8 Songs, 26 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

In the summer of 2016, Brian Collins headed into the studio to find “a new Kid Ink sound”, promising something “still radio-friendly but more diverse” than his previous records. His mission’s been accomplished on an EP where tropical-tinged summer jam “F With U” and semi-crooned relationship drama “Lottery” are irresistible calls to the dance floor, while “Supersoaka” and “Sway” set his bold innuendo to street-tough, mesmeric hip-hop. His flow remains typically low-key throughout, riding every change of mood and pace with appealing cool.

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics. Apple Digital Master

EDITORS’ NOTES

In the summer of 2016, Brian Collins headed into the studio to find “a new Kid Ink sound”, promising something “still radio-friendly but more diverse” than his previous records. His mission’s been accomplished on an EP where tropical-tinged summer jam “F With U” and semi-crooned relationship drama “Lottery” are irresistible calls to the dance floor, while “Supersoaka” and “Sway” set his bold innuendo to street-tough, mesmeric hip-hop. His flow remains typically low-key throughout, riding every change of mood and pace with appealing cool.

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics. Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

4.1 out of 5
47 Ratings

47 Ratings

Shaun G. ,

Summer Time ⚡️☀️

Good mix of old sounding Ink and new sounding Ink

BonesJones20_ ,

Miss the Old Kind Ink

I miss the days of Rocketship Shawty...

Kid Ink's a Pop Rapper now. Dude's sold out a bit. Still has some decent stuff but it's not great like the work he came up on.

Liljjblobm ,

Garbage rap

This type of rap needs not to be in rap

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