Chance the Rapper - The Big Day (July 26, 2019) Album • Page 48

Discussion in 'Music Forum' started by OhTheWater, Jul 16, 2018.

  1. Kuzey

    Newbie

    I still have a hard time believing that there are actually people out there who care about or take Ronald McDonald's ''opinions'' seriously.
     
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  2. OhTheWater

    Let it run Supporter

    To be fair, he waited to see how the dumb assholes on the internet would react and then blew out his score accordingly
     
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  3. manoverboard365

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    We talking about the same guy who gave My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy a 6, and Ye a 9?

    Yeah, his opinions are meaningless.
     
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  4. zmtr

    so what if i lose? i'm satisfied Supporter

    He gave BI, BI and 22AM a combined score of 11/20

    he's the worst
     
  5. BenSmith94

    Regular

    Hot Shower is not great, I'm surprised it charted so well.

    Album is fine. It's hard for anyone to make a good, cohesive album with 22 songs. the more songs you write, the increased likelihood of their being a few filler songs/songs which don't hit quite like chance wanted them too.

    But it's a decent album, I was in a huge traffic jam yesterday and played it the entire time, probs would have gone insane without it. Really feels like most of the backlash i've seen is from those unable to grasp the concept of nuance, who built the album up to be brilliant before it was released and then tore it down because it didn't meet their wild expectations.
     
  6. Cameron

    FKA nowFace Prestigious

    Guys after my third listen I’m feeeeling this album quite hard. I can’t get over how good I Got You is especially.
     
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  7. Cameron

    FKA nowFace Prestigious

    I wish people would give this more time. I feel it really opens up
     
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  8. zigbigwig Aug 13, 2019
    (Last edited: Aug 13, 2019)
    zigbigwig

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    love Ben so much. love this album too but Im also someone in his mid 20s who got married last December so I'm definitely the target market. also feels a bit weird to have a Chance album that sort of evokes the same feeling of hearing a Hellogoodbye album
     
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  9. irthesteve

    formerly irthesteve Prestigious

    Solid performance
     
  10. irthesteve

    formerly irthesteve Prestigious

  11. PauLo

    43% Burnt



    Pretty much how I felt.
     
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  12. stijn_p

    Newbie Supporter

    This album is seriously growing on me
     
  13. you vandal

    Regular

    It is also really growing on me. Feel like so many people wrote it off right away without giving it the proper chance (no pun intended)
     
  14. Philll

    Trusted

    Tried really hard with it but haven't felt any compulsion to go back to it since release week :shrug:
     
  15. Lenin

    Regular

    I've given this album loads of chances and it's still bad
     
  16. Cameron

    FKA nowFace Prestigious

    It’s not
     
  17. OotyPa

    sustain

    I liked it a lot first listen but yes it’s continuing to grow on me
     
  18. manoverboard365

    Trusted

    I'm actually liking it less and less now. Only songs I come back to lately are Do You Remember, All Day Long and Ballin Flossin
     
  19. tdlyon

    Pawnee Forever Supporter

    I actually had a pretty positive first listen but I've only really gone back a couple of times. I think it's the sheer length of it

    I'll try to get more familiar with the songs before the tour
     
  20. ItsAndrew

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  21. manoverboard365

    Trusted

    Lol come on Chance
     
  22. ItsAndrew

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  23. manoverboard365

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    Full interview

     
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  24. ItsAndrew

    Trusted

    Chance is my favorite rapper of all time but LOL at his reaction. I can name five rappers better than him easily. In no order:

    2Pac
    Biggie
    Kanye
    Kendrick
    Nas

    and that’s not even including influential groups like N.W.A.
     
  25. The Lucky Moose

    I'm Emotional, I Hug the Block

    If you don’t believe you’re one of of the greatest if not the greatest rapper alive, you’re not a real rapper, that’s the rules