For many people reading this review, you may not know of Tedy Andreas. Well, let me first start by introducing a rapper who not only deserves more recognition but also, he's overall a good rapper whose flow is different from rappers today because he raps as though he came straight from the 80s and 90s.
This will be my first review of an album, or I should say "Mixtape" Review, and I thought this would be a good start because for one, like many millennials my age, we are not so quick to judge the new flow and culture of the rappers now emerging into the rap game and also after hearing Kodak Black’s previous album, Painting Pictures, I thought it was finally time to hear some more music from him.
So today I will be reviewing Kodie Shane's Back From the Future, who is part of Lil Yachty's Sailing Team.
Lil Uzi Vert dropped “Luv is Rage 2”, and going into the listening of this project, I was pretty much expecting more of what put him on the charts, which for me was a lot of songs that could be played in the club and are part of what makes him a rock star. But, this project also includes a look into his more personal side, where we see that he’s had to confront pain of a broken relationship.
When I was eight years old, my siblings and I entered the foster care system in Florida. Being in foster care, I saw and had to overcome the daily problems and flaws of this broken system, which is why I'm going to inform people about the issues that need to be changed. I will be providing information on who’s involved, the problems with the foster care system, the problems with the foster parents, and why there ultimately needs to be change.