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Trying to explain the genre-less nature of XXXTENTACION, David Byrne, and Jack White's latest albums | Podcasts | Musicphiles | LIVING LIFE FEARLESS

Trying to explain the genre-less nature of XXXTENTACION, David Byrne, and Jack White’s latest albums

We're back and this time we're discussing a lot of notable happenings in music like Tekashi 6ix9ine's interview where he gets the better of the usually on point Charlamagne, Drake, Snoop Dogg, and SoundCloud rap's first number ones, and Cardi B finally giving a release date for her debut album. We then question if it's still right to listen to R. Kelly's music despite the seemingly neverending string of sexual abuse allegations. And end things by giving our thoughts and reactions to the latest albums from XXXTENTACION, David Byrne, and Jack White, and struggle to explain the genre-less nature of them all....
xxxtentacion - ? | Reactions | LIVING LIFE FEARLESS

xxxtentacion – ? Reaction

XXXTENTACION said his goal was to show his versatility on this project and although a lot of the stuff here is watered down representations of said genres, his talent is undeniable and his renditions turned out better than I ever would have expected. Now most of it feels like teasers/unfinished versions with only two tracks going over 3 minutes, but sonically there's more than enough here to keep me coming back. ? is as enigmatic a project as XXXTENTACION is as an artist but there's an undeniable draw to it and to him that continues to surprise....

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