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As music, it strains to hold your attention, pulling you back to old hits without doing much besides reminding you they existed. Lanez tries to impose a narrative, using skits as exposition. The story offers a long-winded account of Lanez cheating on a woman who then pays a second woman to set Lanez up by seducing and then leaving him why anyone would do this is unclear ; the album somehow ends with Lanez claiming to be the victim, guilt-tripping the woman who was paid. At over an hour long, the album suffers from sag and bloat. Each song loses momentum after the first minute, despite the endless parade of guest stars — Lil Wayne , Ludacris , Mario — popping by. This approach to women extends to the guests.
Chixtape 5 is the fourth studio album by Canadian rapper Tory Lanez. It was released on November 15, , by Mad Love and Interscope. Chixtape 5 is the first of the series in which it was released as an album on streaming platforms. The album cleared all of the samples and includes the original artist featured on the song. In an interview with Billboard , Tory Lanez said "Everything is s-inspired.
In an interview with Genius, Lanez confessed to having to clear between 30 to 40 samples to release the project an amount big enough to rob him of any profits once royalties have been paid. But for all the fuss he went through to get it made, he fails to provide much in the way of substance or lyrical growth on the album, and the scope of Chixtape suffers as a consequence. Occasionally, his commitment to the theme does provide some comic relief. There are a handful of feel-good moments. Instead it feels like getting caught in an endless kaleidoscope of solipsistic nostalgia. The effect is suffocating in its repetitiveness. By Claudia McNeilly. In September, the venue will broadcast shows while staff think about how to safely reintroduce live audiences. Your email address will not be published. Enter your comment here.