The Amazing Experimental Art of Cherry Bomb

Opening with loud, messy, distorted production, "Cherry Bomb" is considered Tyler, The Creator’s most “experimental” album. Most of the album follows a similar format as the first track “Deathcamp” with distorted guitar chords and production over vocals, to the point where the vocals are inaudible in some tracks. For example, the song “Cherry Bomb," you…
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Frank Ocean’s “Channel Orange” May Be One Of The Greatest R&B Debuts Ever

  With Frank’s storytelling of romance, drug addiction, and luxury, over Stevie Wonder style keyboard instrumentals and smooth, breezy production, “Channel Orange” is very much a grander form of his debut mixtape “Nostalgia, Ultra."   On the single “Thinkin Bout You”, which inspired the “A potato flew around my room” vine, Frank reflects on a…
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Flower Boy

Arguably the best album to come from Tyler, The Creator, “Flower Boy” is colorfully produced, well written, and much more meaningful than his past work. Tyler explores themes of loneliness, isolation, outgrowing his friends, and his sexuality. With a number featured artists like Frank Ocean, Estelle, and Lil Wayne, the album takes you on a…
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