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Lupe Fiasco: Lasers

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    1. Letting Go
    featuring Sarah Green
    Producer: The Future
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    2. Words I Never Said
    featuring Skylar Grey
    Producer: Alex Da Kid
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    3. Till I Get There
    Producer: Needlz
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    4. I Don't Wanna Care Right Now
    featuring MDMA
    Producer: the Audibles
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    5. Out Of My Head
    featuring Trey Songz
    Producers: Miykal Snoddy; Wonda
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    6. The Show Goes On
    Producer: Kane Beatz
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    7. Beautiful Lasers (2 Ways)
    featuring MDMA
    Producer: The Future
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    8. Coming up
    featuring MDMA
    Producer: The Future
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    9. State Run Radio
    featuring Matt Mahaffey
    Producer: The Future
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    10. Break The Chain
    featuring Eric Turner; Sway
    Producer: iSHi
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    11. All Black Everything
    Producers: Wizzo Buchanan; Cory Buchanan
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    12. Never Forget You
    featuring John Legend
    Producers: Wonda; Syience
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    1 Star
    Name: (Posted: 4/8/2012 9:52:00 AM; Partial IP: 71.223.235)
    Location: Bolder
    Comment: Garbage, plain and simple.
    Name: (Posted: 4/18/2011 6:52:00 AM; Partial IP: 72.176.164)
    Location: from NC, now in Los Angeles
    Comment: Yo Jeneral, I like that Blu & Exile "Til We Die"... You know I gotta drop one of mine though... NEWEST HOT TRACK OF THE WEEK (that may get blackballed by the UGHH community, but it's HOT FIRE, so I'ma mention it anyway!)----> Pusha T - "Open Your Eyes"
    Name: (Posted: 4/18/2011 6:45:00 AM; Partial IP: 72.176.164)
    Location: from NC, now in Los Angeles
    Comment: Here's a nice quotable, one time for ya mind----> "...So beware what's on the airwaves / And be MORE aware of what's NOT gettin' air play / Independent spirits, you can barely hear what THEY'RE sayin' / Truth ain't gettin on like shampoo on an airplane / Propaganda's everywhere, constantly on replay / All the hits, all the time, back to back on relay / WE'RE really where it lives, make them hear the records WE play / Build your OWN station, become your OWN DJ!!!" - courtesy of Lupe Fiasco's Lasers... Are you NOT entertained?!!! LOL This cat's rappin for Y'ALL n*ggaz!
    Name: (Posted: 4/12/2011 2:02:00 AM; Partial IP: 250.222.38)
    Location: Japan (reppin'G.A.)
    Comment: Elzhi+Blu+Lupe+9th Wonder+Von can dream right?
    Name: (Posted: 4/10/2011 9:35:00 PM; Partial IP: 250.222.38)
    Location: Japan (reppin' G.A.)
    Comment: DOPE TRACK OF THE WEEK!!! Blu and Exile-Til' We Die
    Name: (Posted: 4/6/2011 9:12:00 PM; Partial IP: 250.222.38)
    Location: Japan (reppin' G.A.)
    Comment: I hear your point J but I can't say Laser's is people's uneasiness to adjust to change cause GO GO GADGET FLOW, GO BABY, AND DUMB IT DOWN didn't sound like anything I had ever heard from Styles P, Nas, Busta, or Talib if you catch my drift. Even Superstar was different or a change in hip-hop music so to speak! THE COOL was a dope album cause it was different but dope at the same time. I know bruh is just a man but maybe I hold dude to a higher standard cause to me Lupe is in the category of DIFFERENT BUT DOPE and I think that's why dude stands out so well. LASERS should've been what THE COOL was, DIFFERENT BUT DOPE as opposed to just being DIFFERENT. I hope Lu's next album will be fire just like FOOD AND LIQUOR and THE COOL was. Maybe I'm asking too much but as a fan of the Chi-town spitta I expect nothing less from Lu!
    5 Stars
    Name: (Posted: 4/6/2011 5:12:00 AM; Partial IP: 72.176.164)
    Location: from NC, now in Los Angeles
    Comment: Nah Jeneral, I don't think it's a matter of whether Lasers is commercial or not... It's more like people's uneasiness to adjust to change. I personally have no problem with (in fact, I would ENCOURAGE) my favorite MC's to stay versatile and try out new styles of production and tempo. The Cool album was much darker in tone compared to his first... And in record sales, it did better than Food & Liquor all due to the promotion of his lead single "Superstar"... The Cool is STILL my favorite album of Lupe's overall, but "Superstar" was my LEAST favorite track on it! Good song, but it stood out like a sore thumb compared to the rest. I think "Paris, Tokyo", "Streets on Fire", and "Little Weapon" deserved more mainstream rotation. (Don't sleep on "Paris, Tokyo"... That hook is a clever concept, referring to the actual PICTURE of his girl that he keeps with him while traveling... Not too many people catch onto that...) And I know that's simply a difference of opinion, but take a look at the Lasers album and notice which ones are gettin more promotion... You got "The Show Goes On" (my LEAST favorite on Lasers) and also "Out Of My Head" (a track I do like, but IS club-oriented) And while those represent the leading singles for Lasers, I will bet EVERYTHING I LOVE that Atlantic Records will not promote the trillest songs up here... Songs like "Words I Never Said", "All Black Everything", "Beautiful Lasers"... LOL I can damn near GUARANTEE you will NEVER hear "State Run Radio" actually being played ON THE RADIO!!! So can you really blame Lupe for that? Those tracks are powerful concept-wise, and like "Shining Down" and "I'm Beamin", will get squatted on. THAT RIGHT THERE is my biggest beef with the release of Lasers, but I do not think it kills the quality of the actual music. Collectively, Lasers is more upbeat and brings a positive energy to today's dark times of war and stagnant economy. I back up Lupe Fiasco 100% because of that...
    Name: (Posted: 4/3/2011 9:51:00 PM; Partial IP: 250.222.38)
    Location: Japan (reppin' G.A.)
    Comment: Yo that's weird, I was just reading Jacob's comment on how Laser's is more mainstream and a few people who commented on the album said almost the same thing. After looking back I'd almost have to say THE COOL was too. I mean Superstar with Matthew Santos was a dope song but (lol) now that I think of it the commercialism of that one song in particular spread throughout pop culture like a B.E.P song. They palyed Superstar for the NBA commercials, the WWE, women on the runway, etc. In fact I wouldn't even say Lasers brought Lupe to the forefront of the mainstream. The heads dig FOOD AND LIQUOR, hell a lot of the little skateboard kids back in my hood was killin' Kick, Push when it first came out. Lupe's music was always more of an enigma to me as far as a category cause when you tried to put the shit into one, you realize that his music could appeal to everyone and almost different genres beside hip-hop. I'd almost go as far as to say that the only thing that seperates Lu from commercial and mainstream acts like the Black Eyed Peas is that Lu is a lyricist and he can rap over production and music to that of the Black Eyed Peas. I aint really a fan of their music and all that pop shit they do either but that's just me man. The mainstream new Lu when FOOD AND LIQUOR was buzzing. We (the heads) knew him from his first album and his dope ass mixtapes. But I don't think it was until THE COOL when he started becoming more of a household name in terms of hip-hop music and pushing the envelope past hip-hop music. In 2008 I went to this modeling show for my girl and they was bumpin' the hell out of Paris, Tokyo by Lupe on the runway. Not one of my favs but man those modeling chicks love that shit lol. The dude is too good an artist to make an album this low in standard in my opinion, everything sounds the same on Lasers.
    3 Stars
    Name: (Posted: 3/27/2011 7:28:00 PM; Partial IP: 250.222.38)
    Location: Japan (reppin' G.A.)
    Comment: J-Aura man don't even waste your breath fam cause lil' buddy obviously don't even know what the fuck he's talkin' about...maybe he just wanted to yap off at the mouth. Lupe's fan base is damn near everybody just like any other dope MC that the masses recognize. He did Superstar with Matthew Santos and has worked with a whole lot of other people outside his race. I'm black and I can clearly call the shots on that one and say that calling Lupe a "RAGING RACIST PIG"...lame-o Holden C what's really good and what the fuck was that even all about? Maybe you shouldn't "DUMB IT DOWN" so much on your comment. I aint dig the album that much either but Lupe is still the mafuckin' man and I can't even see how you call him a racist when he works with damn near everyone from different races and genres of music. I'ont think you know shit about hip-hop or maybe music in general.
    Name: (Posted: 3/27/2011 11:58:00 AM; Partial IP: 72.176.164)
    Location: from NC, now in Los Angeles
    Comment: "raging racist pig" LMAO Where in the hell did THAT come from?! Are you sure you popped in the LASERS album? lol I sure hope it ain't because of that song title "All Black Everything"... If so, you are WAY OFF target with your interpretation! We can chop that up right here... As soon as that cold breeze finishes blowing them lyrics WAY OVER your head! LOL Sorry I know I said wasn't gonna argue with people on this page, but I had to nip that last statement in the bud ASAP! Anybody who knows the morals that Lupe stands for KNOW that garbage sound ridiculous!
    1 Star
    Name: (Posted: 3/25/2011 7:29:00 AM; Partial IP: 137.137.19)
    Location: Wild y o
    Comment: Corny. Cheesy. Lack luster. Plus this boy is a raging racist pig.
    3 Stars
    Name: (Posted: 3/23/2011 1:54:00 PM; Partial IP:
    Location: Copenhagen
    Comment: Seriously 1 star!? come on, comparing this to food and liquor, is just dumb, giving this 1 star is like saying that beat, lyrics and overall production is garbage, and it is not, this is NOT food and liquor, nor is it like food and liquor, this is more mainstream, trying to reach out to a wider audience, with his political inspired lyrics. This is far from classical, but still a decent album, if you dont expect it to be heavy boom bap hip hop, because it isn't.
    3 Stars
    Name: (Posted: 3/21/2011 2:42:00 AM; Partial IP: 134.88.228)
    Location: Gonzales California,USa
    Comment: It is kinda of a let down. But on the brightside there are a couple decent songs;"All Black Everything,"Letting Go" are some of those songs in my opinion.
    Name: (Posted: 3/19/2011 11:13:00 PM; Partial IP: 42.111.164)
    Location: Underground
    Comment: This album isnt hip hop and its not the old lupe. he no pun intended tried to dumb it down. I listen to this cd alot and its not bad u just gotta get an open mind cause lupe has fire and I think every1 knos that
    Name: (Posted: 3/19/2011 3:20:00 PM; Partial IP:
    Location: tokyo
    Comment: Not good as I thought.Very pop sounds, not underground. I disappointed.
    2 Stars
    Name: (Posted: 3/17/2011 3:07:00 PM; Partial IP: 142.48.200)
    Location: Jennifer's Body
    Comment: usually I don't agree with J-Aura, but the two bonus tracks would have been the best two tracks on this album, shining down is the best lupe track i've heard since kick,push, the whole album made me feel like I was at a gay disco or I was just bored out of my mind from the wack ass choruses, not a good album by any means
    Name: (Posted: 3/16/2011 9:50:00 PM; Partial IP: 72.176.164)
    Location: from NC, now in Los Angeles
    Comment: I'm with you 100% on that, I hate seeing cats lose their original drive in the game... Kanye, though, is one artist that I think just changed styles. He had commercially driven concepts with experimental melodies on the beats. Production-wise, I don't think ever lost it, but I think he came back stronger than ever on his last release... concepts AND beats. As far as Lupe goes... "Lupe The Killer" YES!!! That and the song "Failure", classic shit... But take in consideration all the hot lyrical tracks he made just prior to Lasers... "Building Minds Faster", "Fire" with the Jimi Hendrix sample, the Enemy of the State mixtape... I just want people to not lose faith in great MC's so quick... It's impossible to please everybody
    Name: (Posted: 3/16/2011 7:56:00 PM; Partial IP: 250.222.38)
    Location: Japan (reppin' G.A.)
    Comment: Cool thought process and opinion on that and you're right cause lyrically Lu is a beast! Which is why I just felt like this album should have been more than what it was cause when I listen to Lu rap I'm hearing dude and you can play his shit back again and say damn that was a cool ass song! You listen to LUPE THE KILLA or the SITTIN' SIDEWAYZ he did with Jay and you be like DAMN!!! I think when I bought LASERS for some reason I was thinking about Kanye after I listened to it. Me and my man Big Davis just had a convo on Ye the other day and he was telling me how dope COLLEGE DROPOUT was when he first heard the album and he wishes Kanye still rapped the same and his swag was totally different. We all know that it did chnage due to his success but I think Ye's ego is also a big factor into it. I'm not as hyped up as I used to be about buying a Kanye album and it's mostly cause of his ego and Ye to me lost that hunger he had for production and beat making...I use to be excited to read an article on Ye cause all he talked about was beats, making beats, his favorite producers, and MPC's. Nowadays I don't even know what the fuck my man be talkin' about...Prada suits and eating fish eggs and shit. When he was making them fire ass beats for the Blueprint 1 and 2 albums and Roc-A-Fella still had Beans, Free, O, Sparks, Peedi, Chris and Neef man them boys had dope production when Ye was on the roster but all that's changed and I just hope the same doesn't happen to Lupe. I think what I'm really tryin' to say is that this is what all of us dislike in the underground community. And it's not the success for the artist cause we all want that for our favorite artist but I think when you start off with humble beginnings your music is more appreciated and felt. Yeah you can still make money and more power to you and I applaud Lu for his insight, cleverness, and creativity but I just hope this isn't the start of Lupe's music being different than dope. As always fam nice choppin' it up wit' ya J.U.-ICE
    Name: (Posted: 3/16/2011 3:01:00 AM; Partial IP: 72.176.164)
    Location: from NC, now in Los Angeles
    Comment: Yo Jeneral, Big Boi's "Somethin's Gotta Give" is a different case... He made that track just before he switched labels... LEGALLY he couldn't include that one or "Royal Flush"... But honestly, I can completely understand why some people feel like this release didn't live up to its anticipation... STILL , I'm confident enough in Lupe that he knows what he's doing... He's made a commercially successful album that not only shut the mouths of idiots who run his label, but also added more people to his fanbase... Those people who were clueless about his lyrical concepts NOW are aware... Everyone I ask outside this site really DIG this album, but then again... Los Angeles is technically POP central! I think I got money's worth with this, even though I feel The Cool was certified CLASSIC and this is a different shift in production style...
    3 Stars
    Name: (Posted: 3/15/2011 5:27:00 PM; Partial IP: 106.115.32)
    Location: dA bUrG, FL Chi-Town
    Comment: This album was kinda of a let down to me. All the wait for this album and for it to come out like this??? WTF SMH 3 stars for the dope lyrics but couldn't really get into the production. This album sounds like a B.E.P. album. I did buy the album and tried to give this a chance but I rather bump to that new R.E.K.S. album shit is classic.
    3 Stars
    Name: (Posted: 3/14/2011 10:08:00 PM; Partial IP: 232.233.69)
    Location: PA
    Comment: i like the production, but dood was a little to emo/news reporter/preacher on his subject matter. this would be a good travel cd. I personally think this album could have been great if it wasn't for all of the preaching.
    1 Star
    Name: (Posted: 3/14/2011 3:38:00 PM; Partial IP:
    Location: mass
    Comment: pffffff what happenned to this guy lol food and liquor was a classic, this is trash.
    Name: (Posted: 3/13/2011 9:59:00 PM; Partial IP: 250.222.38)
    Location: Japan (reppin' G.A.)
    Comment: J-Aura my dude you are absolutely correct as far as Lu's album not being that bad of a strain and yes he did get to say a lot of what he wanted which is exactly why in my opinion Lupe had total creative control on this album and how he wanted to push it out to the masses. To me I'm Beaming not being on the album was just totally lazy. You ever notice how when album's drop dope singles and the album get's pushed back then the single's aint even on the album? Look at Big Boi ft. Mary J. Blige "Something's Gotta Give" for example...deep and thought provoking song. But to me Lupe trying to keep this album all mysterious and shit didn't even help the album. Nobody heard most of the music from the album and I gotta agree with Serenejus because if I had heard this album before I bought it then I probably wouldn't have. I still support the artist and buy their albums versus downloading and bootlegging the shit, but that's just me. I can't necessarily say I can give this album 5 stars because it's Lupe because at the end of the day if I'm an MC, then I want my fans to salute me on the creative works of my album and be honest with me and my album if you truly are my fans. If it's hot, thank you but if the shit sucks then tell me so I can go back to the lab and figure out what I did different on this album. Cause I still gotta eat so if I aint producing shit my fans really no me for and they aint buying my album then I aint making no bread. Again you are correct because every artist does go through this phase (to me at least) in music making where they wanna do shit different and it's not their custom sound. I also understand change and while it is necessary don't confuse change with emotion. Most artist do shit different with their albums because their goin' thru something in their lives which reflects their music. Don't really know what Lu was goin' through and he seemed like he liked making this album, but I don't think most of his fans did. Bring heat on that next one Lupe cause we know you got it bruh!
    1 Star
    Name: (Posted: 3/13/2011 7:10:00 PM; Partial IP: .173.54.10)
    Location: NYC
    Comment: Straight up garbage.
    Name: (Posted: 3/11/2011 8:58:00 PM; Partial IP: .102.28.27)
    Location: los angeles
    Comment: J-aura u can be serious, no disrespect, but laser is garbage, water down kanye west style, good mc , horrible album, I wish I got a chance to listen to it first, I wouldn't of bought the album, and common sense legendary mc got all his album but that last joint universal whatever was garbage. Now mc's that's spitting nothing but fire, raekwon, ghost, guilty simpson, sean price, black milk, strong arm steady, twelib, mos def, the roots, even krs1 last album with true master, mf doom, I need that raw potent hip hop flow through my blood stream, shaolin vs wu, now that some ill shit 360 degrees
    5 Stars
    Name: (Posted: 3/11/2011 1:08:00 PM; Partial IP: 72.176.164)
    Location: from NC, now in Los Angeles
    Comment: You know what... I am aware of Lupe's label putting a strain on his album, but it wasn't THAT bad of a strain! Commercial production, yes... But he still got to say a lot of what he wanted in there. My only disappointment was the two first songs Lupe released for this album that got held back as iTunes bonus tracks - "Shining Down" and "I'm Beamin"... Two of the illest tracks that didn't make the cut. You can call it "pop-sounding" if you go in expecting high-lyricals like The Cool album... But it's a new day. To dig this album, you have to go in KNOWING Lupe is already a lyrical genius (not some new upcomer) and just enjoy upbeat music. Every MC in the industry goes through something like this at some point in their career... When I first listened to Common's commercial-sounding Universal Mind Control album, I didn't expect to be blown away on the lyrical level because I already know Common is an ill MC. I liked it because I enjoy good music, period. The same with The Roots' Tipping Point album or Eminem's Recovery album... I give this 5 stars just because it's Lupe, but judge the album open-mindedly... If you are looking for classic Lupe, IT'S THERE! "Till I Get There", "Beautiful Lasers", "All Black Everything"... And also, the mainstreamers have something hot as well... "Out of My Head", "I Don't Wanna Care Right Now", "Break The Chain"... Overall, I ain't gon keep arguing the case, cuz the music speaks for itself. Deep concepts over commercial production equals dope music nevertheless...
    1 Star
    Name: (Posted: 3/11/2011 12:52:00 AM; Partial IP: 229.230.93)
    Location: toronto
    Comment: no good. not good at all. anyways, im gonna go listen to some reks new album. that my friends, was good.
    1 Star
    Name: (Posted: 3/9/2011 5:35:00 PM; Partial IP: 04.107.188)
    Location: ubiquitous
    Comment: this is simply 'MUSIC' FOR SHALLOW PEOPLE WHO THINK THAT THEY'RE DEEP... supposed to be different shit but sounds exactly like everything else in the pop world full of shitty autotune and atrocious r&b hooks... MOTHERFUCKER YOU AIN'T SAYIN SHIT AND REAL HEADS DON'T EVER FORGET THAT TRIBE SHIT POSER
    5 Stars
    Name: (Posted: 3/9/2011 3:34:00 AM; Partial IP: 108.80.115)
    Location: reg
    Comment: production far to lupe fiasco but lyrically kills
    1 Star
    Name: (Posted: 3/8/2011 9:14:00 PM; Partial IP:
    Location: Seattle, WA
    Comment: beats and hooks were killing this album. and i'm not going to support an album Lupe himself didnt approve of. plus, did I say the beats were bad? yea, they suck. also, the beats were wack. plus... it also had lame instrumentals. i'm not into this electro pop shit. I still got love for Lupe Fiasco though. make the right choice though. skip this one and cop Raekwon's new album.
    3 Stars
    Name: (Posted: 3/8/2011 5:08:00 PM; Partial IP: 06.251.185)
    Location: From Baltimore
    Comment: I like this album, while I would have love to see a bit more grit on the production, Lasers kind of spelled out what to expect. Yeah this may not be "The Cool," or "Food & Liquor," but it has a smooth tone to it still. Overall, its a good album. The message in his bars, I agree with Sent, dude is on point.
    3 Stars
    Name: (Posted: 3/8/2011 3:10:00 PM; Partial IP: .1.116.197)
    Location: CHICAGO
    3 Stars
    Name: (Posted: 3/8/2011 3:54:00 AM; Partial IP: 231.16.157)
    Location: Glendale
    Comment: dissapointing album thought I would be as dope as the first two.
    Name: (Posted: 3/7/2011 11:26:00 PM; Partial IP: 250.222.38)
    Location: Japan (reppin' G.A.)
    Comment: Been waiting for this album forever and a day now and I gotta say I was very dissapointed with this one...guess I had my hopes up a lil' too high. Shit seemed rushed and very pop oriented. Wish Lu could've had something in there cool and dope, not necessarily hard (cause that aint Lu) but something dope as fuck like SuperStar, Gold Watch, and Dumb It Down was on "THE COOL". Regardless this won't be the last time I buy anything from my boy just wish he had something memorable on this album that I could fuck with.
    Name: (Posted: 3/7/2011 2:44:00 PM; Partial IP:
    Location: stockholm, sweden
    Comment: I have not said anything yet because I wanted to hear it first before I diss this album.
    Name: (Posted: 3/5/2011 9:01:00 AM; Partial IP: 72.176.164)
    Location: from NC, now in Los Angeles
    Comment: Yeah, I thought there would be more people talkin about this highly anticipated release... Lupe was gettin straight SQUATTED ON by his label last year!!! Hands down, Lupe Fiasco is the best new generation lyricist (coming up in the 2000s decade) Fuck ya hardcore underground "allegiance"... This cat's been nasty ever since his mixtape days of Fahrenheit 1/15!!!
    Name: (Posted: 3/4/2011 2:54:00 PM; Partial IP: .187.194.3)
    Location: plfd nj
    Comment: no audio 4 days b4 it drops????? I have a feeling Joel from NZ is right on. this album getting no promotion,only heard 1 or 2 songs,and I dont like them.
    Name: (Posted: 3/2/2011 2:17:00 AM; Partial IP: 69.243.100)
    Location: New Zealand
    Comment: Ya'll are gunna be disappointed.
    Name: (Posted: 2/18/2011 1:53:00 PM; Partial IP: 104.46.194)
    Location: hip hop's soul
    Name: (Posted: 1/31/2011 10:58:00 PM; Partial IP: .16.144.98)
    Location: illinois
    Comment: This album is going to be dirty!First album I will buy in a while
    Name: (Posted: 1/27/2011 9:33:00 PM; Partial IP: 111.215.45)
    Location: California
    Comment: I Cant wait till this album drop for about a year now..
    Name: (Posted: 1/25/2011 9:50:00 PM; Partial IP: 56.210.194)
    Location: Oxanrd, Ca.
    Comment: I can't wait for this album to drop.
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