When Tints dropped, my hype for this record slowly started fading. It just lacked the punch that other house-influenced bangers like Am I Wrong, Lite Weight or Glow Up had. Also the K-Dot feature was quite disappointing.
And sadly, with Oxnard Paak follows the route laid out by Tints before. Most of the tracks on here just can't compete with Malibu's production. Especially the cheap sounding drums on tracks like Smile/Petty take away from the album's polish in a way that not even the ... read more