Another great album Since the first time I listened to them til now. Ak and Issa keep showing you why they're unique and the best in the world at what they do. Their music takes your mind on a journey through space and time. This along with there other album deserves a Grammy. UA nation
Their best album so far I've been following UA for a while along with the rest of Beast Coast and this is a very well planned and written album. In Phase I (the first half of the album), they touch very deep subjects such as their addictions and depression through their highschool years. They also kill some beats in Phase II which is more just them going hard and showing off their rapping abilities, amazing. This album is probably the best album by Issa and AK. Good instrumentals, great lyrics, and the best rappers. 47LIFESTYLE
Their most specific and conceptual album yet! I am truly digging this album. It reminds of Danny Brown's old in a way because of the two sides and different sounds and ideas presented in the sides. But both sides are connected and Issa and AK are lyrical and conscious. I dont want to give too much away but this album is about a simple scenario, two choices, one path. Very intriguing and one of my favs this year and my fav underachiever project. My one complaint is that they dont present new flows or new ideas and talk about Beast Coast too much. Dope!
Indigoism If you have been following UA for a while along with the rest of beast coast, you will know what to expect, and you will get just that. There are two people on these tracks; Issa Gold & AK. No Future feature, or BJ Chicago Kid feature. Just UA, and they complete their most intricate, creative, most well structured project yet. 47 for life.
Love this album but doesn't work? So mad please fix! I just signed up for the free trial on Google play to stream music and I click to listen to my favorite albums and it just trys to load then skips the song and trys to load the next one and fails again does anyone know how to fix this or can anyone help me with this please?
Where have you been all my life. Indigoism filled the void I had for conscious rap. I liked conscious rap from the past but I've heard nothing like Indigoism. Indigoism+Cellar Door = Evermore. Evermore is almost perfect for me. It has the lighter, jazzier, more personal conscious rap in the first half, then you have the darker side, bangers, that are mainly about killer flows, beats, and lyrics. This is by far my favourite album I've heard since the 90s tbch. UA for Life! Beast Coast for life, in honor of the Pro Steez we must PROceed. ┗╋┓