WordsPlayed “Lfl1” Ep Review

We are here to talk about “LFL1” by Wordsplayed and Weather man. One of the things that I try to do always is always try to be honest yet not disrespectful. Fact of the matter is I was not a fan of this project. This project reminds me when you were a child and you went and played a lot of stuff like you jumped on a piano you didn’t care how it sounded you just was having fun. Or maybe you jumped in a studio and you just hummed and it made noises but really nothing came out but it was cool. This is exactly what I think of this project. He talked about how you went to a concert and he bought a bunch of merch and wore it all time and nobody else cares but just on a music level, I’m not judging this project based off of Christian values or C.H.H.. I am basing this project all full of pure music level and honestly with him releasing his project the same day as Kanye released his, I totally understand why he released a song called “whoopity scoop” and honestly that’s all he kept saying to the entire song and this project really reminds me of that. There were some bars in here, there were some lines that you had to rewind and kind of figure out what he was really talking about because he did it so well.

But overall this project was something that I kind of wanted to throw it out there and see if anybody would dig it. Now I need to judge it based off of what it is. He is in-fact or has been labeled a comedic rapper so therefore a lot of his stuff is funny and it’s not serious but I wasn’t a fan of clowntown but was better than this project. Somebody in the mainstream that does comedic rapping very well would be Little Dickie. The fact of the matter is not only is this stuff funny but he actually is very good at rapping and can out-rap some of these current rappers. So I know what it looks like to actually do it well but definitely keep it a Bill. This project was not good in my opinion maybe good to you guys but it was not good to me. I will say if I could pick out anything good definitely “Kanye cares” was catchy. “Synthesizer Sympathizer” wasn’t that catchy but could be a song that puts you in a little zone if you want to mellow out a little bit.

If there are people who liked this project put that in the comments, let us know what you all think.

Review by TheCrew`s Hiphop Corner: Your home for Christian HipHop. The hottest topics, Events, News, and Music Host of 7th & Reign and Host of the weekly show “The hiphop corner”