The energy behind this album is very excitable, yet relaxed. Her cadence glides along the bouncy beat of each song embodying confidence.
“Don’t invite me to no party if I can’t put on a show.”
Her cadence along with her flows on different tracks are comparable to fellow rapper Bia. Songs like “Freak Bitch” is very reminiscent of certain songs from Bia’s previous releases.
However, this doesn’t mean that they mimic each other’s sounds. Their overall music approaches, aesthetics, and personas are worlds apart from each other.
This album has quite a few strong tracks that would be club and festival staples. I’d highly recommend songs like Michael Phelps, Better Than Me, Freak Bitch, Ronald Raegan and Think Last.
The name of the album is indicative of the overall sound. “The Art of Geekin,’ has its ups and downs when it comes to overall audio quality, but her delivery and content were consistent.
Certain tracks have some replay value, the lyrical content is good, her flow switches are noteworthy, and she has a familiar cadence that will draw your attention. ‘The Art of Geekin’ earns the rating of 3/5 stars.
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