Top Shotta | NLE Choppa


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Top Shotta

Top Shotta is the debut studio album by American rapper NLE Choppa. Initially set for release in early 2020,it was released on August 7, 2020 via NLE Choppa Entertainment under exclusive license to Warner RecordsProduction was handled by several record producers, including CashMoneyAP, Javar Rockamore and TNTXD. It features guest appearances from Chief KeefLil BabyMulatto and Roddy Ricch. The album debuted at number ten on the Billboard 200. -Wikipedia

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  • Paste Magazine

    The young rapper's major label debut, Top Shotta, is at its best when he's open, honest and emotional.  

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  • NME

    He's still only 17, and yet the rap protege here proves himself with a collection that balances his braggadocio and vulnerability to thrilling effect.  

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  • Ratings Game Music

    If you want to listen to music that will make you do a few more reps at the gym, play the first half of Top Shotta. If you want to listen to music that is dramatic, listen to the second half of Top Shotta.  

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  • Hit Up Ange

    “Top Shotta” is definitely not a bad album despite some dull moments that will also come due to us already hearing a lot of these tracks prior to the album release, but one thing is for certain and with NLE only being 17, it definitely means there is a lot more potential to come from this kid. 

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  • The Needle Drop

    NLE Choppa's debut album is buoyed by his potential and a handful of hard-hitting highlights.  

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  • Hip Hop Hopscotch

    NLE Choppa has potential but he didn't meet it with this one. There is as much good as there is bad, and it's nice to see a new side of Choppa but overall this averages out to a straight down the middle score.  

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  • Ben's Beat

    Choppa’s debut is far from perfect, but for a 17-year-old on the verge of exploding into the mainstream this is an impressive first collection of tracks. It’s becoming increasingly difficult in a peak trap world to stand out, and that’s exactly what he’s done here. Once the kinks are ironed out, we might be looking at a future superstar.  

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