This is an enjoyable album with a good balance of emotion to party. Nino Man does a great job showing a softer side while keeping the tougher street one.
The production is good and works well with Nino’s style of rap. There is a good mixture of older and modern beats with a blend of high and low tempo. There are no real problems with beat selection here. Nino has done well here.
The lyricism is good and helps to make each song more entertaining. There are moments of greatness but also some more average moments that don’t reflect how talented Nino is. Maybe a few more technical aspects could be added more frequently, but if he continues like this, Nino will be a top lyricist.
The features are good and show that Nino has some Hip Hop power on his side. Each brings a good verse and really ups the star quality of the mixtape. Maybe more features could have made some more interesting tracks, however the chance to showcase his own ability was a solid choice.
Overall, this is a good project for any listener of Hip Hop. If he can build up off of what he has done with this, Nino Man could have a very fruitful career in rap.
This project is a testament as to why Nino Bless is a growing power in Hip Hop. He makes bold statements about other rappers and makes thought provoking music while bringing aggression and a new point of view to the table.
The production is good and fits with Nino’s stance on his place in Hip Hop. It is aggressive, sometimes dark, but also sometimes uplifting. A bit of a rollercoaster with twists turns and dips, but all entertaining. Unfortunately it all comes across as very computerised and manufactured to be generic, rather than organic and designed with him in mind. This detracts a bit from the listening experienced but still makes for a good listen.
The lyricism is good, but it can be difficult to hear him over the backing beat as his voice is a touch high in pitch which can make the backing seem louder in comparison. His actual words are cleverly crafted and should appeal to audiences that enjoy wordplay and lyricism. When you can hear the words, it all flows together very well and Nino Bless should be commended on that.
The features are good and come across as a good addition in the diversity corner. However they tend to take up a fair chunk of the song they are featured on, which can take from what Nino is doing on the song. However since Nino is on every song and other people are not, then it does not make too much of a change to the whole project.
Overall, this is a good project to project to help project Nino Bless into the Hip Hop mainstream and get his name into the households, however it is not totally cohesive and while people may talk about him, it may not be about how he is the best, but maybe one of the top.