After blowing up following his Finally Famous Vol 2 and 3 mixtapes, Big Sean was catapulted into the mainstream. However, he never quite got over key musical inconsistencies that plagued his first three mixtapes. Did Big Sean get popular too quickly?
There are certain parts of this project that almost makes me hate rap music. PNB Rock is like a combination of several different artists but most notably Ty$ with Travis Scott vibes throughout. And much like Ty$, PNB Rock's rapping is lazy and derivative of everything else in the rap ether today - repetitive subject matter, overused flows, and recycled punchlines.
Here at #TOP5RAPWEBSITE, we like to buck whatever trends are being pushed by hypebeasts and stick to music; we covet authenticity and originality.
Twitter has a knack for groupthink - the website's Retweet and Like Tweet features are a gold-mine for confirmation bias. The loudest opinions receive thousands upon thousands of retweets and likes, turning what would otherwise be baseless, biased opinions into viral sensations due to the sheer amount of likes, RTs, and impressions obtained. Non-groupthinkers might find it difficult to go against the grain and break the established viral group twitter mindset that has been established. Case in point: stopping the e-jumping of Russ.
I've only been into Uzi's music for about a year now. With that being said, Luv is Rage 2 appears to be the "break up" album out of Uzi's "Luv" based discography. If Luv is Rage 1 was the "falling in Love" album, and Perfect Luv and Lil Uzi Vert vs. The World were the "in love" albums, then Luv is Rage 2 is the love breakup fallout album, with Uzi's love interest "Brittany" being at the center.