November

SiR - November
Critic Score
Based on 4 reviews
User Score
Based on 90 ratings
2018 Ratings: #487
January 19, 2018 / Release Date
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Top Dawg / Label
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CRITIC REVIEWS

76
HipHopDX

It’s a powerful introduction to someone who’s so often behind the scenes. And while there are a few missteps along the way, November effortlessly reinforces what we all know: love is one helluva drug.

72
Pitchfork

There’s a neo-soul silkiness to many of his songs, with an atmospheric, jazzy vibe in the production—November is an album for lighting incense, not candles.

70
Highsnobiety

On November, his first proper LP under the TDE roster, the singer-songwriter and producer asserts a unique potency of vibey R&B that bridges influences of the past to the present without feeling too dated.

60
Exclaim!

It won't be a white-hot success, but November is another solid effort from SiR that's ripe with potential.

guccirayn
50
Anderson .Paak with no personality
BuffaloStaple
60
nothing crazy but better than ctrl tbh
itsyahboinoah
49
So guys, what are your top 5 favorite films of last year.
MasterCrackfox
58
This album had a handle of potential but didn't really live up to the expectations of the labels predecessors (SZA, Lamar). The lyrics are sophmoric at times, but the beats and vibe really save the album from being too much of a bust. There are also a few standout tracks (D'Evils, Summer in November) that help this album out.
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Track List

  1. Gone
  2. That's Alright
  3. Something Foreign (feat. ScHoolboy Q)
  4. D'Evils
  5. Something New (feat. Etta Bond)
  6. I Know
  7. Never Home
  8. War
  9. Better
  10. Dreaming of Me
  11. Summer in November
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Added on: January 18, 2018