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Personal Enjoyment and Rating: 8.5/10
Birds In The Trap Sing McKnight is Travis Scott’s sophomore studio album and follow-up to Rodeo. It was released on September 16th, 2016.
BITTSM is one of the most recommended albums as of late, and is an album that I’ve been keeping in my rotation for background music at work. While I personally think this isn’t Travis’s strongest album when looking at his discography, I still think it’s laced with a good set of songs as well as a good breadth of features.
As far as trap music goes, I’ve always liked Travis’s darker styler more than your typical trap artist so it’s always nice to hear his unique style. That being said, there are some songs on here that feel a bit average or underwhelming and don’t capture the energy I’ve come to like about Travis. The majority however do deliver and provide some enjoyable songs. This album is definitely one for me that works better as background music since there’s really no concept to it that I could pick out, and the lyrics aren’t terribly special to listen to in a lot of cases.
That’s by no means a bad thing though since Travis really uses his voice more as an instrument with the help of auto tune and provides some laid back vibes. If you’re looking for a Travis album with more of a concept to it, I’d suggest Rodeo. For pure vibes however I’d definitely recommend this album as well as Astroworld as far as Travis goes. Some of the features provide some highlight moments on here for me such as Andre 3000 on the ends, Kendrick on goosebumps, and Young Thug and Quavo on pick up the phone. I thought it was interesting how pick up the phone was on this album and also on Thug’s album Jeffery, I guess they both have shared rights to this song.
While there are some features I don’t like all that much such as NAV on beibs in the trap for reasons I went over in my NAV review, I didn’t think he ruined the song and the album as a whole felt pretty good. I think it’s missing that sort of lightning in a bottle that he captured on Rodeo, but looking at it by itself this is a pretty good trap album. I feel like Travis fans enjoyed this album more than I did so I’d love to hear what y’all think
Just finished the incredible “Daughters of the Winter Queen: Four Remarkable Sisters, the Crown of Bohemia, and the Enduring Legacy of Mary, Queen of Scots” by Nancy Goldstone.
The book details the remarkable life of Elizabeth Stuart, Queen of Bohemia (1596-1662). Elizabeth was the daughter of James I and granddaughter of Mary, Queen of Scots.
Elizabeth was also the grandmother of King George I. Since the accession of George I in 1714, Elizabeth has been the ancestress of every British Monarch. The current British Monarch, Queen Elizabeth II, is her great-granddaughter X9.
But this book doesn’t just detail Elizabeth’s life. It discusses the lives of her four remarkable daughters;
Princess Elizabeth (1618-80), who counted the philosopher René Descartes as her closest friend. Louisa (1622-1709), a gifted artist, whose lively manner would provoke heartache and scandal. Henrietta Maria (1626-51), the beauty of the family, would achieve the dynastic ambition of marrying into royalty, although at great cost. And the youngest, Sophia (1630-1714), a heroine in the tradition of Jane Austen, with a ready wit and strength of character, who would fulfil the promise of her great-grandmother Mary, Queen of Scots, a legacy which endures to this day.
I decided to read this book after reading two excellent novels in which Elizabeth features (“The King’s Witch” and “The Devil’s Slave” by Tracy Borman). This book has not only given me a further insight into the life of Elizabeth herself, but also into the life of 17th/early 18th Century Europe and the entwined lives of European Royalty. A brilliant assessment, easy to read and a great start for those new to the Stuart dynasty, Civil War, Restoration, Glorious Revolution and the 1701 Act of Settlement.
The Goldfinch by Donna Tartt was on my Summer TBR and I’m happy to say I succeeded in reading it. 💪 I wanted to check it off my list since the movie is coming out this month. 🎞 Have you guys seen it If you want to know my thoughts about this novel make sure to check out the review now up on the blog! (Link in bio) 😊