On Sight starts the album off with Kanye on a lo-fi electronic beat. Black Skinhead is the second track, it sounds very tribal. I Am A God has a very long triumphant intro, he says he is a god even though he's a man of god. New Slaves, Kanye goes deeper talking about slaves, stereotypes and racism. Hold My Liquor he talks about being drunk, reflects about waking out of a coma and his fatal car crash. I'm In It is a rap/pop/electronic/reggae blend, he makes a lot of sexual references in it. Blood On The Leaves, Kanye brings back his auto-tune alter-ego, singing through the whole track. On the next track Guilt Trip he continues his singing, then breaks back into rapping, this is another Kanye heartbreak rap song. Send It Up is another lo-fi sounding track that doesn't have a lot of percussion, I like how it continues to switch up though. Bound 2 uses a decent sample in the beat, it's a really stripped down beat, he talks about falling in love and women.
Overall, this is another experimental album be Kanye in the same light as 808 & Heartbreaks. I give Yeezus 3 out 5 stars.
- SIC ILL
Also be sure to subscribe to my youtube channel for more album reviews - http://youtube.com/mrsicill