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Rolling Papers (mixtape)

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Rolling Papers
RollingPapers.jpg
Mixtape by
ReleasedAugust 30, 2010
Recorded2009–10
GenreHip hop
Length37:01
LabelSelf-released
Producer
Domo Genesis chronology
Rolling Papers
(2010)
Under the Influence
(2011)

Rolling Papers is the debut mixtape by American rapper Domo Genesis. The mixtape was self-released for free on Odd Future's Tumblr page on August 30, 2010.[1] The mixtape's production was handled by Left Brain, Syd tha Kyd, and Tyler, the Creator.

Reception

Pitchfork Media on the album: "Rolling Papers peaks high with "Super Market", a skit-song in which Domo cuts off Tyler in a grocery-store line, leading to an epically ridiculous battle-rap throwdown that ends when Tyler leaves on an evil walrus named Rufus and Domo turns into a zombie. Deep-voiced, sleepy-eyed Domo doesn't have the magnetic bloodlust of the rest of the crew; most of the time, he just wants to puff away in peace. The production is dazed, MF Doom-esque psych-rap—good for vibe, not close attention—and Domo's voice, usually deep in the mix, works just the same. If you're in the right mood, Rolling Papers wafts past nicely. If you're not, things get boring fast."[2]

Track listing

No.TitleWriter(s)ProducerLength
1."First Roll" Tyler, the Creator0:20
2."Buzzin"Tyler, the Creator2:22
3."Domier"Left Brain1:44
4."Rolling Papers" (featuring Tyler, the Creator)
  • Cole
  • Okonma
Tyler, the Creator2:51
5."Dreams"
1:16
6."Cap N Crunch"
  • Cole
  • Okonma
Tyler, the Creator1:25
7."SteamRoller" (featuring Hodgy Beats and Frank Ocean)Tyler, the Creator4:42
8."Kickin It"
  • Cole
  • Okonma
Tyler, the Creator2:16
9."Super Market" (featuring Tyler, the Creator)
  • Cole
  • Okonma
  • Turner
Left Brain4:10
10."Drunk" (featuring Mike G)Tyler, the Creator5:35
11."Clear Eyes"
  • Cole
  • Okonma
Tyler, the Creator2:05
12."Basic Bitch" (featuring MellowHype)
  • Cole
  • Long
  • Turner
Left Brain3:28
13."Last Roll" Tyler, the Creator4:47

Notes

  • "First Roll" features uncredited vocals by L-Boy and Jasper Dolphin
  • "Drunk" features uncredited vocals by Tyler, the Creator and Hodgy Beats
  • "Last Roll" features uncredited vocals by Bob Marley

Personnel

Credits adapted from Discogs.[1]

  • Domo Genesis - vocals and songwriting on all tracks
  • Tyler, the Creator - production on tracks 1, 2, 4–8, 10, 11 and 13; guest vocals on tracks 4 and 9;[nb 1] additional vocals on tracks 2, 7, 10, and 12
  • Hodgy Beats - guest vocals on tracks 7 and 12; additional vocals on track 10
  • Left Brain - production on tracks 3, 9 and 12
  • Frank Ocean - backing vocals on track 7[3]
  • Syd Tha Kyd - co-production on track 5, additional vocals on track 9

Notes

  1. ^ Tyler is credited as Wolf Haley on track 4 and as Ace Creator on track 9.

References

External links

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