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Spillage Village are looking like clones

Atlanta alternative rap posse Spillage Village brought us Bears Like This, and then Bears Like This Too, and now they have Bears Like This Too Much (an EP) for our listening pleasure. Through the years, the guys have been closely involved with city-mates Earthgang, who show up on the EP more than once. Let’s take a look inside. Memories of being poor are recalled in “Can’t Call it,” as blues rapping rules and J. Cole croons, yet at this point Spillage Village need to distinguish themselves from Earthgang and similar artists more so. Over swanky jazz, the youngsters explain how they do things where they’re from in “Yellow Snow Freestyle,” and in a vocal (imitation?) style that smells of Chance The Rapper, they discuss probs with the police in “Voodoo.” Over eerie street horns in “Outside,” they repeat “a n*gga not violent ’til police come,” but what of black on black violence in which police are not involved? The rest continues just like this until “Willow Tree,” which is saved for warm kindly rapping, suitable for a closer. Bears Like This Too Much has unfortunately typical street rap themes (there is mention here and there of gun-packing and gun-using because of felt/compelled necessity), and in the group’s freestyle/ad-lib speaking style, the waters get a little muddy, hazy and murky. Also, you can hardly make out one member from another so there is meager uniqueness even within the collective. In general, they put greater importance on style-blending and trendy audio/vocal textures over substance and lessons, the latter being very few and far between. Bears might like this but not many humans will.



Not for the hipsters...

Unique bounce this album. From someone who comes from the boom bap era who can appreciate the unorthodox blend. The lyricism is there and the production is there. This album is like a dog whistle for heads that hipsters can't hear. Dope. Keep it coming.

Bears Like This Too Much, Spillage Village
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  • $8.99
  • Genres: Hip-Hop/Rap, Music
  • Released: Dec 02, 2016
  • Parental Advisory

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