14 Songs, 57 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

He’s received plenty of useful co-signs—a spot on Janelle Monae’s fledgling label, a guest appearance in Luke Cage—but Jidenna Mobisson doesn’t miss his shot on his first album. As strikingly confident as it is unpredictable (check the night and day trap twin-pack that is “Helicopters / Beware”), The Chief mines everything from dancehall (“Some Kind of Way”) to Jidenna’s Nigerian ancestry (staff-raising battle-cry “Long Live The Chief”) to carve its unique speaker-toppling space.

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics. Mastered for iTunes

EDITORS’ NOTES

He’s received plenty of useful co-signs—a spot on Janelle Monae’s fledgling label, a guest appearance in Luke Cage—but Jidenna Mobisson doesn’t miss his shot on his first album. As strikingly confident as it is unpredictable (check the night and day trap twin-pack that is “Helicopters / Beware”), The Chief mines everything from dancehall (“Some Kind of Way”) to Jidenna’s Nigerian ancestry (staff-raising battle-cry “Long Live The Chief”) to carve its unique speaker-toppling space.

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics. Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
336 Ratings
336 Ratings
Bizbabo ,

Bambi

"Sometimes I hide, when you FaceTime I text you back a lie, cause I'm afraid to look back in your eyes. I'm terrified you were love of my life"

JoMiSm 23 ,

LOVE!

Heard Long Live The Chief on Luke Cage and never looked back. Great album!

KellerJo ,

Awesome

I've been waiting for a full album for a while now, love just about everything this guy does!

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