I liked it. It isn't like #1 album rap, but I think that was part of the appeal. It was funny, clever at times (you had some good lines man!), and creative. I think it didn't have enough scene progression--think how a music video carries a plot in the background. But the scenes were fitting irreverent so no complaints here.
Thank you, much appreciated!!
Your good at animation
Thank you, I try to improve everday.
Okay. I can see this is one of your first works of... Ehrm... "Art".
Listen, I don't want to be too harsh, but I need to point out a few things.
The vocals were too quiet. Not only that, but they are uninteresting as well. It seems as if they were written in around an hour. Also, the background "music" seems to be the same thing looped over and over, with tiny variations that make no difference in the final product. Back to the vocals. What little pitch was in there sounded completely off key and/or monotone. Also, you sound as if you're trying not to be heard, please speak louder.
The animation has three, maybe four unique shots. Frosty in the North Pole, Frosty in a recording studio, Frosty in what I assume is a truck, and a random snowman/snow woman twerking with a brown background. There's about twenty seconds referencing some fictional album, and it's not funny, if that was the intention. Sorry. Every aspect of this is bad. Blam this please.
Well then it wasnt for you, ive heard more good feedback than this. But thank you for your time