More album reviews from September 1.
COI is an album that is fun, upbeat, and experimental; Blue Moon is an EP that is pretty chill. Throughout the latter, Coi mainly does her work over dramatic, moody production, choosing to speak on some pretty deep topics. She does have a song called “Isbael Marant” in which she talks her s**t (Which includes taking subs at Latto and Trippie Redd) and sounds like a female Playboi Carti.
I will never understand why y’all don’t like Coi Leray. She is clearly talented. Even though she brings her C-game for this EP, you can’t deny that the music is good.
Favorite Tracks: 3,2,1 (Trust) & Liquor and Weed.
Blxst and Bino Rideaux are back with a new Sixtape. Sixtape 3.
For those of you who aren’t familiar with Blxst and Bino Rideaux’s games, all you need to know is this: They are smooth West Coast singers who often bless us with hip-hop-like lyrics. That said, Sixtape 3 is soft enough to play in the telly, with its silky smooth vocal performances and chill-ass beats, but if you listen closely to the two artists’ lyrics, you will realize that they are on demon time most of the time. With fall approaching quickly, I think this 6-track EP with impeccable vibes is perfect to play.
Favorite tracks: “Road Runnin,” “Blueprint,” and “Get Away.”
First and foremost, R.I.P. to Blac Youngsta’s brother. I’m sure it’s tough times for the Memphis rapper right now. Secondly, I think it’s pretty courageous of him to return to the music scene with a new project.
In Blac Sheep 2, you get your typical Blac Youngsta music. The project boasts menacing, booming trap beats and raw lyrics that revolve around shooting s**t, spending money, making money, doing reckless s**t to females, and more. We also get animated deliveries out of Blac, the kind that makes me very hesitant to call him a rapper (He’s more of a toxic motivational speaker to me). I don’t love the album’s quality and feel there isn’t a single thing that stands out to me.
Favorite Tracks: “Count Up,” “Mosh Pit,” “No Reasons,” and “Straight Line.”
Quincy is the creator of Ratings Game Music. He loves writing about music, taking long walks on beaches, and spaghetti that fights him back.