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Culture 2 Review

The Culture 2 album cover.

The Culture 2 album cover.

Brandon Fenton, Staff Writer

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On Jan. 26,  rap group Migos dropped the hottest album of the new year, Culture 2. The first Culture album back in January of last year took the world by storm, it was the album that helped pave the way for this new set.

The first Culture was fire with its 14 tracks including; Bad and Boujee, T-Shirt, Kelly Price, and Slippery that all went straight to the top of the music charts. Throughout the year, the rap group released singles and features like; Stir Fry, and Motorsport that help kept their audience involved with their music until they announced the release date of Culture 2 with 24 tracks on the album. After the album dropped at midnight on the 26th, I began checking out what they created with Culture 2. At first I was really impressed with what they made, they had a lot of songs that had potential to make it to the top charts again but most of them probably not. They should’ve had made less songs in the album and focus on a just a few of them to make them great like they did on the first Culture. In my opinion you should look up some of their songs on either Youtube or Soundcloud; some free apps/websites you can use to check out the album before you make the decision before buying.

“I thought Culture 2 was something people expected to be a spinoff of the first Culture album, but in reality turned out to resemble the YRN album and style of music. From what I’ve heard in the album there are about three good songs of the twenty-four that I enjoyed listening too; White Sand, Movin’ Too Fast, and Motorsport,” Jesse Campbell said.

“I thought Culture 2 was going to be one of the best albums of the year, but I thought wrong. There were way to many tracks and all the songs sounded the same, there wasn’t anything as good as the songs in the first Culture, its like they had just put it together in a week. Some of my favorite songs from the album were Notice Me, Superstars, Stir Fry, Open It Up, and Motorsport,” Chase Coffman said.

Culture 2 is now available worldwide and is again taking the world by storm and taking the top spot on most charts.

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