Aminé has dropped off his latest studio album Limbo, the followup to his 2017 debut Good for You.
Executive produced by Pasqué and the rapper himself, the 14-track project flows at a steady pace and features guest appearances from JID and Charlie Wilson on “Roots,” Young Thug on “Compensating,” slowthai and Vince Staples on “Pressure In My Palms,” Summer Walker on “Easy,” Injury Reserve on “Fetus” and Daniel Caesar (unlisted) on “My Reality,” along with production from the likes Boi-1da and T-Minus.
Limbo exemplifies Aminé’s striking balance of harmonious, energetic sonic backdrops and introspective lyricism. He has, without a doubt, mastered the art of crafting infectious hooks, but also chooses to deliver pensive offerings to create a well-rounded album. The shifting moments from the trap-infused beats of “Woodland” to the guitar-tinged “Kobe” spoken interlude (where Jak Knight speaks of the effects of Kobe Bryant’s untimely death), or from the slick Walker-assisted cut “Easy” to the heartfelt mother’s anthem “Mama,” highlights Aminé’s dedication to producing more than just a one-track offering, indicating that his artistry won’t stop evolving any time soon.
Stream Aminé’s Limbo on Spotify and Apple Music below.
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