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A boogie

A boogie

A boogie

The devil made me do it. Okay, well not the actual devil, but someone forgot to get it in my head that jumping up and down to songs can be an energy-intensive activity. The hours I spend on the dance floor, sitting on the floor, or on the stairs in an unending boogie jive, I wonder, where does this energy go? Do I lose it three meals later when my heart reverberates throughout my body in an impressive display of tumultuousness?

Boogie

I wasn’t going to review this album because I don’t know a whole lot about A Boogie wit da hoodie (A Boogie for short). I’ve heard him on a few features but nothing has made me go “I need more of this!” All I know is he’s released one album, a few mixtapes, and Drake brought him on stage once at MSG. Despite my ignorance, he has a large following and a lot of industry clout judging by his list of high profile features. The tracklist for HOODIE SZN looked promising, and with 20 tracks totaling over an hour of music, I figured there has to be something enjoyable on here.

I must admit, I can’t stop listening to this album. Not because it’s good, but because it’s like watching a car accident, horrifying to witness but impossible to look away. I’m in disbelief at the number of talented people who produced and guest starred on this disaster of a project. Out of the 60+ minutes of music, maybe 8 of them are enjoyable, and none of those moments are because of A Boogie. This project is an uninspired, bloated collection of forgettable mixtape songs that are just so generic and bland that it could double as a white noise sleep machine. (Source: theoverlyopinionated.com)

 

 

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