This reminds me a lot of Tyler, The Creator's skits on Bastard and Goblin. A little too similar.
I already told you how I feel about this track, I think. But good work on this one.
Food For Thought:
The delivery is solid on this track. The flow is pretty dope here too. I feel like you should've started the mixtape with this song. Lyrics are pretty cool, you do this thing where there are some interesting things going on in lines but you end a lot of them with some more basic syllabalic schemes which is kind of nice because it makes it easy to follow what's going on.
This has a really neat sound to it. I feel like the beat is kind of similar to Food For Thought though, it's not entirely true, which becomes clear in the hook. I like the hook on this quite a lot. There is a bit of a slip on the flow stuff about Ke$ha. That weird talking bridge thing was a little strange, not my favourite thing on the track.
This is pretty solid man. My favourite one so far. I like the change up from the other tones. I really vibe with the hook here.
Life's Good (Feat. Anxiety State):
I love the delivery that you start this track with. Just sorta…lazy haha. Your verse should've been mixed a bit louder. The dubs on the hook are a little slippy at points. Ty did his thing. At first I thought I didn't like the energy he brought to his verse but in contrast to your verse I like it.
I don't mind this track, though I don't think I would've put it on your mixtape. It seemed like a more professional effort without this slightly sloppy joke song on it.
Flip The Script:
Not a bad track. I think the mixing on the hook is a little off, sounds more quiet than it should. The rhymes here are better than some of the other stuff. Good stuff man.
Cutting The Cord:
I really like some of the rhyming stuff and flow here. A little bit of delivery stuff could be touched up but all around it's pretty solid. Singing isn't exactly your strong suit. I'd recommend getting some voice lessons and staying away from the singing for now.
I Don't Need You:
Not my favourite beat. I'm not a supporter of pre-made hooks by other artists so I can't vibe with this track to much. That said, your verses are pretty tight man. There's some slips in the second verse flow. Laughing my ass off at “I do punch bitches”. The adlibs could've been a touch quieter.
Off The Record (Feat. Anxiety State):
I've already told you I think this is fire. I'll be ripping apart that remix soon.
I've already given you feedback on this one too. The hook is the weak point in the song, which I think is mostly the fault of the mixing/engineering.
Remember The Night:
Really cool vibe here man. Verses are pretty tight. I like the lyrics on the hook but I'm not really vibing with how it flows/delivers on this track. That third verse/bridge could've used some echo/delay. A bit of flow change up in it wouldn't have hurt either.
I love this piano piece. It's from Sinima right? Not crazy about the way this ends. It's got potential to be funny but is delivered…oddly haha.
As a mixtape, the sound is relatively cohesive. I mentioned earlier about changing the starting track but aside from that, each song flows to the next quite well. GET SOME BETTER FUCKING ARTWORK. You FYL/Vanity kids have talent but you NEED to get some better graphics to back your music. Hit me up, if I'm free I'll whip something together that will look much more professional than some text on top of an image. I won't charge you unless it's some massive project (then it's $5).
I'd say that the main things you need to work on as an artist are engineering things. You try some things but some of them don't exactly work that well. The other thing is the wordplay/rhyme schemes. I'd like to see some more metaphors/similes in your music and some more intricate interline rhyme schemes. Not that you should change too much about how you rhyme but it'd be interesting to hear, you do a bit more with that in some songs but yeah.
The mixtape is a solid release for where you are in your development, but now that you've got a lot of the vocal things hammered down, don't forget to try to improve all the time and also try to focus more on songwriting rather than making tracks. I know that there are sometimes here where you do dabble in that vein, so keep on grinding that way.
You should be happy with this release, it's pretty on point.
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