Rising Rapper Smino Shines On Must Hear, Soulful New Album 'NOIR'


We’re almost at the end of the year but some of our most anticipated hip-hop albums are just now coming or are on the way as we just got a new album from Vince Staples and Smino while Anderson .Paak and J.I.D. have theirs on the way. Today one of those albums is here from none other than one of our favorite rising rappers Smino. The steadily rising rapper landed a high spot on our best hip-hop albums of 2017 and has just dropped his new 18-track album NOIR and it’s fire.

He brings on collabs from Valee, Ravyn Lenae, Bari. Jay2 and Dreezy showing off his hybrid sound throughout the project we’re surely going to have on repeat for a minute. Smino has a one-of-a-kind sound that’s unmistakably him whenever you hear his voice. He uses his voice in variety of ways showing off his verbal dexterity displaying an insane level of verbal dexterity spitting some of the most intricate, technical flows while also providing some extra smooth soulful singing. He skips along the beat, switching things up without warning flipping his flows mid bar in some occasions. The songwriting is some of his best yet and we can’t wait to see where Smino goes from here. Enjoy!

Smino - NOIR

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