment released their debut album Surf in 2015 to positive reactions. In late 2015, Chance released the new singles “Angels” and “Somewhere in Paradise”, leading up to the release of Coloring Book (previously known as Chance 3) on May 12th, 2016. So far in 2016, Chance has collaborated with Kanye West, debuted his Chicago-based music festival Magnificent Coloring Day (which featured appearances from Lil Wayne, Kanye, John Legend, and others), and been invited to the White House by President Obama.
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- No Problem
- Summer Friends
- Same Drugs
- Juke Jam
- All Night
- How Great
- Smoke Break
- Finish Line/Drown
- Blessings (Reprise)
One of the most celebrated but also cryptic acts of the decade, Frank Ocean has become one of the biggest names in modern R&B. Growing up in New Orleans, Frank moved to Los Angeles after his equipment was lost to Hurricane Katrina, joining the hip hop collective Odd Future in 2009. Frank got attention from his mixtape Nostalgia Ultra in 2011, and got the chance to work with Jay Z and Kanye West on their collab album Watch the Throne. Frank’s 2012 debut album Channel Orange was met with acclaim from critics, six Grammy nominations, and that year, he also made headlines by coming out as bisexual through an open letter, gaining positive response from the industry. In 2013, he said he was working on a followup, but years would go by with little news about the album. In April 2015, he posted a picture announcing an album, apparently titled Boys Don’t Cry, would be released in July, along with a magazine. However, nothing came out and July passed. A year later in July 2016, Frank once again hinted that the album was coming that month, but nothing came until the early hours of August, when a mysterious livestream of Frank building a staircase to new music began on Apple Music. It was later revealed to be a visual album called Endless, and two days later Frank would finally release his second studio album Blonde on August 20th, 2016 with no prior announcement that it was coming. Blonde recieved acclaim from critics, but was purposefully held out of Grammy consideration by Frank.
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Schizoaffective (bipolar 1 subtype) musician here... I've long been in partial denial/doubt over my diagnosis but have since come to terms with accepting it. Dropping by to introduce myself to the community and kinda dump my story out here. Much love! Hope you enjoy :)
I first picked up a guitar when I was 13, and my obsession with music has never stopped since. Music is my life. It's practically all that I live for. I come from a family of artists, and I once thought that my niche in the art world would be drawing, or literature, or making comic books (a combination of both drawing and literature) but I found my true passion in music... It became undeniable after a certain point that making music was my connection with 'the universe' (maybe I meant 'myself' with 'the universe' idk i just realized that music was my connection to 'the universe' on acid once... those were the literal words that I thought to myself... but that'd be a pretty lonely, egocentric universe to live in... aha, this post just helped me clarify my ego! Without psychedelics too aha good shit its time to expand my universe lol) Anways, creating music is therapy to me... My estranged father is also a musician so I spent quite some time with him learning more about music making when I was a teenager... It was how we bonded... I used to chill in a studio with him and his guitarist friend/bandmate for hours on end, throwing ideas back n forth and learning alot about making music from people who made it themselves. I was like a sponge, soaking in all this knowledge...
Anyways, I started smoking pot and cigarettes when I was 14. Grew up in a family that promoted weed as medicine... my moms bf often called it a 'magic plant'... plus alot of my 'role models' smoked tons of cigarettes, so I didnt think much of the two vices at the time. Besides, smoking wasn't a regular thing for me back then. None of my friends smoked and I could never afford it. However, I began dabbing daily once I got my first job at 16. Like, I was dabbing ridiculous amounts of ridiculously potent oil. I'd blow my entire $300 paycheck on wax and run out before the week was over. Probably made my dealer a fortune lol. Before I started dabbing constantly I'd always thought that you couldn't physically withdraw from THC... That is such bullshit lmao like I've personally physically withdrawn from it and I've read up on it happening to others too. I wouldn't be able to find an appetite and I'd get dizzy, clammy, and nauseous without my dabs... Also, I later learned that weed makes you much more susceptible to psychotic episodes/disorders... so, go figure lol...
I'd been wanting to try acid since I was 13 or so. I'd read up on all of these fabulous musicians who took excessive amounts of the stuff (as well as drugs in general) and it inspired me to pursue a similar conquest... little did I know that I'd wind up more like an untalented Brian Wilson or Syd Barrett instead of some Jimi Hendrix protege... I finally got around to trying acid when I was 16... I'll never forget those first few trips... I took a 1/3 of a gel tab my first time and damn near had a heart attack when I was preparing it, taking it, and coming up... Had no clue what this shit would feel like and had been very fear-mongered with the infamous "bad trip" stories I'd read/heard... Then, 'Loser' by Beck came on and i could suddenly almost actually see the music... my blanket started crawling... and, before I knew it, my bathroom floor was turning into an ocean complete with sinking ships and I couldn't stop dancing in the dark (can't start a fire without a spark, right?)... right then, I knew that I was in love... both with acid and with music... I took it with a newish friend during my next trip and pushed him to 'kill his ego' with me by taking more and more... I also introduced him to marihuana, so he was my first stoner buddy... All in all I think we each had a little more than 1 1/2 tabs, with 1/2 tabs redosed 3 times over a couple of hours or so... Before we knew it, we were seeing faces in his closet... then we couldn't move from his bed as we launched off together in a rocketship towards a night of epic proportion... We proceeded to listen to Electric Ladyland over 5 times in a row that night (without even realizing it... like, that albums seriously so layered that i'd hear something new on each listen without realizing that we were hearing the same songs over and over) and I had the most intimate exchange with a human being that I might've ever had to this day (excluding some experiences with family)... We became like one that night, and I finally found a friend who was really interested in my interests and tastes in music... I showed him alot more music than Electric Ladyland once we started coming down a bit... Thats when we split the remains of this medical brownie I had and started a whole new trip entirely... He inspired me to seriously pursue musicianship and I even inspired him to pester his mom for his own guitar... He got a guitar, and then his estranged dad sent him money for another guitar and a keyboard, but he lost interest in the instruments before even giving himself a chance to learn how to play them... I put a picture of him 'smoking' three incense sticks on the upper-left hand corner of my cover art to my second album, "Jackleford (the Unfinished LP)," because I wanted to immortalize this amazing person I had found in a piece of art... Over time, I made more friends with similar interests in drugs and we eventually became the new generation of local acid-heads (for an example of this one just has to listen to my friend Emo Jesus's music... [https://soundcloud.com/user-298492788] i mean c'mon alot of his lyrics practically preach about taking psychedelics lmao) Except, one of us had unexpected mental illness lurking around the corner...
So, I started dropping acid practically daily... At least once a week usually, and that was on a 'bad week'... At first, I took it to discover, reflect, innovate my approaches to making music, enhance how I heard music, change how I saw the world... among other things... then I started taking it to, essentially, 'get high'... I fooled myself into thinking that I was still taking it to 'improve my life' or whatever by this point, but I would eventually ignore anything that my trips would try to guide me towards thinking about (one of my golden rules of taking psychedelics now [[not that i really take them anymore]] would be to not resist the experience, provided that you're in a safe environment... like, just let the trip flow, let your mind take you where it feels that it needs to take you... its almost definitely trying to take you there for a reason... it might feel 'bad' in the short-term, but at the end of those sorta trips I almost always felt better... Theres nothing like freeing your mind from shit you regularly block out... Trip sitters are always a good idea... Why psychedelic-assisted therapy still isn't a legal and commonplace practice baffles me...)
At some point I started noticing extremely intense hallucinations when I wasn't tripping, even if I hadn't tripped in a while. I used to dig the side-effects of what I thought to be HPPD, but not when they got to these extremes. Seeing dozens of giant cockroaches crawling across your carpet isn't fun. Its unnerving asf. Seeing your vision change color based on different choices you could make about something isnt fun. For example, if I'd consider a choice that felt bad, I'd see blue. Like my entire vision would light up with a blue tint. At first, I remember hearing a click whenever this happened. Another time, I saw this little Funko Pop! figurine I had of Jesse from Breaking Bad swing his fists and look up at me like he was trying to intimidate me. I was afraid to go in my backyard for a period because I was unsure if one of my grandmas dolls she kept in the living room would attack me or not.
The first real red flag was my first time 'hearing voices'... my mind suddenly said something to me out of the blue that I felt like I hadn't thought of myself... I didn't literally 'hear' it, but it was like my thoughts had broken off into their own inner monologues... As if they had split off into different personas that were out of my control... I remember my 'voices' often stopping what I was thinking mid-thought, deconstructing it into gibberish, and mocking and teasing me. It was madness. I disregarded it the first time it happened. I'd read that psychedelics could trigger mental illness before this happened, but I only knew of bipolar disorder running in my family and I brushed it off as nothing to be concerned enough to reach out about... Until it started reoccurring more frequently several months later.
So, I started researching mental health... obsessively... eventually I came to the conclusion that I must suffer from some psychotic disorder. Surely. I figured I'd inherited bipolar from my mother, and wondered if I was schizophrenic. Then I learned that schizo disorders lie on a spectrum, and eventually I learned that environmental influences can trigger schizo disorders... so I traced back through my childhood and concluded that her bf must've been a huge environmental influence on whatever tf I had wrong with my brain... Finally I saw a team of doctors at the ER (loooong story for another time about why I had a team of ER doctors discussing my mental health) and they diagnosed me with schizoaffective disorder... Basically, they confirmed my suspicions for me and put a label on it... Spent some time on 3 different 5250s over the next couple of months [inspiring the name of my album i made in between hospitalizations, "5250," https://soundcloud.com/user-609747750/sets/5250a-1]. I've been on and off medications for the past year or so and rarely, if ever, get any hallucinations when I'm sober and in general feel much more 'sane.'
However, I've been foolish as ever... I'm still a polyaddict and I've been doing alot of meth lately... Stims have replaced my psychedelic habit, it would appear... I'm aware of the increased risks for amphetamine psychosis, and possibly even permanent psychosis, of meth users with schizoaffective disorder... I'm also now recalling the increased odds of schizoaffective disorder transgressing into full-fledged schizophrenia from amphetamine abuse... But, my symptoms appear to have almost disappeared completely... Sometimes I wonder if I might've had something like schizophreniform that was misdiagnosed as schizoaffective... But I do easily get paranoid, although that could be a seperate personality 'disorder'/trait on its own so who knows... Who knows shit about mental health honestly... I suspect that our theories on psychology are gonna radically change over the next few centuries... Our 'understanding' of it now is bound to look archaic someday, just as the once-common practice of 'trepanning' (drilling a hole through ones skull, once believed to increase intelligence) seems archaic to us now.
Sorry for this tweaked-out schizo rant about a brief segment of my life...
anyways, here's my song about how being schizo doesn't make you a psycho (it can make you psychotic, but it doesn't make you "psycho" in the 'crazy, violent madman' stereotypical sense of the term... ive noticed that that definition of "psycho" is popular among alot of society... like ive noticed that alot of ppl blend the definitions of 'psychopathy' and 'psychotic' into a stigmatizing and wide-spread misunderstanding of what "psycho" means... "Psycho" can mean alot of things... "Psycho" people can be some of the most calm, pacifistic people you'll ever meet... So, no, being schizo does not make you a psycho... It just makes you your own... sorta fella...) :)