ScHoolboy Q • Blank Face LP • Interscope • Release: 7.8.16
Some albums require more time…to listen to/comprehend that is. That is the case with West Coast rapper ScHoolboy Q‘s fourth studio album, Blank Face LP. After absorbing Blank Face LP, it’s magic unfolds to the listener. The first time though…it can be trying, confounding, and off-putting. All in all, this is one of the year’s better rap offerings. Clearly, it didn’t receive the sales, debuting at no. 2 with 74,000 units, BUT, even those numbers are respectable for time where almost NOTHING sells proficiently.
What’s the general premise of Blank Face LP? Hustling, the street life, and real talk. This is very much a West Coast LP through and through.
Favorites from Blank Face LP are as follows: “Lord Have Mercy,” “THat Part,” “Groovy Tony/Eddie Kane,” “Ride Out,” “Dope Dealer,” and “JoHn Muir.” You can check out the full rundown on Blank Face LP at The Musical Hype. The link to the review resides below.
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