I definitely f–ks with Mick Jenkins, as his smooth/eccentric sound is something I find extremely unique. This song continues in that trend, as he plays crooner to his woman.
One of Mick’s approaches to tracks involves him opening up (Shall I even say sounding sappy as hell) when talking about the many things that he loves — this particular subject is about his woman. I’m not sure how poetic Mick usually is, but this time around he sounds like f–king Nick Cannon on ‘Love Don’t Cost a Thing’ when he took the girl to that poetry spot. It’s amazing to me how a man with such a monstrous voice can sound this pleasant….
GoldLink follows in Mick’s footsteps, but his rhymes are a little more herky jerky than Micks. GoldLink definitely sounds like he has some Jamacian in him.
OVERALL RATING (4.5/5)
Quincy is the creator of Ratings Game Music. He loves writing about music, taking long walks on beaches, and spaghetti that fights him back.