MIXTAPE REVIEW: “I Don’t Know” – Yung Llama

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Yung Llama's new album is now available for listening online.

Yung Llama's new album is now available for listening online.

Kaylee Papapetrou

Kaylee Papapetrou

Yung Llama's new album is now available for listening online.

Lee Peters, Writer, Social Media Director

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Yung Llama’s new mixtape “I Don’t Know” hit the web on Wednesday, and let me tell you, it’s fire.

It starts off slow and smooth with  “Listen 2 my Mixtape”, an emotional track about the struggles of an aspiring rapper trying to get the recognition they deserve. The piano provides a great intro. to the opening track of the mixtape and a great segue into the second.

Things take a turn to the trap when “Coleslaw” comes on. The beat accompanies a very true statement that coleslaw is nasty. That’s just my personal opinion but it’s a fact that this song goes hard.

“Trap Buddies”, because who doesn’t need a friend to join them in the trap? A rap about Ravioli, Beefaroni, Spaghetti and Jetties, and the struggle. A true classic as soon as play is hit. An interlude leading to a surreal slow-mo section ties off one of the most lit songs of 2015.

My personal favorite is “Everybody.” The beat is slow and the mood chill, the chorus speaks the truth. If you listen to one song on this mixtape, make it this one. You will not be disappointed.

“H2O” is another great one, a scientific rap about the significance of water. The chemical makeup of the force behind life is no laughing matter and the hood doesn’t joke around about science, they know what they are doing. H2O might be needed to help fight the fire of this mixtape.

A great instrumental interlude “House on the Burning Sun” is a brass medley going into the final song.

“PROM SONG”, the end of the mixtape, with over 700 plays, is a true classic of CHS. It needs no description. It is fire. Alcohol is bad for you. All facts.

 

I give this mixtape a 10/10, it is creative and extremely well made from  start to finish. Yung Llama hit it out of the park with this one.

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