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Beach House - EP Tracklist:
Work is the best song, never be the same is also a favorite... Few song on here but it showed some type of depth... One thing I hear a lot of people talk about is how Ty always talks about hoes lol, oh well... It still goes in.
I don't recognize the dude that said that he didn't want to be like every other rapper in the game singing about money and girls. I know Strange Clouds didn't sell so well but don't give up B.o.B, I still believe in the guy that sang Both of Us, Aeroplanes, Price Tag and So Good. Your fans miss you mahn!
TY dolla $ign is dope as under rated after listening to this EP i've got my favorites which are as follows work,or nah,familiar, wood & leather & never be the same wish it was longer tho pause anyway if you a fan pic this up
Love it I knew I was going to like him from paranoid, & then I heard ratchet in my benz which iz my SONG!! text tone and everything!! & now this smh :-) I love it jus sit back and chill & zone out i love albums like this.
Is this what's classified as music? Yeah guess so. I thought it's pothead in an interview, and he said he smokes 3 ounces a week. I guess that's what made him think that sounded good. This is absolute garbage!
Overall a good album work smooth beat and twista goes in or nah by far my favorite that squeaking bed in the background makes the song the rest are all right I would recommend just buying the 1st two I just mentioned but hey up to you
"Work" is phenomenal. The rest of this is the same ol' bay area beats we've heard already a bagillion times. It's really sad to the see society show love to artists such as league of stars and dj mustard who mass produce generic beats knowing that they are ripping off the public. Dilla is rolling in his grave over this. Not a knock on Ty Dolla here, but rather a knock on his beat selection and the whole bay area rap scene in general.