6 Songs, 18 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5

10 Ratings

10 Ratings

Truly amazing


This EP is true art. You can really hear that she enjoys what she's making 🌙🌏🌿

The same magic from her first EP


I love her voice. I like that her sound hasn't changed much :)



Ravyn must have a dope relationship with one or two producers that really understand her vibe and together they stretch out great sounds with the harmonies and beautiful landscapes with her words. She is criminally underrated, in a way that I really appreciate because I feel like I have a little gem to myself. But I feel slightly wrong for that, because simply put more people should be listening and more 5 star ratings should be on this review board.

About Ravyn Lenae

Ravyn Lenae arrived during the latter half of the 2010s with an atmospheric yet song-oriented form of contemporary R&B that resembled a mix of low-key Erykah Badu and early Little Dragon. Lenae made her debut as a teenager in 2015 with Moon Shoes, an EP produced by fellow Zero Fatigue member Monte Booker. Originally issued as a free download, it was picked up by major-label Atlantic for commercial release the following year. A shorter EP supported by Atlantic, Midnight Moonlight, followed in March 2017. By this point, Lenae had also racked up featured appearances on tracks headlined by Booker, Noname, Mick Jenkins, Saba, and Smino, among others. Remarkably, all this occurred while Lenae was attending Chicago High School for the Arts. "Sticky" was out by the end of 2017 and landed on Crush EP, issued early the following year with the Internet's Steve Lacy featured on two cuts. ~ Andy Kellman




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