I really liked LUV vs The World 2 more than Eternal Atake. To me LUV vs The World 2 is an 8/10 and Im Just Out Here Trusting God shirt is more of a 5/10. I liked the Baby Pluto section of Eternal Atake the most and the production on the rest of the album is not my style.However LUV vs The World 2 was amazing. Myron, Lotus, Bean, and Yessirskiii is a great run of songs. I feel like every feature really hit it with Uzi on the album. I think that’s what Eternal Atake needed in my opinion. More features, it only had Syd.I am not a fan of the deluxe trend, and really hope it ends soon. It has been seeming like an easier way for artists to double their streams with b side quality songs.With that being said, Uzi vs the World 2 did it right. I prefer it SOOO much more than EA. It’s such a distinct sound change that you can actually consider them separate bodies of work. Uzi put much anticipated leaks like Bean, Lotus, Myron on the album which definitely helped its quality. Other artists don’t really have that going for them if they do a deluxe. The only other artist I could see pulling it off is Carti cuz of his anticipated leaks too.
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I really don’t like the double album deluxe wave that everyone’s on. sure if it was my all time favorite Im Just Out Here Trusting God shirt then i’d always welcome more music but when artists drop 40 songs within a week, it really makes it hard to understand the album and actually know all the songs.Amazing write up! Uzi and his music has meant so much to me ever since I found him as an 18 year old in 2016. I graduated high school/started college that year and when listening to LUV vs The World, The Perfect LUV Tape and some of the soundcloud tracks (Sub Zero, Buy It, and more) I always get that feeling of innocence and nostalgia from that year. When he dropped XO Tour Llif3, I had just broken up with my first serious girlfriend, and that track means so much to me. Fast forward to late 2018/early 2019, personal situations made things the darkest time in my life, and when I saw Uzi going through shit as well it made me realize that life is not easy for anyone no matter the circumstances they’re in. For my last college spring break this past March, I went to Hawaii with some homies, and woke up to the release of Eternal Atake, and one week later to LUVVTW 2, containing some of my favorite Uzi snippets (Moon Relate and Kobe). Everything came full circle, in my life (just graduated college in May), and for Uzi, who finally released the record and who seems to be in a great place in life now. It’s weird, but the feeling that Uzi’s songs give me is the reason why he is up there in my all time list and is the reason I will be playing some of his tracks for the rest of my life. My favorite tracks from Eternal Atake include Prices (the “way back” sample is awesome) and Baby Pluto. My favorite track from LUVVTW 2 is Moon Relate.as for this specific project, i didn’t think it was the best ever but definitely solid. i thought i’d like the second tape with all the snippets on it but i think i like the first tape more.uzi hasn’t been hitting for me like he did a few years ago and idk why. i can’t find anything specific between his older music and his newer music to where i can say one is better than the other aside from nostalgia but i guess that’s just the way it is.tl;dr: dope tape, too long. artists need to stop putting 50 songs on one album
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