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    88GLAM88GLAM

    Label:Not On Label (88GLAM Self-released) – none
    Format:
    13 x File, MP3, Album
    Country:
    Released:
    Genre:Hip Hop
    Style:Trap

    Tracklist

    112
    ProducerAlexonweed
    3:15
    2Ricardo
    ProducerAlexonweed, VillaBeatz
    3:40
    3Bali
    FeaturingNAV (7)
    ProducerAlexonweed, VillaBeatz
    3:05
    4Ice On My Leash
    ProducerJoseph L'Étranger
    3:04
    5Lavish
    ProducerJoseph L'Étranger
    2:54
    6Big Tymers
    ProducerJoseph L'Étranger
    2:45
    7Chemistry
    ProducerAlexonweed
    2:56
    8Give n Go2:54
    9Cake
    ProducerJoseph L'Étranger
    3:31
    10Kyrie
    ProducerAlexonweed, VillaBeatz
    3:24
    11Baby Bro
    ProducerJoseph L'Étranger
    4:03
    12Heisman
    ProducerAlexonweed, VillaBeatz
    3:00
    13Marina
    ProducerJoseph L'Étranger
    2:51
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    Other Versions (1)View All

    Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
    New Submission
    88GLAM Reloaded (17×File, MP3, Album, Reissue, Remastered, 256 Kbps)XO, Republic RecordsnoneCanada2018

    Reviews

    DJCVR's profile picture
    DJCVR
    Edited 2 years ago
    Airy and bouncy, "Cake", "Heisman", "Ice on my Leash" and "12" have the most infectuous hooks, while "Ricardo" and "Bali" truly takes listeners to space. The members of 88Glam share a UGK-like relationship where one member has the gruffer voice, while the other shares the lighter tone and for the most part it does work cohesively, though the issue with the auto-tune (as with Rae Sremm) is that the one with the lighter tone tends to sound more appealing than the gruffer-sounding member. The bass booms, the keys hit, and the flexing is non-stop. "88 Glam" is an epononymous trap record, slightly autobiographical in taste as the group brags about unlocking the cheat codes in life at a young age. I was honestly hyped to hear that Box Chevy's get love in Canada - so yeah, this LP is educational as well.