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BROCKHAMPTON - ZIPPER (SONG)

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Date
3:22Saturation IIIQuestion Everything / Empire
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Album
Digital
15/12/2017
MUSIC DIRECTORY
BrockhamptonBrockhampton: Discography / Become a fan
SONGS BY BROCKHAMPTON
Alaska
Bank
Bleach
Boogie
Boys
Bump
Cash
Chick
Face
Fake
Fight
Gamba
Gold
Gummy
Heat
Hottie
Jello
Johnny
Junky
Liquid
Milk
Queer
Rental
Sister / Nation
Stains
Star
Stupid
Summer
Sunny
Swamp
Sweet
Swim
Team
Tokyo
Trip
Waste
Zipper
ALBUMS BY BROCKHAMPTON
Saturation
Saturation II
Saturation III
 
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Average points: 5 (Reviews: 1)
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*****
Execution of concept never really gets enough credit since it's not as blatant or flashy as the notion of attempting the concept. It requires intellectually engaging with the product and weighing up how it could have been approached, and what was accomplished with the limits set.

This is my pretentious way of saying that it's REALLY funny that Merlyn's verse builds up to a Fantano name drop, but that alone wouldn't be enough. It's the fact that he does it alongside one hell of a double entendre that it gets me every time. It just feels like the culmination of the "SATURATION" ride of the second half of 2017. Not to mention just making the perfect Lil Wayne line that you'd never hear from Weezy.

But as usual with BROCKHAMPTON, variety is the spice, and so while it's always nice to see Kevin, Joba & Merlyn on the track, I feel Dom really shines on his verse with his very distinct delivery. Also holy shit that hook. Every 'WOO!' always draws a fist pump out of me. It's like "BOOGIE" Jr.
Last edited: 13/02/2018 05:09
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