The title refers to doublethink , a plot element in George Orwell ‘s dystopian novel , Nineteen Eighty-Four. The interesting subject of what women think men want and what men really want is explored;. So many topics are covered and questions are raised on this track LP. DoubleThink is the third album from hip hop artist Akala. Hip hop , electro , alternative rock. The beats are ones to bob your head to and the entire album is a very easy listen.
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For me, it became more about what he was saying rather than the music, however the musical element of the album is no less captivating than the words. His lyrical prowess and honesty make this body of work enthralling.
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This page was last edited on 28 Septemberat Retrieved from ” https: Archived from the original on June 11, These are all things that will no doubt require a quick session of Googling for most people, whereas his musical influences for the musical and hip hop element of the album were from Wu Tang Clan, Public Enemy, Depeche Mode and Radiohead.
For the concept in that book, see Doublethink. It was released on 3 May by Illa State Records.
ALBUM REVIEW: Akala – Doublethink • Word Is Bond
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The beats are ones to bob your head to and the entire album is a very easy listen. His intelligence is put on display for all to see in this highly evolved piece of work. The title refers to doublethinka plot element in George Orwell ‘s dystopian novelNineteen Eighty-Four.
ALBUM REVIEW: Akala – Doublethink
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A label that, on some levels, has been both a blessing and a curse for him, as conscious Hip Hop is effectively an oxymoron within mainstream music. April 19, “Yours and My Children” Released: This article is about the album based on Nineteen Eighty-Four. He also explores many of doublefhink own emotions that no doubt listeners can empathise with.