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Last year, a certain mixtape took the music landscape by storm. An unknown artist and producer, Jeremy Evans got his mixtape cosigned by Drake and it was all history. Since, he has released two more mixtapes, but this one is still considered to be his opus.

The production on this is masterful. From the trippy "Loft Music" to the anthemic 'Wicked Games," the atmosphere it creates is nothing short of amazing.

This mixtape features vocalist from notorious opera/metal vocalist Abel Tesfaye. His shaky high-pitched singing (of you can call it singing, sounds more like moaning) is tepid. But that's nothing compared to his mediocre lyrics which could easily be mistaken for an excerpt off on an emo whiteboy's facebook wall. "I hear noises in the baffroooom. Ish okey! We Can Do it in the Living Room! Wush good yung hoe u about it? U excited? Wazh U Think Abaauuuu?" Abel croons mournfully.

Thankfully, we can download the instrumental version.

Verdict:
9.4/10 with Abel, 9.5/10 without Abel
 

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JulianAnaI said:
Last year, a certain mixtape took the music landscape by storm. An unknown artist and producer, Jeremy Evans got his mixtape cosigned by Drake and it was all history. Since, he has released two more mixtapes, but this one is still considered to be his opus.

The production on this is masterful. From the trippy "Loft Music" to the anthemic 'Wicked Games," the atmosphere it creates is nothing short of amazing.

This mixtape features vocalist from notorious opera/metal vocalist Abel Tesfaye. His shaky high-pitched singing (of you can call it singing, sounds more like moaning) is tepid. But that's nothing compared to his mediocre lyrics which could easily be mistaken for an excerpt off on an emo whiteboy's facebook wall. "I hear noises in the baffroooom. Ish okey! We Can Do it in the Living Room! Wush good yung hoe u about it? U excited? Wazh U Think Abaauuuu?" Abel croons mournfully.

Thankfully, we can download the instrumental version.

Verdict:
9.4/10 with Abel, 9.5/10 without Abel
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JulianAnaI said:
Last year, a certain mixtape took the music landscape by storm. An unknown artist and producer, Jeremy Evans got his mixtape cosigned by Drake and it was all history. Since, he has released two more mixtapes, but this one is still considered to be his opus.

The production on this is masterful. From the trippy "Loft Music" to the anthemic 'Wicked Games," the atmosphere it creates is nothing short of amazing.

This mixtape features vocalist from notorious opera/metal vocalist Abel Tesfaye. His shaky high-pitched singing (of you can call it singing, sounds more like moaning) is tepid. But that's nothing compared to his mediocre lyrics which could easily be mistaken for an excerpt off on an emo whiteboy's facebook wall. "I hear noises in the baffroooom. Ish okey! We Can Do it in the Living Room! Wush good yung hoe u about it? U excited? Wazh U Think Abaauuuu?" Abel croons mournfully.

Thankfully, we can download the instrumental version.

Verdict:
9.4/10 with Abel, 9.5/10 without Abel

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