15 Songs, 48 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

On his full debut, Nines examines the issues faced when journeying from street life to music success. That subject’s coming into sharp focus for him because, on this evidence, he’s talented enough to become one of UK rap’s biggest MCs. His relaxed flow delivers riveting imagery and sharp analogies on “Going In” and “Love 2 the Game”, while some top-drawer features include a swaggering, addictive hook from J-Hus on the woozy “High Rollers”.

EDITORS’ NOTES

On his full debut, Nines examines the issues faced when journeying from street life to music success. That subject’s coming into sharp focus for him because, on this evidence, he’s talented enough to become one of UK rap’s biggest MCs. His relaxed flow delivers riveting imagery and sharp analogies on “Going In” and “Love 2 the Game”, while some top-drawer features include a swaggering, addictive hook from J-Hus on the woozy “High Rollers”.

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