ONEPOINTFIVE

Aminé - ONEPOINTFIVE
Critic Score
Based on 3 reviews
User Score
Based on 409 ratings
2018 Ratings: #891
Liked by 7 people
August 15, 2018 / Release Date
LP / Format
Republic / Label
Hip Hop, Trap Rap / Genres
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CRITIC REVIEWS

80
HipHopDX

Regardless of where he goes next, ONEPOINTFIVE stands as a worthy entry into the catalog of an artist who remains nothing but himself.

60
Highsnobiety

ONEPOINTFIVE is an overall solid work, offering more of the trunk-rattling, bitingly intelligent hip-hop that made him an instant standout during his rise to prominence as a member of XXL‘s 2017 Freshman Class. That said, the album is clearly lacking in the hit department – there are no “Caroline”s or “Campfire”s to be found here – and it is weighed down by moments that feel pronouncedly lacking in inspiration.

60
Pitchfork

Regardless of classification, ONEPOINTFIVE is a project about adjusting to a new class of rapper, how shifting tax brackets come with a new outlook on life. But in these songs of excess, Aminé’s feel-good music starts to lose some of the stained, lived-in quality that once made it so rich.

zachthesnack
66
Lowkey just realized that is name in Aminé and not Anime.

wow
morningsbell
81
A blend of bangers and chill tracks. Might not be ambitious but I really enjoyed it, to my surprise...
Pamford45
60
Maybe he's too simplistic because I found this album overly long even being just 35 mins. The majority of songs sound good but are too much drabbed. At the end, it just feels average.
kyledimick
90
Aminé sacrifices some of his experimental production from his last project "GoodForYou" in return for some more uptempo playboi carti style production. However, where playboi carti lacks the lyrical ability to make a complete song Aminé excels at it. He uses this style and expands upon it while not sacrificing its hype and or pop appeal. This album to me signifies the future or trap/pop rap to come. And while there are some tracks that stand out less on this album, the ... read more
eastbaldboy
60
In Preparation for Limbo:

This is fine. Sure. I wasn't really crazy about any of the tracks, except for the closer, TOGETHER, and sometimes I felt Amine was mumbling too much and there were points that felt about boring. But this is fine. Also, there's a Gunna feature on this record. *vomit*

But listening to this only made me more excited for Limbo. Amine showed potential here, and all of the singles for Limbo have been great. I even like them more than any track off ONEPOINTFIVE.
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Track List

  1. DR. WHOEVER
  2. HICCUP (feat. Gunna)
  3. REEL IT IN
  4. BLACKJACK
  5. WHY?
  6. SHINE
  7. CHINGY
  8. DAPPERDAN (feat. G Herbo)
  9. CANTU
  10. SUGARPARENTS (feat. Rico Nasty)
  11. STFU2
  12. RATCHET SATURN GIRL
  13. TOGETHER
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Added on: August 15, 2018