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Just generic over-done pop music for commercial sales...,
This review is from: #willpower [Explicit] (MP3 Music)
There is nothing unique nor exciting about this album that will make it stand out from Will.I.Am's previous efforts as a solo "artist" or when he was an active member of Black Eyed Peas for that matter.
I'm not going to go in-depth on this album with my review.
For the most part, this album is a sad attempt by Will.I.Am to simply make some money by cashing in on the growing popularity of EDM here in the United States. Some of the beats and sound arrangements from his tracks are one of the following two items:
1) Stolen from other artists without clearance from their respective record labels. There's a difference between sampling and stealing. P. Diddy, Kanye West and Jay-Z samples other artists' music only after they asked permission and received the consent and clearance by both the artists and their respective record labels. Will.I.Am doesn't do that. He simply steals and pleads ignorance. He's done that with lots of his music in the past as a solo artist and when he was part of Black Eyed peas. google it online and you will find what I meant.
2) Tired rehash of his previous works. Instead of auto-tuned Fergie whining along Will.I.Am's rapping, you're going to get an auto-tuned Britney Spears instead layered over sounds you would have heard 5 years ago.
You won't get much from this album except for generic pop music meant for playing on Top 40 radio or parties attended by 19 year olds.
Will.I.Am doesn't have the creativity nor genius of a producer/artist like Pharrel Williams.
If you like boring and uninspired music, then this is for you I suppose. Enjoy.
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Initial post: Nov 2, 2014 8:25:59 PM PST
Britney isn't auto tuned. she has robo tune for the robotic type voice but not auto tune
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