8 Songs, 30 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Point—Travy P’s first EP on the WVS label of rapper/producer Miracle—comes so long after 2013’s Out Of The Blue EP that they could have been made by two different artists. To his credit, the Travy P of Point has grown quite a bit as a rapper. Here, P makes the leap from the bedroom freestyles he once laid over pirated 9th Wonder beats to owning a distant iteration of the clipped, post-trap flows fathered by American rappers like Key and Lil Uzi Vert. “Dial Up,” P’s flex as storyteller, is an unexpected high point.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Point—Travy P’s first EP on the WVS label of rapper/producer Miracle—comes so long after 2013’s Out Of The Blue EP that they could have been made by two different artists. To his credit, the Travy P of Point has grown quite a bit as a rapper. Here, P makes the leap from the bedroom freestyles he once laid over pirated 9th Wonder beats to owning a distant iteration of the clipped, post-trap flows fathered by American rappers like Key and Lil Uzi Vert. “Dial Up,” P’s flex as storyteller, is an unexpected high point.

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