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You are watching: Travis scott days before birds songs

TypeReleasedRYM RatingRanked Genrens
ArtistTravis Scott
Bootleg / Unauthorized
14 October 2016
2.96 / 5.00.5 from 116 ratings
#32 for 2016, #1,552 overall

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TheDankestMeme37 Feb 28 2020 3.00 stars
For some reason I decided to listen to this project out of boredom and the results are pretty much what I expected. This compilation of unfinished songs is too unfinished for the most part to have any value. The production is lackluster, the vocals are badly mixed and everything just feels off. I can understand exactly why Travis didn't drop this. On the other hand though there are 2 songs that actually sound mostly finished, those being RaRa and Yeah Yeah which are both amazing songs and I hope one day Travis actually drops them on streaming services. Overall though just a generic compilation of unfinished songs.62/100BEST TRACKS: RaRa, Yeah YeahWORST TRACKS: Pour Stuff
StevePulaskns Oct 18 2016 4.00 stars
Despite its evident quality and seriously brooding sound, I couldn't help but feel a tad disappointed by Travi$ Scott's heavily hyped sophomore album, "Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight." As a successor to "Rodeo," one of the staples of the contemporary trap music genre, it couldn't even stand on the same ground nor hold its own in a league of that classic. "Days Before Birds" - Scott's publicly unauthorized release upon agreeing to terms with Apple Music - is essentially all the songs that were released or leaked before the arrival of Scott's semi-frequently delayed sophomore effort, and it's somewhat surprising to say this release holds up better than "Birds," despite obviously lacking the care and attention in structure and cohesive mixing.Songs like "Oh Me Oh My," with the always entertaining Migos, feel like sequels to songs off of "Rodeo," particularly "Oh My/Dis Side," which featured the Migos' frontman Quavo. "The Hooch" is just an all-around fantastic song that was criminally left off "Birds," "Yah Yah" showcases Scott and Young Thug at their most infectious, "Black Mass" makes for a deeply engaging, flow-conscious opener, and "Hot Sauce" is damn-near close to being better than anything off of PARTYNEXTDOOR's most recent album, "P3." It may lack cohesion, but it isn't at all short on fun, excitement, and contemplative melodies, most of which asserting how dominant and unstoppable Scott is.


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