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Too High To Riot by Bas

Album

Too High To Riot

Bas

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Album

Too High To Riot

Bas

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Label: Dreamville/Interscope Records
Bas is part of J. Cole’s Dreamville Records squad. However, he’s hamstrung by an ambiguous, indistinct name, and his voice blurs too easily when paired with another Dreamville prospect, Cozz, on “Dopamine.” But he’s got a few keepers on Too High to Riot, including the haunting title track, where he runs down society’s ills, and “Methylone,” where he deals with life’s pressures by self-medicating. In fact, the album has a muted, druggy tone that too often lapses into a languid torpor, a blank canvas on which Bas drops lines like “clip blunts in them ashtrays.”

About This Album

Bas is part of J. Cole’s Dreamville Records squad. However, he’s hamstrung by an ambiguous, indistinct name, and his voice blurs too easily when paired with another Dreamville prospect, Cozz, on “Dopamine.” But he’s got a few keepers on Too High to Riot, including the haunting title track, where he runs down society’s ills, and “Methylone,” where he deals with life’s pressures by self-medicating. In fact, the album has a muted, druggy tone that too often lapses into a languid torpor, a blank canvas on which Bas drops lines like “clip blunts in them ashtrays.”

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About This Album

Bas is part of J. Cole’s Dreamville Records squad. However, he’s hamstrung by an ambiguous, indistinct name, and his voice blurs too easily when paired with another Dreamville prospect, Cozz, on “Dopamine.” But he’s got a few keepers on Too High to Riot, including the haunting title track, where he runs down society’s ills, and “Methylone,” where he deals with life’s pressures by self-medicating. In fact, the album has a muted, druggy tone that too often lapses into a languid torpor, a blank canvas on which Bas drops lines like “clip blunts in them ashtrays.”