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Album Review

The pop allure of pop-rap is easy to spot on Hoodie Allen's EP Americoustic, as these guitar-strumming versions of the hip-hopper's early work could smoothly bridge Jack Johnson and Sublime on any given mixtape. "No Faith in Brooklyn" makes the easiest transition from the studio to the campfire singalong circle with the first verse flowing like Coldplay, while the chorus alerts the listener this song is rap-sourced. Like many of the cuts here, that opening number swells into a full rock production, so don't read "Americoustic" as "raw" or "Unplugged." Still, these less thumping, less synthetic versions are great for Allen fans holding hangout afterparties as "Two Lips" wraps his best charm ("I try to make good music/Everybody that I meetin' is a doofus") and then crass swerve ("I'm tryin' to end up in that pussy like two lips") into something that's like a happening open-mike night at The Shameless Millennial Coffee Stop. Good times, but best after fully digesting Hoodie's studio-based All American EP.

Customer Reviews


Shows more sides to him that make him a better artist. This is dope!

I'm feeling it

Points for ingenuity! Talk about taking a risk. It's unconventional but it works and the talent might as well hit you in the face


As always Hoodie brings his best. Can't except anything less!


Born: August 19, 1988 in Plainview, NY

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '10s

Putting a bit more pop into the pop-rap of folks like Asher Roth and Sam Adams, rapper Hoodie Allen went from Internet favorite to charting artist with the release of his 2012 EP All American. Born Steven Markowitz and raised on Long Island, Hoodie was frat-rap from the beginning, having met producer RJF during an Alpha Epsilon Pi-hosted party at the University of Pennsylvania. The two would release the street albums Bagels & Beats and Making Waves and win MTV's Best Music on Campus Award in 2009,...
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