Discussion in 'Music Forum' started by iCarly Rae Jepsen, Oct 15, 2018.
I like it, but as of now not as much as A Seat At The Table. I need a few more listens.
I've still only listened the one time so far but I think this is easily the best thing to come out this year and it's not even close really.
A lot to take in here, nice first listen though
Standing On The Corner feature/production? I'm in.
I really loved this on first listen
V v v v good
full film out tonight
film is up
Hope it’s a grower, first couple listens didn’t do much for me.
Listened to this yesterday. Pretty damn good. Definitely gonna listen to it more than her last one. The production is near perfect.
This is nowhere near as good as A Seat at the Table. It's a decent follow up, but nothing blows me away like "Cranes in the Sky" or "Mad".
Listened to this recently and didn’t know how I felt about it. Need to return to it again. I loved the production but the song structures are all over the place. Feels like there is a traditional r&b album written somewhere in here, but it was scattered into different sections of this all-encompassing ambience, and we got this musical collage instead- if that makes sense.
This is beautiful. Love her style of filmmaking.
This gives me similar feelings to Tirzah’s Devotion...All the repetition + the warm, ambient vibe of the whole thing. It’s not blowing me away, but I keep coming back to it because it’s so nice to live in for a bit.
Yeah this isn’t clicking with me which bums me out. I’m not into the lyrical repetition and I don’t get how an album with so many producers can sound like one long song at points.
There's not a single standout moment on this thing. Listened 3 times now and nothing is sticking
I'd say Tirzah's album is a lot better than this though
On the contrary, Almeda, Binz, and My Skin My Logo are all incredible "moments".
However, it doesn't need standout moments, it's an incredible, cohesive piece of work.
This is better than A Seat at the Table. No doubt.
I dunno if I would take it that far! I find them a bit hard to compare cause they operate very differently. I do love the ambient, mood-driven approach to this one though.