Veteran (studio album) by JPEGMAFIA
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Veteran is ranked as the best album by JPEGMAFIA.
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The tracks on this album have an average rating of 77 out of 100 (all tracks have been rated).
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This album is rated in the top 4% of all albums on BestEverAlbums.com. This album has a Bayesian average rating of 76.8/100, a mean average of 76.0/100, and a trimmed mean (excluding outliers) of 77.0/100. The standard deviation for this album is 16.4.
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I was wrong. This is overall great. I just wish it was a bit more concise.
So much style and energy packed into every song. The first five or so songs are unreal but a good deal of the middle portion is out there. Nobody does it like Peggy.
I was really disappointed by this. Peggy is a really great rapper, but the production is pretty bad. At times it's really lackluster, and when it's not it's really over the top.
Can we all just appreciate the fact that a user named "ThisCharmingMan" gave this album the lowest possible score? Wonder if it has anything to do with the Morrissey track lmfaooo.
But no joke, this is my personal favorite hip hop album of all time. I think this is what the future of hip hop is. Raw, abrasive, energetic -- lyrically in your face, punk ethos, political -- experimental, industrial, loud, borrowing from all sorts of sources -- sounds like it was birthed in the darkest corners of the internet.
Right now, rap is in its creative prime. Sure there were great lyricists in the 90s but the instrumental experimentation is at its height. And for me this album is the culmination of decades of hip hop artistic momentum.
Man this is dope as fuck. Underwhelming verses at times and rather bloated, but it has some of the best beats in the game
The feel that I get from this album is that although his experimentation works and It is quite a banger, there is a lot here that needs to be enchanced, especially on the more basic aspects of hip-hop.
I think there is a lot of potential here.
Because sometimes we do not care anymore about Migos news, we feel like we're talking about K-dot because we have to, and we think that this American hip-hop never seemed also absent, we need a guy like Barrington Hendricks, aka JPEGMAFIA. Peggy's music is first and foremost a very special atmosphere, between irony and violence. Listening to this album, I had the impression to get into the mind of a real genius. Jpegmafia writes all his songs, he produces his own samples by screaming in a microphone or by striking objects. Everything is recorded, produced and mixed by him. And that makes the difference. And yet this originality does not make it enter the alternative rap box of Death Grips or Shabazz Palaces. His references are not those of experimental music or noise: his god is Ol 'Dirty Bastard. JPEGMAFIA will probably never be the new Kendrick Lamar. But he is making us demanding again with hip-hop.
Best track: "Baby I'm Bleeding"
This album has really interesting production and is pretty diverse, plus Peggy's rhymes are pretty dope. Keeps you on your seat until the end.
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