The album’s final single was “Motherfucker”, the song was released on April 10, the song featured uncredited vocals on the chorus from DJ K who is prominently featured in the music video along with cameos from SwizZz , this song marked the final single Hopsin released on a major label before his departure from Ruthless Records in mid I started with Raw and then went on to Knock Madness. Archived from the original on December 30, Hopsins pretty good when he doesn’t ruin the tracks with hooks. As much as a review is all about your experience with the music, this introduction is irrelevant to the piece itself.
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The album stylistically incorporates elements of horrorcore and the contrast of this pop rap and comedy hip hophorrorcore can be heard hopsim songs such as “Sexy Cyber”, pop rap can be heard incorporated into the albums various hooks such as “I’m Here” and “Break It Down” and comedy hip hop on “Pans in the Kitchen”.
Retrieved 3 August It is interesting to see where it all started for Hopsin, but his evolution is very prevalent. Year of the Snitch. It is more mature and discuses Hopsin not wanting to sell out.
Hopsin’s lyrics and flow are superb and the production is good, but it is made apparent right away that this is a different Hopsin from the one under the Funk Volume banner. Hopsin Gazing At The Moonlight 3. I put my low expectations and fears aside and gave this album a fair and open hopsim listen. On the Hopsin song “Hyped On The Mic”, which was released in and was Hopsin’s music video debut, and this song features a guest vocals from a fellow rapper DJ K, who raps “You may remember me from Motherfucker” – This is a reference to the track “Motherfucker” featured on hopsin gazing at the moon album where DJ K has uncredited vocals on the song’s hook.
The album was a commercial failure. I avoided this LP for a while, because of fear that it would be terrible. In an interview, Hopsin stated that many of the songs such as “Pans in hopsin gazing at the moon Kitchen” were performed and written when he was in the twelfth grade and he initially anticipated the album would be released in due to the album being completed long before the release, however Hopsin was unaware of Ruthless Records plans.
I couldn’t decide what to review for my first review on Sputnikmusic, and after looking through the music on my phone i stopped at Hopsin.
June 28, “Pans in the Kitchen” Released: Emurge Haywire with SwizZz. Views Read Edit View history. Gazing at the Moonlight Gazing At The Moonlight is an interesting album overall.
The album’s third single and the album’s first full track “I’m Here” was released March 17, in promotion of the album’s release, a music video for the song was shot but remained unreleased until due to Hopsin’s falling with Ruthless. Gazing at the Moonlight is the debut studio album by American hip hop recording artist Hopsin.
Staff Reviewer June 16th Comments. You have mion be logged in to post a comment. The self title track, which is also the final track, is a saving hazing for the album. January 8, “I’m Here” Released: Archived from the original on December 30, Retrieved January 1, These tracks are decent, but they aren’t on the caliber of tracks hopsin gazing at the moon earlier.
thf Site Gaziing Sputnikmusic. Dom and Roland – Industry. It’s a fun track and a good way to start the LP. Archived from the original on I like the diversity this song adds to the overall album, and for me personally the story worked.
It all started here for Hopsin, but his evolution is very prevalent. The album was met with positive reviews praising his vocal delivery, rapping skill, rhyming schemes and subject matter.