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Reminder: Official Discussion threads, held a week after the album drops, are held to a higher quality standard than First Impressions threads. Any parent/top-level comments that are less than 140 characters will be deleted. Try to expand on why you feel what you feel about the album. In addition, any comments that are just memes or low effort jokes will be deleted. See the Guidelines on the sidebar for more info on the sub's rules. I have Family Feud, Bam and Moonlight on repeat all the time, I just want to point out that "Amen" by Beyoncé is the most beautiful Amen i have ever heard, jesus christ I dislike that Beyoncé part it's way too dramatic and takes away from the song like I don't wanna listen to that I want to listen to rap but she has that little interlude thing that goes no where and it's OKOkay this is gonna be kinda long, but I have a lot of thoughts about this album... And coming off of the huge disappointment that Magna Carta was, I didn’t have very high hopes when I heard Jay was in the works with a new album a couple years ago. I think this album was exactly what it needed to be, and I have a lot of respect for Jay for that reason. It could have been bloated, or pandering to those who just want an album with bangers and hits, or just a "response" to what Beyonce exposed about him in Lemonade, but instead we get a more complex look at him introspectively. Jay-Z has always had his unanimous Top 3 albums, which practically everyone agrees with in some variation of this order: Reasonable Doubt, The Blueprint, and The Black Album. However, my hype slowly began to rise when he came out with some great features in 2016 (All The Way Up Remix, I Got The Keys, and Drug Dealers Anonymous were all phenomenal). I naturally have to get somewhat excited when I hear a new Jay album is around the corner, so while I didn’t want to disappoint myself again, I followed every update for this album and anticipated it for months. The commercials capitalized on the hype for me, and when I heard that Adnis snippet (bought the physical yesterday easily the best bonus track), I threw my common sense out the window and decided that this was going to be the album by the post-age 40 Jay-Z album that I’ve been waiting for. I don’t believe this is hype or recency bias either. A week in and I’ve only fallen in love with the album more, and after about 50 or so listens (Easy to do when the album is a mere 38 minutes) I’ve found more and more things to be wowed by through . deserves so much credit, he really brought his all for the album and I can tell they were both focused on exactly what they wanted the album to sound like. Right off the jump, the first listen got me to realize how great these beats are. They somehow blended together so many sound throughout hip hop to make timeless beats. Elements of soul, trap, 90s east coast, boom bap, funk, and reggae are all found throughout the masterpiece, and not one beat misses. I think eh album really benefitted from it’s running time, because it showed that Jay and ID were dedicated to putting out something great, rather than something that would get a ton of streams and play on the radio. As I began to listen more, the writing is now what truly sticks out to me. Jay has spit not only his best verses in years, but possibly some of his best verses of his career. I truly believe the final verse on Smile is top 3 for him of all time. The double entendres, his delivery, his subject matter, his flows, his rhyme schemes… It’s easily his most vulnerable, open, and personal album he’s ever made. Like, is a beautifully written song that invites you into one of the most personal and embarrassing topics Jay could speak on, and yet he does it in such a tasteful, humble way that I can’t help but admire it. Rap is a young man’s genre, and Jay has shown how you can still have it well into your 40s, and this is why he’s one of the greatest to ever do it. His topics of fatherhood, marital hardships, finances, and the legacy he’s leaving all display a high level of self awareness and acceptability of his position in music at this point, and I’m happy he decided to put out an honest album, rather than jump on the latest trend and make radio hits. I’m so happy with this album, and I think it will only get better with time. I was planning on writing my favorite and least favorite songs by the end of this post but I realized I can’t do it, every song on here is phenomenal on it’s own. I’m struggling not to give this a 10/10, because I really don’t want to seem like I’m overhyping this, so I’ll give it a 9.5/10 due to the album just coming out. I guess it struggles from the fact that there is a lack of any intro or outdo feeling to it, but that’s me being picky and looking for an issue. And to this day, I never thought Jay was going to make an album with even half the quality that his top three have. But has snuck it’s way to being in my top 3 Jay albums, and if this album ages as well as I think it’s going to, I won’t be surprised if it becomes my favorite Jay-Z album of all time. Reminder: Official Discussion threads, held a week after the album drops, are held to a higher quality standard than First Impressions threads. Any parent/top-level comments that are less than 140 characters will be deleted. Try to expand on why you feel what you feel about the album. In addition, any comments that are just memes or low effort jokes will be deleted. See the Guidelines on the sidebar for more info on the sub's rules. I have Family Feud, Bam and Moonlight on repeat all the time, I just want to point out that "Amen" by Beyoncé is the most beautiful Amen i have ever heard, jesus christ I dislike that Beyoncé part it's way too dramatic and takes away from the song like I don't wanna listen to that I want to listen to rap but she has that little interlude thing that goes no where and it's OKOkay this is gonna be kinda long, but I have a lot of thoughts about this album... And coming off of the huge disappointment that Magna Carta was, I didn’t have very high hopes when I heard Jay was in the works with a new album a couple years ago. I think this album was exactly what it needed to be, and I have a lot of respect for Jay for that reason. It could have been bloated, or pandering to those who just want an album with bangers and hits, or just a "response" to what Beyonce exposed about him in Lemonade, but instead we get a more complex look at him introspectively. Jay-Z has always had his unanimous Top 3 albums, which practically everyone agrees with in some variation of this order: Reasonable Doubt, The Blueprint, and The Black Album. However, my hype slowly began to rise when he came out with some great features in 2016 (All The Way Up Remix, I Got The Keys, and Drug Dealers Anonymous were all phenomenal). I naturally have to get somewhat excited when I hear a new Jay album is around the corner, so while I didn’t want to disappoint myself again, I followed every update for this album and anticipated it for months. The commercials capitalized on the hype for me, and when I heard that Adnis snippet (bought the physical yesterday easily the best bonus track), I threw my common sense out the window and decided that this was going to be the album by the post-age 40 Jay-Z album that I’ve been waiting for. I don’t believe this is hype or recency bias either. A week in and I’ve only fallen in love with the album more, and after about 50 or so listens (Easy to do when the album is a mere 38 minutes) I’ve found more and more things to be wowed by through . deserves so much credit, he really brought his all for the album and I can tell they were both focused on exactly what they wanted the album to sound like. Right off the jump, the first listen got me to realize how great these beats are. They somehow blended together so many sound throughout hip hop to make timeless beats. Elements of soul, trap, 90s east coast, boom bap, funk, and reggae are all found throughout the masterpiece, and not one beat misses. I think eh album really benefitted from it’s running time, because it showed that Jay and ID were dedicated to putting out something great, rather than something that would get a ton of streams and play on the radio. As I began to listen more, the writing is now what truly sticks out to me. Jay has spit not only his best verses in years, but possibly some of his best verses of his career. I truly believe the final verse on Smile is top 3 for him of all time. The double entendres, his delivery, his subject matter, his flows, his rhyme schemes… It’s easily his most vulnerable, open, and personal album he’s ever made. Like, is a beautifully written song that invites you into one of the most personal and embarrassing topics Jay could speak on, and yet he does it in such a tasteful, humble way that I can’t help but admire it. Rap is a young man’s genre, and Jay has shown how you can still have it well into your 40s, and this is why he’s one of the greatest to ever do it. His topics of fatherhood, marital hardships, finances, and the legacy he’s leaving all display a high level of self awareness and acceptability of his position in music at this point, and I’m happy he decided to put out an honest album, rather than jump on the latest trend and make radio hits. I’m so happy with this album, and I think it will only get better with time. I was planning on writing my favorite and least favorite songs by the end of this post but I realized I can’t do it, every song on here is phenomenal on it’s own. I’m struggling not to give this a 10/10, because I really don’t want to seem like I’m overhyping this, so I’ll give it a 9.5/10 due to the album just coming out. I guess it struggles from the fact that there is a lack of any intro or outdo feeling to it, but that’s me being picky and looking for an issue. And to this day, I never thought Jay was going to make an album with even half the quality that his top three have. But has snuck it’s way to being in my top 3 Jay albums, and if this album ages as well as I think it’s going to, I won’t be surprised if it becomes my favorite Jay-Z album of all time.

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