ScHoolboy Q is not Kendrick Lamar. Plenty of people will denigrate Q because of his lack of heady lyricism, but most will misinterpret his place in his collective. Instrumentally and lyrically, this is arguably his most adventurous effort to date. The opening track, over everything, sets the tone for the murky and gritty 74 minutes which lie ahead. Paak , and quickly evolves into a hellish, guitar riddled instrumental, sonically reminiscent of what Tyler, the Creator was experimenting with on the opening track of Cherry Bomb, but to a lesser extent. Interesting to see different artists Kid Cudi , Beyonce , Tyler, The Creator incorporating scents of rock-esque sounds in their music. The instrumental is extremely murky to coincide with the subject matter of the song. And this song is just that- a boastful track. I thought it was odd to juxtapose two sentimental tracks with an accessible song about your customary palate of rap song tropes. It, nevertheless, entertains and creates a break from the heavier subject matter Q likes to delve into during this album.
But, at first it's spontaneous, and one thing it will never shake, no matter how many times you listen to it, is its amorphous nature-- the product of an artist who's still trying to find his voice. However, although the album lacks a concrete style, what it doesn't lack is a concrete theme. ScHoolboy Q may have an endless repertoire of styles to draw from, but what he doesn't have is an alternative life to pull different stories and experiences from. You can't create pottery out of clay you don't have, that's for sure. The calm, dark way, that Q manages to come across on the track is eery, beautiful, and frightening all at the same time. Exuding sadness the entire track through, he goes through the tribulations of being constantly surrounded by self-deprecating behavior, disloyal friends, and being unable to wash his hands clean of the deeds he's done.
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The track album is an engaging, energetic, sometimes angry but always honest exercise in that exact type of juxtaposition. On Habits , Q is constantly hopping between what the two deities on his shoulder whisper into his ears as he rolls through life, molding those experiences into a modern-day masterpiece that, five years after its release, finally deserves to be called exactly what it is: A classic. Whereas Kendrick was gang affiliated because of his neighborhood and friends, Q was an active member, while Kendrick spent songs reflecting on strife, Q spent tracks banging, bragging about it, having the time of his life and seething for the opportunity to do it again. Kendrick offers a cautionary tale while Q is crip-walking on Crip anthems dedicated to Tookie Williams. Over a somber, brooding but also bouncy instrumental Q laments the gloom of those sunny days, journeying through the mentality of a killer who wanders into church, only to kill again immediately after. Sonically, Habits is a blaring mix of all of the various personalities and interests of Quincy. Can you please remind me?