“Daddy Issues” was probably the working title for Tyler’s debut release. While his music is couched in violent imagery and anti-feminist themes, the clear subtext here is loneliness.
If you haven’t heard of Tyler or Odd Future, you probably don’t know how to use the internet properly. The alternative rap crew have been around for a couple of years now but have gained recent notoriety for their heavy use of the said themes. That aside, this is thinking man’s rap. The strong sense of narrative in Goblin redeems this album the most. That said, there is only so much talk of killing females that I can take.
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