Produced by Pharrell

This industrial-leaning observe may nearly be mistaken for a Lifetime of Pablo-era Kanye beat—this is likely to be what Push meant about each producers' types bleeding into each other on the album. The heavy 808s, a pounding, repetitive pattern, and droning digital preparations make this sound just like the accompaniment to a nightclub scene in a Blade film. 5/5

“Dreamin of the Previous”

Produced by Kanye West

Donny Hathaway’s soulful cover of John Lennon’s “Jealous Man” types the bottom for this heat, nostalgic sounding report, hearkening again to Kanye’s early “chipmunk soul” manufacturing model. It’s among the best data on the album, although Kanye threatens to derail the entire thing with extra references to his divorce from Kim Kardashian on his temporary verse. 4.5/5

“Neck & Wrist”

Produced by Pharrell

“Neck & Wrist” is the strongest single on the album, conjuring reminiscences of the space-age drug rap that made Hell Hath No Fury a basic. Each Push and Jay stunt and shine on the majestic synths and pounding bass. It’s what you anticipate from the alchemy between Pharrell and Pusha T. 5/5

“Simply So You Keep in mind”

Produced by Kanye West

A way more atmospheric, moody report with an evocative bassline and pattern taken from Colonel Bagshot’s “Six Day War.” It isn’t notably affecting by itself however units the precise tone for Push’s subliminals and braggadaccio seemingly aimed on the complete music enterprise. Pure meat and potatoes. 3/5

“Food regimen Coke”

Produced by Kanye West & 88-Keys

This can be a enjoyable track and the form of factor Kanye does in his sleep. The concept of an “Previous Kanye” has at all times been a bit overstated, but it surely’s cool that Push’s gritty lyricism and avenue swagger steer Kanye again to his soulful roots as a producer. Nonetheless, one of many lesser beats on the album. 3/5

“Rock N Roll”

Produced by Kanye West & Pharrell

Humorous sufficient, arguably the weakest track on the album occurs to be the one the place the 2 producers be a part of forces. It’s not essentially due to Push and even the beat, which as soon as once more finds Kanye in his soul pattern vein with a slick flip of Beyoncé’s underrated album reduce “1+1.” However general this beat appears extra suited to somebody like Child Cudi, who handles hook obligation right here, than Pusha. 2/5

“Name My Bluff”

Produced by Pharrell

A really powerful beat to accommodate simply probably the most Robust Speak on the album. That is completely tailor-made for a summer time in your automobile simply riding around shining. 4/5

“Scrape It Off The High”

Produced by Pharrell

This can be a prime instance of Pharrell attempting to to assist Push increase his sonic palette, however the effervescent xylophone keys and melodic association serves Don Toliver and Uzi higher than the star. 2.5/5

“Hear Me Clearly”

Produced by Kanye West, ThaMyind, Luca Starz, & BoogzDaBeast

One other sturdy single, “Hear Me Clearly” additionally premiered on designer Nigo’s album from earlier this yr, I Know NIGO! The gothic violins and the economic drone give the track an motion film pace and sinister vitality that Push meets with absolute glee. 5/5


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