The Kid LAROI & Juice WRLD - Reminds Me Of You
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Based on 25 ratings
2020 Ratings: #395
Liked by 2 people
December 8, 2020 / Release Date
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Juice WRLD, The Kid LAROI / Primary Artists
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Cry
77
A single drops one year after Juice WRLD's death and it just reminds me of him all over again. LAROI handles the chorus along with a verse with some lovely vocals, which aren't his best but are still amazing, while Juice WRLD sounds wonderful with vocals filled with variety that I've never heard before, sounding so soothing and smooth, which was special cause I haven't heard him sound like this before, on the first half of his verse, while building up to the classic Juice WRLD vocals that we ... read more
LyricalMiracleS
64
The lyrical substance on this track is so dry and bland to the point where it gets tedious and the song isn't even three minutes long. It started to get tiring to hear every single bar relate to something that reminds both artists of someone. I never expect much on the lyrical front from either of these two, but they really could've tried harder. This is also one of the laziest LAROI choruses I've heard because of this. Anyway, the other aspects of the track aren't that bad. The ... read more
Case
70
It’s not terrible, but it’s not one of the better Juice songs I’ve heard. Neither Juice or The Kid LAROI were bad on here though, and the beat was solid, even if it was pretty generic.
horse
70
Track doesn't have that much substance but it is easily the most bearable Kid LAROI has ever been
jwhiz27
77
The Kid Laroi had some pretty good vocals on this one, as they weren’t very annoying here. When hes not sounding annoying, he sounds nice. The Juice verse was solid too. Chorus and beat were both decent. Overall, this wasn’t bad, but I feel like we’re getting close to the point in which they’re milking his death by releasing completely unfinished stuff, like they did with X.
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Added on: December 8, 2020