13 Songs, 36 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Ever more personal and approachable, the rap experimentalist is in compelling form. Michael Quattlebaum Jr has likened his female alter ego’s full debut to “the mainstreaming of Mykki Blanco”. It’s certainly his most immediate work. “High School Never Ends” fuses glittering rhythms, orchestral drama, and old-fashioned heartache, while “Loner” sets a struggle with self-worth to fiercely poppy beats. Playful thorniness has always been part of his appeal though and “S** Talking Creeps” restores some thrilling belligerence.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Ever more personal and approachable, the rap experimentalist is in compelling form. Michael Quattlebaum Jr has likened his female alter ego’s full debut to “the mainstreaming of Mykki Blanco”. It’s certainly his most immediate work. “High School Never Ends” fuses glittering rhythms, orchestral drama, and old-fashioned heartache, while “Loner” sets a struggle with self-worth to fiercely poppy beats. Playful thorniness has always been part of his appeal though and “S** Talking Creeps” restores some thrilling belligerence.

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