Instead of visualizing her as a ‘slut’ or whatever. All of that was amazing. One thing I feel this song could have had is more variation in the Dolly Parton retro vintage and by the same token and beat; it is a great beat, I just feel l;ike it could use quite a bit of work maybe there could be a part of the song where there’s a bridge or an outro and the beat could change up then.
Other than that, I feel that this song was great. This album is melodically amazing and to me, that is just it. I didn’t feel like Emilyshirt went that extra mile to have used more various beats. They are all very trap like. In terms of topics discussed, it was quite various and interesting actually. The whole thing revolved around simply living a fun life, but many different aspects were touched on like your girl making you happy, being rich.
Dolly Parton retro vintage, hoodie, tank top, sweater and long sleeve t-shirt
There isn’t too much to say about this album. On the Dolly Parton retro vintage and by the same token and whole, it was quite melodically pleasing, which is always good with an album, but this album didn’t really take me on a ‘journey’. It was very monotone. I did feel that the beat in ‘Slippery’ was good and is a beat that’s quite different to the stereotypical hip hop beats, which is great.
Other than that and the fact that the album is melodically pleasing, there is nothing interesting to say about this album. Personally, I feel Migos are all way better solo. Offset is a Dolly Parton retro vintage when he raps over certain tracks on his own. Quavo adds calm, melodic vocals over a few of his tracks and Takeoff who just dropped his album, is really good at experimenting with his flow and using his voice to his potential.