KSI- “All Over The Place” (Album Review)

KSI- “All Over The Place” (Album Review)

On July 16th, legendary YouTuber and aspiring rapper KSI released his second studio album, All Over The Place. While JJ isn’t innovating or remaking the wheel with this one, his passion and drive to create hit songs make this 46-minute experience more enjoyable than most of the records coming from the mainstream’s a-list as a whole. Although this is more of an insult to hip hop’s chart-toppers than a compliment to KSI, his endeavors in making everything from a vibrant rock-infused banger like “Patience” to a hard-hitting drill cut in “Madness” are super entertaining and quite refreshing. As an MC, KSI is quite the show between his lively flow, powerful voice, and willingness to try out literally any popular style. Topping his stellar showing off with big-name features like Polo G, 21 Savage, and Future, KSI keeps the wow factor up with exciting guest performances. When it comes to the styles used here, the only time KSI sounds off is on the very pop-oriented tracks such as “Holiday,” which’s overproduced beat drops and achy singing make them a chore to get through. Overall, All Over The Place is nothing that will break the industry or establish KSI as a true pioneer or visionary, but its 16 tracks of fun will go on to show that the British mogul can make ambitious bangers better than 95% of the other people trying.

Rating: 5.3/10


  • KSI excels at making a fun hit-filled adventure
  • Successfully makes trap, drill, melodic, and rock-infused bangers
  • Features add a lot of thrill and excitement
  • Uses unique vocals to his advantage


  • Nothing new or innovative is going on here
  • Album is a little dragged out with 16 songs

Tracklist Ranked:

  1. Madness
  2. Number 2
  3. Sleeping With the Enemy
  4. Patience
  5. Silly
  6. No Time
  7. The Moment
  8. You
  9. Don’t Play
  10. Gang Gang
  11. Rent Free
  12. Really Love
  13. Swerve
  14. Flash It
  15. No Pressure
  16. Holiday

Written By: Mr. Fantastic

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