Quin NFN - 4NUN
Quin NFN
Nov 13

Recent Reviews

Nov 23, 2019
This kid just keeps grindin, he's locked up and he just dropped his best album. I was not expecting much from Melly vs. Melvin, mostly because he's deadass in jail. But YNW Melly not only produces fun, energetic tracks -- a style that has become his staple -- he also crafts songs that are raw, nuanced and honest.

"Two Face" and "Suicidal" are great opening tracks, capturing the listeners attention and combining Melly's signature trap beats with a melodic flow and a ... read more
Nov 23, 2019
A Love Letter To You 4 is a decent addition to the Love Letter mixtape series. I will admit, after '!', I was very nervous this project was gonna be extremely subpar. I'm a big Trippie Redd fan, I think his flow and energy is infectious, but ! was just an extremely underwhelming release, especially after 2018's 'Life's A Trip'. But Love Letter 4 is not bad by any measure. My biggest complaint is the amount of songs. The albums isn't even that long, it clocks in at under an hour, but there are ... read more
Nov 21, 2019
Father Figure 3:Somewhere Out There is a solid follow up in the Father Figure trilogy by Rexx Life Raj. Rexx’s signature style is at the forefront for most of the album, his melodic delivery blurs the line between hip-hop and R&B, most notably on “Falling” and “Somewhere In Paris”. There are some songs that call back to older styles, such as the funk rhythms of “Re-Up” and the soul feel to “Grown Folks”.

“Your Way” with ... read more
Nov 21, 2019
Don't Wake Me is a solid, touching and focused EP from Thutmose. Thutmose came to the forefront for a lot of people with his feature on the Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse soundtrack. That same song, "Memories", is one of the five featured on Don't Wake Me. The EP also features more pop-oriented songs, such as "Ambience", a track that features a title with a clever double meaning. "Love in the Morning" is another gentle track, although this time it delves more ... read more
Nov 21, 2019
I absolutely love this album. It is only 8 songs and 26 minutes, but what it lacks in quantity, it DEFINITELY makes up in quality. Each song is a like a production of it's own, there are essentially no songs that sound like they pressed 'play' on a beat and rapped over it. "Public School" is the closest to a traditional rap form, but even the beat and Armani White's delivery have variances that you don't usually hear on traditional trap songs.

"Black Oak Park" and ... read more
Dec 22, 2019
How is your day? (It's for a list)
Nov 3, 2019
Supp! I'm doing a challenge at the moment, the "out of my comfort-zone challenge". This is a challenge where I need to listen projects, I normally wouldn't listen too. After some listen I need to state my opinions in a review. If you would suggest an album to me, it would be great! As long as they aren't metal, hip hop or rap! (experimental/abstract hip hop, weird rap is allowed though)
Oct 13, 2019
Think of one album/ep/mixtape you REALLLLY want me to listen to. And I will listen to it in full (Unless it's super long but like SUUUPER long like i'm not listening to a 2 hour album lol)

(might've accidentally shouted in some single accounts)
Sep 28, 2019
What's your least favorite album from your favorite artist? (I T S F O R A L I S T)
May 10, 2019
I swear your reviews sound way more positive than your scores.
Apr 9, 2019
You deserve more followers ngl
Pianist, composer and music theory nerd trying to find the best album of 2019

My top ten albums of Summer '19

1. CASE STUDY 01 - Daniel Caeser
2. Bandana - Freddie Gibbs
3. The Lost Boy - YBN Cordae
4. Ugh Those Feels Again - Snoh Aalegra
5. So Much Fun - Young Thug
6. Live On Ice - Tobi Lou
8. Gravity - Pell
9. 1123 - BJ The Chicago Kid
10. Chasing Summer - SiR
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