15 Songs, 51 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

In September 2016, Artist Dubose was being feted as the man who could reinvigorate New York hip-hop. “It’s a lot of pressure,” he told the New York Times. Unbowed, he’d deliver this sure-footed full debut just 12 months later. With a voice that blends melody and muscle, he considers the highs and lows of fame on simmering opener “No Promises,” and responds to being pulled over for having tinted windows with playful triumphalism on the spry, piano-infused “Say A’.” “Drowning” serves up enjoyably unabashed braggadocio, but the Bronx MC doesn’t shy from soul-baring—he’s just as compelling when he’s sighing over romantic complications on “Unhappy” and “Get to You.”

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EDITORS’ NOTES

In September 2016, Artist Dubose was being feted as the man who could reinvigorate New York hip-hop. “It’s a lot of pressure,” he told the New York Times. Unbowed, he’d deliver this sure-footed full debut just 12 months later. With a voice that blends melody and muscle, he considers the highs and lows of fame on simmering opener “No Promises,” and responds to being pulled over for having tinted windows with playful triumphalism on the spry, piano-infused “Say A’.” “Drowning” serves up enjoyably unabashed braggadocio, but the Bronx MC doesn’t shy from soul-baring—he’s just as compelling when he’s sighing over romantic complications on “Unhappy” and “Get to You.”

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Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
28 Ratings

28 Ratings

YEETYEET COONTRY BOI ,

Dang man

That’s pretty good stuff; and I’m not one for rap music, but it was stuck in my head.

Gummyswag ,

Nice

Good

Hi hi 123 ,

There’s one song that’s not clean

“F*****g & Kissing (feat. Chris Brown) isn’t clean all the way... but overall good album

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