Bloom [CD] [PA]

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95% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (71 out of 75)

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  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Really good album, really unexpected

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    ImpactPlayrV
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    4/5stars Why not 5? Well, thee are a few duds on this album Wake+Bake and Cant Walk ar complete throw away trash. Wake and bake is what has become the typical ode to pot smoking that seems to be on ever last rap album. It was generic and expected. Can't walk on the other had was a HIGHLY experimental track..but it just misses. I applaud MGK for trying it..but it doesn't work. It's an assault on the ears. Other tracks like The Gunner, Trap Paris, Moonwalkers are exactly the type of song that made MGK famous! Rally good songs, but they lack the catchiness of some of his older stuff like Wildboy, And Cleveland. If you like classic MGK( the more hard, party type rap) then these tracks will stand out to you. the Radio Play songs ....We have all heard the lead single off this album, Bad Things, at this point. Solid radio play song that tells a story. But there are a couple others on the Cd that are TRULY OUTSTANDING that deserve radio play. GO FOR BROKE may be my favorite song on this album. It's a radio play style song with a great message. It has a great tempo and beat. And switches from chorus to rap verse seamlessly. AT MY BEST also seems to be made for radio song and it deserves to be played on the air. Where MGK really shines on the album is when he BLOOMS as an artist. The Hardcord rapping kid from the east side of Cleveland give way to the hidden MGK...the kid who wants to not only be a rap star, but also a rock star. Kiss the sky, rehab, let you go, 27 are all fabulous songs! They all rely more heavily on MGK's ability to belt out grunge style vocals over his rap ability and they absolutely succeed in that. MGK has absolute grown and an artist since his Indy days and even more so sing Diddy and Bad Boy signed him. I must applaud them for allowing him to grow and change as an artist. MGK has always told stories in his music, but his delivery of that message has now changed. This album will not be for everyone. If you want nothing more then the hardcore wild boy of a rapper that MGK used to be your looking in the wrong place. If you are open to a change and and artist blossoming into something new and special then this is the right album for you.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    My Year to Bloom & I am 27

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    Bayken22
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    I love love love this Album of MGK! It is slightly more girly and us girls can sing vs try to spit his rap rock (don't get me wrong I will spit some rap) But I love that he expanded! I am so obsessed with this album because I chose to make this year about me and I consider that a "bloom" in self & I am 27 this year... an exact month younger than Gunner himself!, So Its feels like it was meant to be.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Lace Up!!!

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    WiddumQueso
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    My friend and I have been following MGK since we were in high school, WAYYY before he got radio-famous with "Bad Things." I have not heard the album yet but I am sure it'll be a great addition to his catalog. With Bloom, MGK is beginning to release albums more frequently.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    The more you listen the better

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    Itza
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    This is a much different album from his last one. His last one I liked right off the bat. The usual rap album. This one was more pop/rock influenced. I honestly only liked 3 song at first. After giving it a better listen. I now enjoy the majority of the songs.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Better than most

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    Comedylover
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    I am relatively new to MGK, but the "Gunna" can bring it at times much like the ones that laid the foundation before him (Eminem, Yelawolf, Lil Dickey). The beats knock and the vocals, while not my favorite, blend well with the rest.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

    not his best work

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    thejackyltm
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    it seems like he went and tried to take the Yelawolf route with a more guitar gritty sound, and it just doesnt work for him. too slow and drawn out. very rushed. disappointed

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

    I didn't know I was buying a emo cd

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    crose
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    What happened to MGK?? This album is so disappointing on so many levels.. The only song he actually raps on is the Gunner and that's just a poor man's version of Alpha Omega..

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    You NEED this

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    caseydia
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    Do you like hip-hop with a meaning? Do you like not only memorable beats, but a real message encased in the lyrics? If you answered yes, you need to purchase this album.

    I would recommend this to a friend




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