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  • Summary: The latest full-length release for the rapper features guest appearances from Melanie Charles, Keisha Plum, Tha God Fahim, and Westside Gunn.
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  1. Jun 21, 2021
    88
    Pray for Haiti is his most ambitious, definitive project since his 2016 masterpiece Haitian Body Odor, a collage rendered in full.
  2. Jun 21, 2021
    82
    Pray For Haiti is an easy starting point for new Griselda fans looking to find out what the Mach-Hommy hype is all about.
  3. Jun 21, 2021
    80
    On Pray for Haiti, he has successfully stayed true to his roots while offering unique yet less obtuse content.
  4. The Wire
    Jul 28, 2021
    80
    It’s an impressive whole, even if a few of the individual parts don’t hold up to scrutiny. [Jul 2021, p.70]
  5. Jun 21, 2021
    76
    Haiti lacks a clear narrative. Still, this hardly harms the project. It simply constrains it to being particularly strong rather than transcendent.
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  1. Jul 13, 2021
    9
    Pray For Haiti is a heavenly project for those desiring a lyrical clinic. Mach-Hommy delivers a ton of punchlines in every song, and kept mePray For Haiti is a heavenly project for those desiring a lyrical clinic. Mach-Hommy delivers a ton of punchlines in every song, and kept me captivated even though his flow and delivery can be described as monotonous. It is indeed his most mature and ambitious project as its length is greater than all his other projects, and he dispensed with some of the cornier hooks than he had used in a lot of previous project, and the production on this album is the best since his 2017 album The G.A.T.. There are a few flaws in this album, however, which is the fake-sounding hook of Murder CZN and the weak closing song Sin Eater/Ten Boxes. Overall, it is definitely one of the best projects of the year, and I look forward to more Westside Gunn- exec. produced projects by Mach. Expand