PORTLAND-BRED RAPPER, ARTIST,
DIRECTOR, CULTURE SHAKER AND
AMINÉ PRESENTS NEW ALBUM
After heightened anticipation this year for 5x platinum certified artist Aminé’s anxiously awaited second full-length album, the Portland-proud rapper, artist, director, and culture shaker officially presents ‘Limbo’ [Republic Records] buoyed by 50 million cumulative streams generated on select tracks so far — LISTEN HERE!
This week, also saw the release of a Wes Anderson-esque, Jack Begert co-directed music video for “Compensating” ft. Young Thug, which sees Aminé and friends having an elegantly fun affair in a French style mansion in Bel Air. Grab your tennis racket… and WATCH HERE!
Aminé, born Adam Aminé Daniel, alongside co-producer, Pasqué, threaded together a dynamic and diverse statement piece in ‘Limbo.’ To herald the record, via the voice of friend and writer/comedian Jak Knight, he introduces “Burden” by saying, “This is some shit you go and pick your homie up from jail with” as hypnotic harmonies and live guitar fuel throwback East Coast-style bars rife with clever lines and vivid storytelling. It dips into emotional confessions such as the spoken-word interlude “Kobe” where he admits, again via the voice of the ABC Black-ish fame Jak Knight, “It weirdly fast-forwarded my maturity,” in reference to the tragic passing of Kobe Bryant. Organ resounds through “Roots” where his tightly wound rhyme-craft takes the spotlight. Everything culminates on the finale “My Reality” where heavenly choir and strings collide in one last soulful strut.
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