Just when it began to seem like no one could record a more pathetic rap album than Kevin Federline, Max Karson (author of The Yeti newsletter) began distributing copies of his highly unanticipated debut album on the CU campus.
Rumor has it Karson spent $600 of his own cash-money putting this disc together, and it’s almost enough to make you feel sorry for the guy. Based on the quality and lack of originality of the material on this album, it sounds more like a project put together on Garageband, using the built-in microphone that comes standard with any Apple laptop.
Even after the poor production and lack of creativity is taken into account, the beats on this disc have no redeeming features.
Maybe the fact that this album lacks a decent beat can account for Karson’s painful inability to flow or effectively rhyme any of his played-out and boring lyrics.
For someone who claims to be so far off the beaten path and prides himself on his controversial newsletter, a listener might expect something other than the same old bitches and hos rhymes that make appearances in every one-hit wonder to grace the TRL stage.
When he’s not busy complaining about why girls refuse to sleep with him, Karson tries to take a jab at CU administration with a song about Vice Chancellor Ron Stump. Once again, Karson drops the ball when what was intended to be a poignant critique of the authority he claims to hate so much gets lost in a hilariously awful chorus, but that’s not to say the choppy, clich