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Album Review

On their third album, Brokencyde deliver a more subdued effort that emphasizes “crunk” over “core” with Guilty Pleasure, a title that shows an odd sense of self-awareness from the band. The thing that stands out the most here is the noticeable reduction in the screamed vocals, maturing the band from a screamo/rap hybrid into more of a typical club rap group. Rest assured, though, nothing has changed lyrically. Brokencyde are just as into smoking blunts, popping bottles, and sharing their late-night freaky tales as they’ve ever been, so while the execution has changed, the content is still more or less the same as it has ever been. With songs like the hater-addressing “U Mad Bro?,” it’s clear that the bandmembers aren’t worried about making converts out of any of their naysayers, and instead are fine with making an album that’s aimed at their hardcore fans. Given how much Brokencyde seem to thrive on people hating them, that's probably exactly the way they want it.

Biography

Formed: 2007 in Albuquerque, NM

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Self-described "scene" kids from Albuquerque, New Mexico, Brokencyde (as in "broke inside") mix pop-rap, dance music, and some screamo vocals into a love-it-or-hate-it brew dubbed "crunk punk." Members Se7en, Mikl, Phat J, and Antz first unleashed this sound in 2007 on the indie release The Broken!, an album that bounced between intense screamo dance songs and emo power ballads with a bit of rap. In late 2008, the Suburban Noize label — home to the stoner rap group Kottonmouth Kings —...
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