The Corcoran $3 Million lawsuit album review of Chance The Rapper’s “The Big Day” is going viral. It’s not often you get to see an album review direct from the managers perspective, and this one was legendarily disrespectful.
In Chance the Rapper’s manager album review of “The Big Day” light was shed on the allegedly unusual process of creating the album. The review starts off criticizing Chance the Rapper for starting work on the album in February of 2019, giving him only about 4 months to complete the album even though he had major plans like a wedding. He claims Chance the Rapper’s “creative process” was thrown off by the timeline, which called for a July 2019 release date.
Things got disrespectful when Corcoran accused Chance the Rapper of having undisciplined unproductive studio sessions. He claims Chance the Rapper procrastinated with lazy efforts towards writing and recording “The Big Day” album. Lastly he said the finished product was “freestyle driven” below average album.
Take a look at Chance the Rapper’s manager lawsuit album review of “The Big Day”.
The sad part about this is the album had very bad reviews overall, which would support the manager’s review of Chance The Rapper’s project. The allegedly low tour sales didn’t help the album’s case either.
The Corcoran lawsuit album review of “The Big Day” is about as raw as an album review will ever get from someone who had a insider view.