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    Phyno’s ‘Something To Live For’ exalts excellence and consistency [Review]

    Phyno’s ‘Something To Live For’ exalts excellence and consistency in his decade of craftmanship.

    With his first three solo albums, Phyno became an underrated ‘Mr-no-bad-albums,’ kinda like T.I or The Game and here Phyno’s ‘Something To Live For’ exalts excellence and consistency [Review]

    His debut, No Guts, No Glorywas the excellent genre-bending Rap album that defined the 2010s and elevated indigenous rap.

    Phyno’s ‘Something To Live For’ exalts excellence and consistency [Review]
    Phyno
     His fourth solo album is an exercise in grown topics around gratitude, his journey, love, loss, braggadocio, and more.

    His demeanor is grown, confident, affirmative, and sometimes contemplative.

    Across 16 tracks, Afro-swing forms the bedrock of most tracks, sprinkled with one or two hard-hitting rap records, some Highlife, one Ekpili, and one Amapiano – which is quite amazing, to be honest.

    More than anything, this album showcases Phyno’s already documented range.

    Ratings:


    Production quality


    Tracklisting


    Songwriting


    Intro


    Outro

     70%


    70%


    80%


    80%


    70%

    Mid = 0.00

    Average = 0.01

    Good = 2.5

    Excellent = 2.5

    Conclusion:

    Mp3bullet gives the EP 75% (Good) general rating

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