8 Songs, 26 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

In the summer of 2016, Brian Collins headed into the studio to find “a new Kid Ink sound”, promising something “still radio-friendly but more diverse” than his previous records. His mission’s been accomplished on an EP where tropical-tinged summer jam “F With U” and semi-crooned relationship drama “Lottery” are irresistible calls to the dance floor, while “Supersoaka” and “Sway” set his bold innuendo to street-tough, mesmeric hip-hop. His flow remains typically low-key throughout, riding every change of mood and pace with appealing cool.

EDITORS’ NOTES

In the summer of 2016, Brian Collins headed into the studio to find “a new Kid Ink sound”, promising something “still radio-friendly but more diverse” than his previous records. His mission’s been accomplished on an EP where tropical-tinged summer jam “F With U” and semi-crooned relationship drama “Lottery” are irresistible calls to the dance floor, while “Supersoaka” and “Sway” set his bold innuendo to street-tough, mesmeric hip-hop. His flow remains typically low-key throughout, riding every change of mood and pace with appealing cool.

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