Tinashe - 333

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The title track has so much ambition that it lives up to by its end. The distorted groaning reminds me of something BANKS would do (not unlike "Poltergeist"), but the robotic baroque vibes remind me of "Lucky" by Charli XCX. The Chicago drill-inspired beat during the first verse gives the girls Pop Smoke by way of Nashe, and I have to stan. Absolutely's part is so dope, too, with the way her tone inspires RAYE comparisons. "333" draws from so many influences, combines so many sounds—yet does it in such an exciting way. And don't get me started about Tinashe's fluttery high notes throughout. (Altogether, she uses her voice in many exciting ways across this album.) Chef's kiss.
So, if what I read on Genius is true, ABSOLUTELY and RAYE are sisters?!?! Talent truly is hereditary.
 
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