Continuing his phenomenal run from last year, the Buffalo MC releases another project, this time finding the right balance between affluence and authenticity for the sound of the album.
Hailing from North London, NPhil’s debut mixtape already sets the newcomer out from the crowd.
The sequel to the cult coke rap classic extends the Griselda rapper’s echelon, sticking to his thesis while evolving sonically.
Conway and Big Ghost take the same approach on this album just as their past collaboration: sinister beats along with the grimiest bars you could imagine.
Longevity matches legacy on the veteran’s third album, carefully constructed to demand the respect as as UK rap legend.
The Northampton rapper’s sophomore album is powerfully candid once it speeds through the hasty first half, balancing the mental with the sentimental.
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