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  • Summary: The second full-length studio release for the British rapper features guest appearances from 21 Savage, Anne-Marie, Bugzy Malone, Craig David, Deno, Digital Farm Animals, Future, JAY1, Lil Durk, Polo G, S-X, and YUNGBLUD.
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  1. Jul 21, 2021
    70
    ‘All Over The Place’ swaps the focussed UK rap of his debut for something broader, balancing soulful guests and slick production in the process. While not everything here excels, it’s a bold record and cements KSI’s place as a key player in UK music.
  2. Jul 21, 2021
    60
    His follow-up project, All Over the Place, is aptly titled. It fidgets from genre to genre, UK garage to drill, pop to Afro swing, but never quite finds its resting place.
  3. 60
    KSI does well to allow his collaborators to come in and do what they do best in their respective styles. ... At times, though, All Over The Place flails in the absence of a singular distinct voice.
  4. 60
    He has some bangers, despite being pretty hit or miss. This second stab at musical longevity is exactly what it says on the label: all over the place. But at this point in his musical career, that’s not necessarily a bad thing.
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  1. Jul 27, 2021
    9
    A major improvement from his previous album Dissimulation, lyrically, beat selection, vocals, flow, and consistency wise. The album does whatA major improvement from his previous album Dissimulation, lyrically, beat selection, vocals, flow, and consistency wise. The album does what it's meant to, it's literally titled "All Over The Place" for a reason. Although, for the future, JJ could improve on lyricism and entry/approach for some of the tracks on this project, as it felt like on some of his verses on his feature heavy brought me out of the feeling of the album. Expand
  2. Jul 26, 2021
    8
    enjoyable and versatile. Pretty average lyrics at times but nonetheless at least one person will enjoy a song on the album. Good vibes on this one.

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