Che Noir & 38 Spesh - Juno
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February 14, 2020 / Release Date
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This album is kinda great, but I personally don't think it's nearly as stellar as either of the Thrill of the Hunt projects. I'll give credit to 38 Spesh for stepping things up on the production front, but Che`​ Noir's rapping isn't as remarkable as it's been in the past. I think there are only one or two songs here where she actually spits more than one verse. A lot of these songs feel very skeletal. The features are slightly above average for the most part. I still think Che`​ is a superb ... read more
Che Noir has been a consistent presence in the sea of new hip-hop music from Buffalo. She pairs well with the ever prolific 38 Spesh on the boards. After a few songs, this does start to feel repetitive and gets a little boring, but Che Noir seems to be on the rise. Each release holds a little more attention and I’m looking forward to hearing what’s next.
I fuck with the Ransom, Eto & Planet Asia features, but the rest is mediocre lyrical boom bap that sometimes borders on boring. Her flow is just very bland, never cared for it. Rogue Venom shits on her.
damn this production crazy and the rapping is solid
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Added on: January 17, 2020