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Filename:Yung Lean – Salute / Pacman.mp3
03:12 | File size: 3.42 MB | 320 Kbps
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Filename:Yung Lean – Salute / Pacman (Star Align Crew Remix).mp3
04:18 | File size: 5.75 MB | 192 Kbps
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Filename:Marina Mata (Cover Remix).mp3
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Filename:Yung Lean – Salute / Pacman (Lyrics In Description).mp3
03:46 | File size: 5.85 MB | 320 Kbps
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Strangers received an average score of 63, based on 12 reviews, indicating “generally favorable” reception. NME magazine’s Jamie Milton noted that “Tragedy surrounds Yung Lean’s work, and “Stranger”‘s best moments find him channelling turmoil into something cathartic” and said that Stranger was “sad, despairing and desolate”. Writing for The Observer, Tara Joshi found the record more comfortable than Lean’s previous work, specifically his second major label album, “channelling his uniquely hazy take on melodic southern hip-hop” and said that “Stranger is especially striking for its beautiful production, drifting with dark synth glossiness that can feel a little meandering and aimless but just about avoids self-indulgence.” Meaghan Garvey of Pitchfork said that the “Swedish rapper’s third album offers glimpses of his full potential, songs that pierce through the detachment that once obscured real emotion.” and said that “In these moments, Lean’s identity shifts from something borrowed to something innate.”