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Following an overwhelmingly popular crowdsourcing campaign, De La Soul’s latest album reaffirms a tradition of boundlessly imaginative hip-hop. The veteran trio manages to spin childlike hilarity and forlorn insight into songs that revel in psych rock, disco-funk breaks, and live instrumentation. De La’s immunity to dullness is mirrored in the eclectic guest list—the icing on an album that turns musical ambition into a dizzyingly fun ride.

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A massive disappointment

I've loved every De La album. But this is no De La album. It's a patchwork of ideas that don't work well together. It's an album that makes it seem that De La are guest stars on their own album. Some have said this is the return of De La. I can't believe that this is the follow up to the amazing Grind Date album. Preview before you buy or you might regret the purchase. But Pain though...that song is amazing.

Thank you

Thank you De La Soul for making dope album...nuff said...treat yourself and don't cheat the album


Well worth the wait.De La Soul proves ounce again that hip hop needs a real wake up call and this is it.Lyrics matter stops settling for these trap clones lyrics matter and great music should be remembered.This project is another chapter in there catalog and I'm loving it.


Formed: 1987 in Amityville, NY

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

At the time of its 1989 release, De La Soul's debut album, 3 Feet High and Rising, was hailed as the future of hip-hop. With its colorful, neo-psychedelic collage of samples and styles, plus the Long Island trio's low-key, clever rhymes and goofy humor, the album sounded like nothing else in hip-hop. Where most of their contemporaries drew directly from old-school rap, funk, or Public Enemy's dense sonic barrage, De La Soul were gentler and more eclectic, taking in not only funk and soul, but also...
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