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The Autobiography (Edited)
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1

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発売日

2017年07月28日

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7491007045

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Roc Nation

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オリジナル発売日
2017年
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Rolling Stone - 3.5 stars out of 5 -- "On the intense, Pharrell-produced 'Wings' he vocalizes the voices in head that filled him with shame, doubt and suicidal thoughts. Most emotionally rich may be 'Heaven on Earth,' which interpolates Aughts trip-poppers Lamb..." NME (Magazine) - "The album features an all-star cast of guest vocalists....[An] album gelled together by Mensa's emotionally frank lyrics, which reveal a complex persona..." Paste (magazine) - "[A] lyrical, plainspoken hip-hop record that successfully taps into early-2000s alternative as it dissects Mensa's personal struggles and larger social issues." Pitchfork (Website) - "As much as he is a naturally voracious emcee, Mensa is also writerly....'Say I Didn't' is triumphant and expensive, a red carpet for the rest of the record." Clash (Magazine) - "The album's sense of self-reflection reaches its peak on `Wings', in which the Chicago rapper questions his friendships and addresses his addiction. Pharrell's ethereal hook perfectly contrasts the growing ferocity in Vic's delivery,"
Rovi
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Named to XXL's Freshman Class of 2014, signed by Jay-Z's Roc Nation in 2015, and nominated for a Grammy in 2016 (for co-writing Kanye West's "All Day"), Vic Mensa has been on a steady rise since he opened "Family," off fellow Savemoney member Chance the Rapper's 10 Day. Bearing a plainly descriptive title, the Chicago south-sider's debut full-length also follows a couple mixtapes (one with defunct band Kids These Days), as many EPs, a batch of singles, and a profusion of appearances on tracks headlined by a cross-continental, multi-genre crop of artists. Going by this large volume of scattered output delivered with a laser-sight glare, it's conceivable that the biggest challenge Mensa faced in making The Autobiography was corralling his lifetime's worth of experiences and greater number of thoughts. The cover's crumpled scraps could be more than props. Each one of the verses, as transcribed in the booklet, contains some form of penned elaboration or correction within or beside it. Co-executive produced with Jay-Z and No I.D., a duo not averse to concision, The Autobiography is both rangy and controlled. On the mike, Mensa is ceaselessly impassioned, whether cramming syllables between knocking beats or stretching notes of hooks across gleaming synthesizers, recalling an adolescent experience with police brutality or personifying -- humanizing, even -- the individual who murdered his friend. At all times, Mensa projects a rare balanced mix of eagerness and assuredness, even avowing himself as a legend one moment, like the designation is irrefutable, and yet in "Wings" -- a masterful Pharrell Williams production -- illustrating self-doubt, depression, and chemical dependency in lacerating form. Some references to proper nouns come across as either misplaced or forced, and the set could do with fewer strained fairground-rock choruses. These shortcomings are nonetheless too rare and slight to prevent The Autobiography from being a remarkable first album from an artist who can "scream 'Fuck the police'" and shout-out Weezer with equal instinctive command. ~ Andy Kellman

    • 1.
      [CD]
      • 1.
        Didn't I (Say I Didn't)
      • 2.
        Memories on 47th St. - (featuring Mr. Hudson)
      • 3.
        Rollin' Like a Stoner
      • 4.
        Homewrecker
      • 5.
        Gorgeous
      • 6.
        Heaven on Earth - (featuring The-Dream)
      • 7.
        Card Cracker
      • 8.
        Down for Some Ignorance (Ghetto Lullaby) - (featuring Chief Keef/Joey Purp)
      • 9.
        Coffee & Cigarettes
      • 10.
        Wings - (featuring Saul Williams)
      • 11.
        Heaven on Earth
      • 12.
        Fire Next Time, The
      • 13.
        We Could Be Free - (featuring Ty Dolla $ign)
      • 14.
        Rage
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