Though the New York producer-rapper has worked with a number of prominent artists in the past, this LP sees no features, narrowing the focus on Pi’erre’s musical abilities. The 16-track album is jam-packed with melodic vocals, crisp drums and syncopated synths. “Poof” is the first track on the album and kicks off with the artist unapologetically showing off his well-established sound backed by spaced-out synths and rich auto-tune. This mid to fast-tempo time signature is consistently carried through most of the album, with the exception of a few slowed down instrumentals occurring in tracks like “Ballad” and “Speed Dial.” The Life of Pi’erre 4 measures at approximately 50 minutes long and follows the artist’s previous The Life of Pi’erre 3, released back in 2016.
Scroll below for a listen of Pi’erre Bourne’s latest LP The Life of Pi’erre 4.
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