The Explicit Tape: Raw & B
Nick Cannon, someone who knows a thing or two about baby-making, decided to release the ultimate baby-making soundtrack called “The Explicit Tape.”
I wrote this post while on a flight back home from San Francisco. My initial plan was to do a full review of this album (I downloaded it to my Spotify and everything); however, after listening to about five songs, I said “no, no, no (On some Amy Winehouse s**t). First off, The Explicit Tape: Raw & B features literally laughable performances by Nick Cannon. Throughout the project, he attempts to sing like Ty Dolla $ign, he attempts to rap like Drake, and he attempts to pimp like Bishop “Magic” Don Juan. I swear, this album feels like the musical version of a Wildin’ Out episode. I guess the one saving grace is that it features some interesting artists (Chris Brown, Brandy, Rick Ross, and K. Michelle), but I was too angry to care. I mean, seriously, what the f**k is this corny s**t?
Give Nick Cannon his daytime show back so he won’t have any more time on his hands to make music.
Quincy is the creator of Ratings Game Music. He loves writing about music, taking long walks on beaches, and spaghetti that fights him back.