Kill Bill & Rav & Scuare - Skin
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2020 Ratings: #18
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February 26, 2020 / Release Date
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every project these guys make improves greatly from the last, a classic could be coming very soon
Is this project as beautiful as its cover? I have no doubt.

If we compare it, I think Skin is the best of the current "trilogy", because they've managed to improve the production to make it more sophisticated and professional, while offering an irreproachable content (except for the skits that I find quite boring, but without any seriousness). The addition of Scuare obviously plays a role as well, since it also forces others to be even more concise and efficient when it's their ... read more
☆☆☆☆ 1/2

Really didn't feel like publishing another review... But that was until I found the best Hip-Hop album of the year.

Can't really add much to the conversation, might be able to say more on a year-end list, but for now I'll just say that homies copped themselves some addictive production and flow incredibly well with one another over some smooth jazz-rap and superb samples. Their chemistry is on another level.

Give them more attention please. Lord knows they deserve it.
Kill Bill and Rav have become some of my favorite artists of the last decade. Their style of rapping isn’t anything especially innovative, but it’s endlessly replayable. Their talents were highlighted especially with their near perfect 2019 output New Moon, which ruled my music listening last year. And although they had a small misstep with Solar Flare, a summerfried collection of bedroom rap bangers, I was still very excited when this was announced

And now they are back with a ... read more
This 27 minute record has something for just about any hip hop head. Grimy East-coast flows, lo-fi production, introspective lyrics, and some aspects of Slum rap allows "Skin" to bring a lot to the table in a short listen. The various verses play off of each other pretty well although the concepts and chemistry can feel off at times. Things feel a little disjointed near the end and the closer "Belong" is a really weak conclusion in my opinion. The production for the most ... read more
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Added on: February 26, 2020