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21 July 2012

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fff

great news for Frank. Looking forward to the full article.

Mel Smith

That's awesome.

reggieh

BRAVO Frank!

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Tiaj

Good for him, but I don't like a single song on the album. Weak beats, can't support it.

MarcusF

Weak beats? Another child who can't think outside of the realm of hip-hop. Your loss.

TheRevKev

Great album. Strong melodies. Ridiculously visual lyrics.

J in L.A.

Agreed w/ MarcusF.

Actually, I see it as an exposition that takes the hip-hop mentality (and language) to another level musically. But it is not limited to just hip-hop.
There's something that can speak to or for everybody on the album.

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'There Will Be Tears' is fierce.

QD

Lyrically this young man is brilliant. This is the first album in a very long time that I can actually listen to from beginning to end. Kudos to him. Stay in touch with your emotions Frank, it's definitely a good look.

J in L.A.

correction:

'There Will Be Tears' is from his earlier album
nostalgia,ULTRA.

From channelORANGE, 'Pyramids' stands out.

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