More album reviews from September 1.

 Coi Leray – Blue Moon

Coi Leray quickly returned to the music scene with a five-pack EP called Blue Moon. Just a few months ago, she released a full-length album called COI.

COI is an album that is fun, upbeat, and experimental; Blue Moon is a pretty chill EP. Throughout the latter, Coi mainly does her work over dramatic, moody production, choosing to speak on some pretty deep topics. She does have a song called “Isbael Marant” in which she talks her s**t (Which includes taking subs at Latto and Trippie Redd) and sounds like a female Playboi Carti. 

Even though Coi Leray brings her C-game for this EP, you can’t deny that the music on it is good.

Favorite Tracks: 3,2,1 (Trust) & Liquor and Weed.




Blxst & Bino Rideaux – Sixtape 3

Blxst and Bino Rideaux are back with a new Sixtape.

For those of you who are unfamiliar with Blxst and Bino Rideaux’s games, all you need to know is this: They are smooth West Coast singers who often bless us with hip-hop-like lyrics. That said, Sixtape 3 is soft enough to play in the telly, with its silky smooth vocal performances and chill-ass beats, but if you listen closely to the two artists’ lyrics, you will realize that they are on demon time most of the time. With fall approaching quickly, this 6-track EP with impeccable vibes is perfect to play. 

Favorite tracks: “Road Runnin,” “Blueprint,” and “Get Away.”




Blac Youngsta – Blac Sheep 2


In Blac Sheep 2, you get your typical Blac Youngsta music. The project boasts menacing, booming trap beats and raw lyrics that revolve around shooting s**t, spending money, making money, doing reckless s**t to females, and more. We also get animated deliveries out of Blac, the kind that makes me very hesitant to call him a rapper (He’s more of a toxic motivational speaker to me). I don’t love the album’s quality and feel there isn’t a single thing that stands out to me. It is entertaining, though.

Favorite Tracks: “Count Up,” “Mosh Pit,” “No Reasons,” and “Straight Line.”