Some music makes us cry, some we want to dance to, some provides innovative sounds we’ve never heard before… but today we’ll take a look at an album from the perspective of someone who loves a boomin’ bassline that drives their high powered sub systems to a sort of subsonic nirvana that must be felt to be appreciated.
Released after a last minute cut of a Martin Luther King Jr sample from the title track after MLK’s estate asked it to be remove… Tyga’s Careless World: Rise of the Last King certainly did not get any of its phat basslines omitted.
Careless World may just as well satisfy the cry/dance/innovative sounds – depends on whats between your ears – but the bass, yea, the BASS is truly the highlight of Tyga’s Careless World: Rise of the Last King. Phat basslines that will test your subsystem run throughout the album.
Tight punch, long notes, deeeep bass. Its all there, a total system workout. Each track has something that will get your subs going. There are a few tracks like the single “Rack City” that have a deep rumbling bassline that will challenge how low you can go!
This type of album is why people stuff 8 12″ subs and 10,000+ watts into their cars… this album you will hear shaking the windows of your house as previously mentioned 8 12′s pass by full tilt.
From a musical standpoint its a relatively typical combination of Rnb/Rap with some autotuned pop’ish stuff thrown in for good measure. The sound is solid from the ground up, a very well produced album.
Tyga’s Careless World: Rise of the Last King is listenable without subs – but the true appeal to these tracks is below 80hz.
for bassheadz- 8.5/10 music lovers- 5.5/10
- Anthony Potts