I waited nigh on four years for this. I'm thankful to say that Maps doesn't seem to have wasted that time. This album brings a new, yet classic Maps sound. The beats, the harmony and the electric sounds that has made this man one of the most listened to artists in my collection. (My iPod will beat testament to that).
As with the other two albums, I will be listening to this one as I write and as I drive. For me the music is something that isn't what I'd call a grower at all, it's more something that improves with age. Like a french woman or something like that.
I think, if put on the spot, I would have to say that A.M.A is my favourite track. However, having said that, I've had favourite Maps tracks before and then another track from the album takes over.
the music takes your on a journey of emotion and the good thing is, the music doesn't dictate how you feel, as some weepy albums might. Map's is able to facilitate your mood with his music. I don't think this is something many artists can claim.
If you haven't had the chance to listen to the other albums, then I am jealous of the journey you have to take with this artist.