“4 Your Eyez Only” Music Review

The Fayetteville, North Carolina emcee brought us music lovers another Classic Dreamville Album. The 31 year old music artist has gotten really comfortable with using his vocals delivering alluring punchlines, touchy wordplay, catchy hooks, and relatable lyrics on his 4th Studio Album titled “4 Your Eyez Only”. The title is a reference to the Late, Great Emcee Tupac Shakur’s fourth Studio album “All Eyez On Me”. Production done by J. Cole, Childish Major, Vinylz, Frank Dukes, Cardiak, Ron Gilmore, Nate Fox, Velous, Elite, and Boi-1da which gave off a soulful hip-hop vibe that ventures us off into J. Cole’s surrounding and mental state. References from one of Ernest Hemingway’s best Novels that was published in 1940, Cole Raps, “The Bells Getting Loud, Ain’t No Where To Hide”, when the bells rung, it represents someone dying, and Cole can vividly hear the bells, showing his paranoia. The emcee vocally projects his life as he Struggles with Happiness and Depression on this album. J. Cole raps about growing from a child to a man that’s fully aware of society and his surroundings, his friend dying, his wife, and his new born baby girl, Congratulations. Tracks such as “Change” ft. Ari Lennox, “Immortal” and “Neighbors” Gave listeners that raunchy, cut-throat hip hop feel, while tracks such as “She’s Mine Pt. 1 & 2”, “Folding Clothes”, and “Deja Vu” gave off a subtle, joyful experience for the ears; blissful, lovely, and poetic. Great album, Dreamville delivers classic studio albums right to your ear, “Damn, It Feel Good To Have Y’all” Go check out Apple Music and Purchase J. Cole’s fourth studio Album “4 Your Eyez Only”

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