Producer recreates 'The Lifetime of Pablo' with out ever listening to it
Should you did not know, Kanye West’s newest album was a Tidal unique for a reasonably very long time. Tidal is not out there in Japan, and pirating music is a felony offence with penalties as harsh as as much as two years jail time for downloading and ten (sure, ten) for importing. With no strategy to take heed to the album, producer Toyomu determined to take issues into his personal arms. He determined to make his personal The Lifetime of Pablo (TLOP).
The Kyoto-based mostly artist headed to WhoSampled, a website which, because the identify suggests, lists the samples in any track, and grabbed the lyrics off Genius. With out ever listening to the album, Toyomu then put collectively his tackle it. Chatting with Pigeons and Planes this week, the artist stated he nonetheless hadn’t heard TLOP. “I have never listened but, that is no purpose and meanings. It is only a type of feeling.”
You’ll be able to take heed to (and purchase) the album, referred to as Imagining “The Lifetime of Pablo,” over at Bandcamp. Each monitor evokes its inspiration simply by means of sharing pattern, however so far as matching Kanye’s album goes, it is hit or miss. “Father Stretch My Palms, Pt. 2,” and “30 Hours” are fairly uncanny in association, whereas the album is an experimental however experimental affair, with loads of robotic voices studying Kanye lyrics.