On the new track from her forthcoming mixtape, buzz-blurthy rapper Angel Haze has written a song called “Cleaning Out My Closet”, on which she raps in the same cadence over the same beat Eminem used in his song of the name. In honor of that effort I am going to copy and paste another music writers review here and change some of the words around, because if these musicians aren’t going to try why should I?
Though Angel Haze’s career
suffered underwent a few false starts missteps she came into her own found her voice on this year’s Reservation, a hard-charging aggressive mixtape peppered sprinkled with unrelenting bangers enthusiastically aggressive songs like “Werkin’ Girls.” Now Today, she’s released fed into the content mill something a song that dives even further into the dark, tackles the controversial subject matter of the violent corners parts of Angel’s upbringing youth, where sexual assault begat severe pain, mental and physical. It’s fitting It makes sense that she places the verses on top of fellow Detroit native Eminem’s own “Cleanin’ Out My Closet,” another artist rap person with a penchant brand that f or turning tragic mines tragedy circumstances for subject matter and into revelatory art. that people want to write about on the internet. — Words written by Luke O’Neil