@rio_0fficial has released his latest album entitled Back in TIm3. This most recent installment contains content never before disclosed by the young artist, Accompanied by soulful and charismatic instrumentation you can’t help but recognize the growth of his lyricism and the development of his own unique sound especially if you’ve followed his previous work. There are so many fascists to this project it’s difficult to quantify into words or a single genre. This 8 track compilation can and should heard today right now the link is in my bio. #newalbum#newmusic#clickthelink#detroit#linkinbio#culture#rap#backintim3#music
James Blake’s latest album, Assume Form, came out today. His first studio album in three years was worth the wait, as evidenced in this compelling and perfect set of tracks that re-establishes Blake as one of R&B’s most progressive figures. The album begins with the stunning “Assume Form”, with Blake setting textures over rhythm in motion, creating an atmospheric setting which is pretty, but forceful as well, with his soulful voice adding into the mix. Metro Boomin’s production hits a new career high with “Mile High” and “Tell Them”, which both destroy musical standards with Blake’s assuring vocals mixing in with ambient trap sounds. Travi$ Scott and Moses Summey’s guest appearances also are fantastic, with both artists sounding as chilling as ever. Blake’s ambition continues to carry on the avant-soul of “Into The Red” and “Barefoot In The Park”, which are absolutely gorgeous and boundary-pushing as well. The album’s experimental tendencies continue on “Can’t Believe The Way We Flow”, with it’s chaotic instrumental mixing in with the confusion expressed in Blake’s heartbreak. “Are You In Love?” continues to deliver on this album’s conceptual themes, with electronic soundscapes once again supplying Blake’s nearly-heavenly singing. “Where’s The Catch?” might be the darkest track on Assume Form, with Andre 3000 delivering an absolutely exceptional verse, meshing with Blake’s cloudy vocals extremely well, behind superficial production. “I’ll Come Too” is the most pleading track on here, with the heartbreak in Blake’s voice blazing as overwhelmingly as ever. “Don’t Miss It” is charmingly hallow, with it’s desperation remaining hopeful on the album’s penultimate track, where Blake’s vocals simply come alive. The closing track “Lullaby For My Insomniac”, is a haunting ending, with it’s psychedelic aesthetic blending in well with Blake’s harmonies as the album closes. Assume Form isn’t an R&B album, it’s an album that shatters every musical stereotype to create something oblique but gorgeously unprecedented in it’s mix of ambient electronics and chilly soul, just like classics such as Kid A, Vespertine, and Blonde. This is simply beautiful, and absolutely essential. A+
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