B-Lovee literally explodes in “Misunderstood.”
TOP 3 SONGS
I love that B-Lovee uses his inside voice in this song.
“Reminiscing” is my kind of track: It’s a love song that features a smooth beat, infectious melodic raps, and romantic lyrics that women will love. This might be B-Lovee’s realest song to date (I mean, he says the word ‘realest’ a lot in the song).
2. All In
The soulful, gentle, and drill-heavy mess that is “All In” is very entertaining to listen to.
I feel like songs like “All In” are booming in the streets these days. I can get behind the song. I can’t quite get behind B-Lovee’s flows in the song, though.
1. Boom Boom (Ft. A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie)
A Boogie and B-Lovee’s chemistry in “Misunderstood” is on point.
The hook that A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie blesses this song with is stupendous. I also f**k with the back and forth between Boogie and B-Lovee. On the real, “Boom Boom” sounds like the only traditional track on this album.
SONG BY SONG BREAKDOWN
1. Humble (3/5)
2. Need You (Last Strike) (2/5)
3. All In (3/5)
4. Boom Boom (4/5)
5. Don’t Change (3/5)
6. Remincing (3/5)
7. My Everything (2/5)
8. IYKYK (3/5)
B-Lovee sounds like a more organized, drill-influenced, and tamed Tekashi 6ix9ine (Mind you, B-Lovee sounds far from tamed… That’s how crazy Tekashi sounds, to me).
In this eight-track EP, B-Lovee literally sounds like a dude that was in the process of ripping his shirt off while rapping. With that being said, I love the fact that he toys with beats that merge drill with old-school R&B and pop vibes. The contrast of sounds is pretty interesting to listen to. As for B-Lovee’s rapping style, it’s not quite for me (There are times in which he flows unorthodoxly and sounds a little too out-of-control), but I do know it’s a booming style of sorts. All in all, I think this is a project that at least shows people what B-Lovee is capable of.
Quincy is the creator of Ratings Game Music. He loves writing about music, taking long walks on beaches, and spaghetti that fights him back.