J.I.D – DiCaprio 2 Album Review | DEHH

J.I.D.’s DiCaprio 2 is the Dreamville rapper’s second studio album. It was released on November 26, 2018 via Dreamville Records, Interscope Records and Spillage Village. The album follows his debut album The Never Story which dropped back in 2017 and it also serves as the sequel to DiCaprio which dropped in 2015.

DiCaprio 2 has features from 6LACK, ASAP Ferg, BJ the Chicago Kid, Ella Mai, J. Cole, Joey Badass and Method Man. Production on DiCaprio 2 was done by Christo, J. Cole, Elite, Nice Rec, Hollywood JB, WondaGurl, Kenny Beats, Skhye Hutch, Ron Gilmore, ChaseTheMoney and Mac Miller among others.

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Comments

kassan williams says:

The first rapper to rap fast and you can hear him? So yall never heard ot reacted to tech n9ne come on bruh!

Martin Hagen says:

Unrelated to the video, but does anyone else experience a visual effect from DEHH thumbnails? the black outer edge with lighter middle makes it kinda pulsate while in my side-vision.

Sergio Mendoza says:

Am I the only one that hears this and feels like it is soooo similar to section 80? Not in a bad way at all but the parallels are pretty interesting in the sense that the subject matter of songs are similar like off the zoinkys and ADHD or Ronald regan era and Kendrick talking about prostitution and treating females right and JID does the same thing on songs like Strawberries the fact that both Kendrick and JID really increased their skills with their second I guess “mainstream” exposure just kinda interesting that the trajectory is so far the same yet still very different and distinguishable between the two I Hope JID goes on to do great things

Clifton Pierre-Antoine says:

DiCaprio 2 = *10/10*

Bittah says:

Y’all trash

nab says:

review limbus 2 lol

Quedoggydog08 says:

Are you going to review Black Thought Streams of Thought Vol 2?

De void says:

I’m legit mad about Slick Talk
The beat switch was way too early
I need a full song of the first 40 sec

Valenya23 says:

I’m feeling everything yall are saying. AGREED 1000%

Jwuan Murphy-Rodriguez says:

I could see people being disappointed bc this album is a less cohesive project than Never Story. But this go hard af

That Dude Najarian says:

Can we get the Pieces of a Man review?

KonsciousKoonKiller 22 says:

Let’s go

Jeffrey says:

Damn this review makes me want to re-listen the whole album again. From the first listen I thought it was just one of those overhyped albums

SlabBeats says:

Did nobody like Never Story more?

GORDON GARTRILL says:

Kinge dropping wordplay in the discussion

Paul says:

Has the privilege of seeing JID on the Cole tour when he came to the UK last year. Before that night I’d never heard of JID or EarthGang but they blew me away that night and so did Ari Lennox. JID was my most played on Spotify this year, Cole’s eye for talent is impressive.

quinnjordan115 says:

J.I.D. has to be the frontman now. Cole gotta step out the way and give him the push he needs . Great Album, Great Radio Records. He gotta be up next.

Ryan Naylor says:

Bruh J Cole and Mac came thru with that Skrawberries beat!!!!!!! Wish Mac would’ve dropped a verse tho!!!!!!!!!

Kwenton Davis says:

you guys shout check out Lute from dreamville

TheJustwM says:

SRS

Matt J says:

I’ve been checking back here literally every day for this review + Mick Jenkins “Pieces of a Man”. Half way there.

Evan Weninger says:

Earthgang is better than half the TDE crew

Alvin Mwanicky says:

Is it just me or is his flow very similar to Kendrick’s? I could hear Kendrick all over Off Deez

Tony says:

Hopefully yall review smino – noir and earl sweatshirt some raps songs

JC Fitz says:

JID is the next one up period

RuthlessPlatypuss says:

Only song I didn’t like was westbrook because of the hook.. not a fan of that trap asap stuff

Kevin Goodwin says:

New Earl? Only Myke will like it but I want to hear the gang review it.

vMan says:

Nice review , but , failure to mention 151 Rum AT ALL cost you a thumbs up

Alpha Omega says:

When Streams of Thought volume 2 though?

Karim Shuman says:

Next should be Ice Cube’s Eveeythang’s Corrupt and Black Thought’s SoT vol.2

Raul Rivas says:

If j.cole and kendrick never happens, im all ears for JID AND KENDRICK COLLAB

Erick Ortiz says:

I didnt even know yall were still alive

Smiling Bolt says:

Mines
1.Slick Talk
2. Skrawberries
3. Hot Box
4. Off da Zoinkyz

caos024 says:

Cole needs to get GRIP. Listen to GRIP’s Porch album. Dude is nice.

quintandf72 says:

They forgot Lute be spittin for Dreamville too. As well as Omen

Hector Rivas says:

I know you guys have to have something to say about Some Rap Songs

Vic Maserati says:

You guys should review Montana of 300 album. He’s spits fire bars with the best metaphors

TheJustwM says:

Do Some Rap Songs!

Andrew Weaver says:

Mac Miller organized this whole album and put finishing touches on it before he passed. They fuckin killed it

Bryce Smith says:

I ain’t heard no Busdriver comparisons im dissapointed

king steezin says:

Give the people what they wanna see, review Meek Mill

TheBoi Rusty says:

Kendrick my favorite rapper but how can you say JID is biting his flow. Tbh JID has way to many flows compared to him imo.

William Rudasill says:

Could u give the new token album a chance been getting alot of praise the kid is definitely going to be a huge name in the future i think u guys would appreciate the music the production is on point and u can just hear the hunger in the kids voice reminds me of a young eminem

Harrison Daley says:

Does nobody know who Omen is?!

James C says:

Just review Behold a Dark Horse without Feefo, I wanna see what Beezy and Ken have to say about this album!

Tj Thomas says:

Can y’all review locksmiths new album

SlabBeats says:

Earthgang!

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