Discussion in 'The Booth' started by desp, Jun 1, 2019.
Cause it was trash.
It's just a random EP.
Timing. He also needs to build chemistry with a engineer that really benefits his sonic vision. His mixing had been awful these past few years.
Love thy enemies love they enemies ohhhoohoooooooo
still fire i put this shyt on repeat any time listen
This is so much better Than High off life
Agreed but then again if Save Me was an album, maybe it would have the same problem: 5-6 dope tracks, 12 whatever tracks.
Probably, Future’s biggest problem is that his solo songs don’t hit anymore. Solo songs were his biggest strength. He had songs that were never going to be pushed as singles taking off
I don’t fully know what the issue is other than he’s past his peak
IMO when artists get older, curation and being properly produced becomes more important. When you're just on fire, you can release a 17 track album and it doesn't matter because you're firing on all cylinders. When you're fading you need somebody to help you maximize your shyt. He's got hundreds of tracks completed with every project...how do you get down to the best 13? Or the best 20, in this streaming environment lol. You need somebody who understands how albums should be paced, you need hits, etc.
Everything seems scattershot with Future rn. Way too complacent for a guy living in a house of cards (child support).
The more I listen to this, then more I think this is his best release since 2015. From the artwork and videos to the whole vibe of the ep, he was definitely locked in when he created this. RIP FXXXXY
That Please Tell Me - Shotgun - Govt Official run is so fire
Died last year due to complications.
You know, I never saw what the cause was, but a google search says he passed after a routine medical procedure
Wow not even familiar with dude but I see he engineered and recorded this EP and made Extra and Government Official. WOW RIP to him for real in this world anything can take you out but to think a routine medical procedure smh.
Surprised Future didn't speak on him but he did a great fukking job with his work on this one. It kinda had a travis scott like quality to the sound to me but I really like it and it grew on me.