2nd half of the album was god awful.
'Hanging Out The Roof' is a common example of a song that is alright on the album but doesn't bang as much as the best tracks on here do - and at only around a minute long I thought for how short it is it would've come so hard and a bit sweeter - but apparently not. I’m surprised you didn’t like “Pop Shit.” I thought that song was actually decent. Learn how your comment data is processed.
He got some catchy songs on this album. You can never go wrong with a song with flutes.
While he doesn’t say anything special on the song, I absolutely love how, vocally, he sounds like a trap villain on it. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. To conclude, there's nothing too complex with this album - it's full of bangers as well as some misses - but the highs just outweigh the lows. On “Chopstix,” Smokepurpp is as reckless as he’s ever been. I felt the pain in that flute. Rick Ross' verse was alright, with a nice flow but nothing special and the whole track was just a bit predictable - it wasn't bad, I just thought this track could've had more life to it by both artists bringing more oomf to their performances. Step 2 (optional): Enter any other comments/feedback here, Step 3: Enter your email address.
The latter though isn't a great example of good production, well I mean the beat sounds alright at best but Purpp himself ruins this track because he sounds like he doesn't want to be there and just sounds so sluggish and it really makes the song dis-interesting.
There again, the appeal of Purpp isn't in the lyrics and subject matter - it's simple just how good the song would sound blasting through your speakers.
There’s nothing wrong about it . While it boasts adrenaline-filled beats, hooks that are catchy, and rap flows that are intriguing, I can honestly say that I didn’t hear a single song that I would call “good.” The one thing that SmokePurpp does well on Florida JIT … With this menacing bass and hard 808s, Purpp's melodic delivery really works for the hook and the whole song is short, and constantly ferocious and in your face - a real contrast to the previous short song on the album 'Florida Jit' which I found to be so forgettable. His flow was pretty fire during the verse, and the whole energy of the track is high and matches the beat making it a great introduction to this project and that he's here to entertain. The features are pretty scarce on this project which surprised me, but the features that do appear perform well and match the energy that Purpp brings to his project - and realistically that was all it was about. We agree with almost everything! It’s definitely entertaining, but unfortunately, I think it is far from good… I can see where you’re coming from though.
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Trash album Smokepurpp even at his best is far from an ambitious figure in the trap rap scene, his music has always been very by the numbers and it very evidently heavily took from contemporary artists leading him to become a name that for me is very easily forgotten. If you are using a VPN, and other users of the same VPN are abusing the service, then you'll be automatically banned as well. The Florida rapper rose to fame via Soundcloud alongside his partner in crime Lil Pump (who has a feature on this), and after a few bangers here and there he all of a sudden started to see himself fall off. This actually did surprise me, after recent output I thought this would be absolutely awful but it was an alright project.
I definitely didn’t notice it on the few listens I did. (Required), You can request being unbanned by clicking.
There's no focus in the tracks either - it goes from girls to drugs to girls so awkwardly without really sticking to one. There are times however on this project where his lines are just so straight up goofy that they may come off as funny and entertaining, such as on the Jack Harlow assisted track 'Tide Pen', where he says "Gave me so much brain, bitch came with a pen (Yeah) // So much brain I'm nutting SAT questions". You might have the Hola VPN extension installed. I’d definitely lean more towards a C-.
I also like how ”Purpp sounds like a Wal-Mart brand Roddy Ricch on the song (That’s not an insult, folks). Towards the back end of the album we get one of the best tracks of the album in '24s'. This is forbidden by our terms of service.
I really like how SmokePurpp plays a hood savant on “Not Code.” Throughout the song, he comes across like a n***a that knows exactly how to get respect from the biggest demons of the world.
Ronny J had a hand in the majority of the production on this album, and overall the production is pretty good with some banging beats - bar a few bland ones here and there.
In terms of subject matter, it's exactly what you'd expect from a Smokepurpp album - guns, flexing, sex, cooking drugs and attacking opps - and that literally is all there is too it. done anything to warrant a ban, this is most likely the case.
How come you ain’t fw the Jack Harlow song. It's just too simplistic, but despite that we don't listen to Purpp for his lyrics, and his flow is so relentless and in your face over these rattling hi-hats as the entire song bangs from start to finish. 5/5 for me. Purpp's lowkey approach works well too and partner all this with a catchy hook and you've got yourself a banger.
Denzel Curry was a great feature on the next track, 'I'm Him', and provides u his usual great energy, flow and some hard lines, "Don't mess with them shooters, ayy // Put a hole in your medulla, ayy // Everybody think they a tough guy, 'til they go missin' // Now I'm in Cuba, ayy (Rrah)". To look at some other tracks, 'Not Code' is a tame song on this tracklist and doesn't have as much life as other songs - and that's the only way there's really a problem on an album like this.
“Big Dawg” turned out to be a song I was meh on. It was so bad I contemplated asking Smokepurpp for my money back and I didn’t even pay money to listen to the album. Interesting take . From the moment you press play on the album, you get verses from him that sound like they grew up with military parents. Florida JIT proves that an album can be both enjoyable and bad. The Rick Ross assisted 'Big Dawg' is an example of a classic flexing track with this mellow flute/guitar beat, howeverit was a pretty basic performance from everyone. The Florida rapper rose to fame via Soundcloud alongside his partner in crime Lil Pump (who has a feature on this), and after a few bangers here and there he …
5 Least favourite tracks: Hangin out the Roof, One Play, Outside, Chopstix, Fish Scale. You requested a very large number of pages in a very short time, causing problems for our server (this can happen if you hit 'refresh' over and over). While it boasts adrenaline-filled beats, hooks that are catchy, and rap flows that are intriguing, I can honestly say that I didn’t hear a single song that I would call “good.”. Smokepurpp has been an anomaly for me the past couple of years, he showed promise early on especially around the Deadstar and early soundcloud era but for his past three projects he's … Florida JIT proves that an album can be both enjoyable and bad. 'It's Whatever' is about all of the above pretty much, over these hard 808s and twinkling bells (the beat goes so hard) - it has a good about of life and comes at the right time in the album as the few songs before it hadn't been quite up to par.
But it’s definitely one of the best songs on the album by default. “Pop Shit” is a banger that features one of the toughest beats I’ve heard this year, tons of gun talk, and flows that are impregnable. You (or someone with the same IP address as you) might be using a script or program to download pages from this site automatically. I thought Not Code was one of the standouts for sure.
Proudly created with Wix.com, Pop Shit, Off My Chest, It's Whatever, 1st & 3rd, I'm Him, Fishscale, 24s. However, the majority of the time it's basic and sometimes just straight up bad, as on the track '1st & 3rd', "Play the bitch like I game on Nintendo". This track see's Jack provide a nice flow and ride the beat well as well as provide a decent hook over this more mellow, flute/piano infused trap beat - it's a decent track but nothing more than that. The Alamo Records artist mocked the disappointing performance of his Florida Jit LP and teased a follow-up project …
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Purpp himself had some funny lines, "I fuck on that bitch, can't let her stay with me // Won't let her play me, she get lucky if she lay with me (Fuck on her, yeah)" over this eerie beat, and while Smokepurpp was alright, it was Zel who really carried this track to a higher level. Least favorite track: Literally everything else. If you don't think that you've We are hoping to eventually work on a solution for this when we have the resources to do so.
My only issue with the song is that there isn’t enough talk about Hydroxychloriquine on it (These dudes are taking all of these different drugs, why not try Hydroxychloriquine?). Favorite tracks: Tide Pen, Not Code Surprised you didn’t love Tide Pen…. 'Mink Coat' takes an eerier approach to most tracks on the album as Purpp gives us a playful tone with his delivery and flow which does sound alright - but nothing more. The track “Fishscale” made me deaf. He may be finding his mojo once again, and this album could've been even better if some tracks were cut down and it was trimmed to a project of around 12-14 songs - now we just need Lil Pump to find his mojo as well and we can see some more bangers being released in 2020. I will have to listen to Tide Pen again. The title track 'Florida Jit' is an example of a more bland beat on the project and despite it only being a minute long it just came and went and was really forgettable - there was no need for it being here.