15 Songs, 1 Hour, 2 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Between the dark truths and delirious musicality of Chicago, Mick Jenkins finds his niche in hip-hop. His agile but understated rhymes are the threads that tie together excursions into house music and R&B. Alongside his equally free-thinking Chi-Town peers, these songs nail a wise and world-weary tone even as they luxuriate in the luscious, bubbling warmth of the beats.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Between the dark truths and delirious musicality of Chicago, Mick Jenkins finds his niche in hip-hop. His agile but understated rhymes are the threads that tie together excursions into house music and R&B. Alongside his equally free-thinking Chi-Town peers, these songs nail a wise and world-weary tone even as they luxuriate in the luscious, bubbling warmth of the beats.

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Customer Reviews

5 out of 5

132 Ratings

Mick the man Fam

Iloveoldmusic,

Mick back at it again🔥 The most lyrically talented underground rapper you will ever see. Don't believe me? Listen to P's and Q's.

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WeezyDaTruth,

Mick Jenkins is about to release arguably the most important album this year

About Mick Jenkins

Born in Huntsville, Alabama in 1991 and raised in the South Side of Chicago, MC/poet Mick Jenkins (whose real first name is Jayson) made an impact in the early 2010s' Chicago hip-hop scene with his socially conscious, intelligent lyrics and tough yet unforced delivery over acid jazz-influenced backing tracks. Affiliated with hip-hop crew Free Nation, Jenkins began releasing online mixtapes in 2012, starting with The Mickstape in January and followed by The Pursuit of HappyNess: The Story of Mickalascage in August. Trees & Truths, an ambitious 17-track mixtape filled with biblical imagery and demonstrating Jenkins' remarkable growth as a lyricist, appeared in April of 2013 and significantly raised his profile within the Chicago rap community, and later in the year, Jenkins collaborated with Chance the Rapper and Vic Mensa on a single called "Cross Roads." Jenkins received national attention for The Water[s], his 2014 mixtape that featured guest appearances by Statik Selektah and Joey Bada$$. This led to a support slot on a fall 2014 tour with Method Man, Redman, and Cypress Hill's B Real, followed by tours with Kirk Knight, Joey Bada$$, and STWO in 2015. Jenkins signed to Cinematic Music Group in 2015, releasing an EP titled Wave[s] in August while working on his official full-length debut, The Healing Component. That LP arrived in late 2016 and debuted at number nine on the R&B/hip-hop chart. ~ Paul Simpson

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