1. When you described it as rap this wasn't really what i was expecting coming in. The chaotically melancholic start to the song reminds me of a dark room becoming more and more twisted as the drug hits your system. The rappers voice then coming in is a distinct contrast, filled with anger, frustration, sadness and coping. The instrumental emphasizes the cold, distorted emptiness of the rappers life as he tells about his life and the negativity of it. Problems with life, family, your self-schema are all big problems and i appreciate song made about it. The song is also a lot different from usual songs you would hear, and you can see they make these songs not only to be popular but to vent their personal emotions. 5.75/8 as the song's premise is good, and i love the passion put into it.
2. I heavily appreciate what this song attempts. This is one of those songs that is truly hard to capture in one sitting. You're just there to experience it, and i'm glad i can gain these sorts of experiences. I wasn't sure where the song was going to go at first, as the song became more and more hectic. Eventually the vocals came in, but it soon also diverted itself into abrupt chaos.
Then, suddenly, you think it all ends. The song becomes more clear, yet still has an unsettling atmosphere around it with the instrumental sounding jazzy and calm, but clearly having some misplaced notes and chords in there. You're not sure whether to enjoy it or expect something even worse, and it keeps you in that limbo for a long time. Then again it stops, and suddenly all emotions that was left is pushed into this single moment. The song in its entirety is a rollercoaster, and you're not sure if you're on it or just there to witness it. 6.75/8, this is the kind of experimentation that i can appreciate.
3. You sure have an interesting catalogue of songs, i can't lie. This song feels like the time you've spent and the things you've seen on this earth are almost rewinding in front of you. Then suddenly you're thrust back into the real word (Could be described as moments before death where you see the last moments in your life?). The song after has a great way of remaining inventive whilst adding onto the existing parts. The instruments, the usage of vocals all are a very inventive thing to me. It might just be because i'm not that familiar with these genres, but i can absolutely appreciate it. 6.25/8
4. The different experiences just don't stop (The longevity and complexity of your songs is a treat to witness but also hard to but into words hahah). I wouldn't expect such a tempo on a jazz song like this, but it of course isn't a bad thing. The groove and swing of it is replaced by excitement and curiosity. You're thrown into a black and white world of adventure and you can't help but explore everything around you.
You just can't help but listen to the instruments playing in awe on top of everything. It does stay a little too similar throughout the entirety of the song, but that of course isn't necessarily a bad thing. I would give it a 5/8 for the fact that while enjoyable, it did have a little hard time capturing my attention for the full 9 minutes, and it started almost going in circles for me (although thats just my inexperience with jazz and not being able to fully appreciate it).
Thank you for all the songs you sent, 2 and 3 are some i'll definitely return to