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I was excited to see that J.Cole had released a new album. I really enjoyed his last effort, Born Sinner, in which I felt it was an album you could listen to top to bottom, with no fillers. Collectively, that was one of the best rap/hip-hop albums of recent memory. When I saw this follow-up was released, I was surprised that there was no to little publicity/build-up for this release, considering his last effort was so strong. As a whole, I don't like this album as good as his last release, but that's not to say that this album isn't any good as well. This album has it's moments, and there are some songs I really like, such as "Wet Dreamz," but as a whole, I don't enjoy this effort as much as the last. With that being said, this album is still better that 95% of the hip-hop content being released today. I rated Born Sinner as a 4.4, I would give this one a 3.6 as a whole.
My daughter, wife and I are having a blast with "him." It is really cool when this little thing turns around and examines your face then burps out your name, specially when we are all looking at it and can tell the difference. If you ignore it for a little it goes about and plays with its blocks which is actually interesting because it feels organic as it "oohs" and "wows" about my table top. My daughter likes to put it on it back and watch it flip over, lift him and watch him freak out; the animations are what is most captivating. The app felt a little incomplete and set up is a bit awkward particularly while I figured out which device we rather play it on, its kinda cool that the settings and learned behaviors carry between devices but not the recognized faces, so far my iPad seems to be the preferred device to play it on as it gets used the least and has a big screen which makes it easier for my daughter. This gadget feels very promising, particularly interacting with other cosmos, something about and how it does not feel plastic-pre-programmed (although is all pre-prog lol).