Album: Mysterious Phonk: The Chronicles of SpaceGhostPurrp
There was a justifiable cause for concern when SpaceGhostPurrp had some of his best work properly mastered for the Chronicles of SpaceGhostPurrp compilation. Much of his appeal is steeped in his grimy, lo-fi approach, which is lost at times when his work is polished. But not with "The Black God," a stark declaration of supremacy over some of Purrp's finest production to date.
When the hook hits and everything cuts out like a pivotal horror movie scene, you might really think dude is a deity. And if not that, then at least the ruler of the underworld, where everyone still listens to Three 6 Mafia. — Andrew Martin
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