Tuesday, 18 June 2013

Ayo The Guardian

Petridis and Paul Lester need to ante-up before the Yeezus review runs later this week because Jim Farber from the New York Daily News just bit a whopping great chunk out of your whole swag :

"It presents Kanye as nothing less than the Johnny Rotten of his generation... The raw, dark and minimalist reliance on stabbing, bristling synths recalls a sound pioneered by acts like Ministry, Skinny Puppy and Nine Inch Nails 20 years ago. But it finds a hip-hop corollary for it and adds many serrated twists of its own, aided by key production from Daft Punk and Rick Rubin... In hip-hop terms, it’s the hardest-rocking work since the early ’90s peaks of Public Enemy and LL Cool J. It’s just the album it should be: a chutzpah classic."

5 comments:

step one said...

what a cunt

bradley said...

lmao

2SHIN said...

EVERY1 KNOWS WHYTE PPL GOT THE PATENT ON BEING SUBVERSIVE.

2SHIN said...

literally gonna dislike the album just cuz whyte ppl like it btw

Fredo Fantano said...

In the immortal words of Poison Clan : dat's a good enough reason!

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