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I don’t think I’ve felt this weird about liking an album since Discovery’s LP. This collaboration between Sufjan Stevens, Serengeti, and Son Lux is tremendously experimental. Much of it features the glitchy electronic sound and intentionally off-beat, frank flow found on lead single “Museum Day.” I think it’s awesome, mostly because it’s pushing the boundaries of modern hip-hop in a positive way. It’s testing the listener with it’s uniqueness and expanding our idea of what hip-hop really is. I think these four songs are highly creative concepts, and like many creative concepts, they will either be hated or loved. I just beg you to listen to the songs below with an open mind. Shouts to P&P.
I had the night of my life…