Q u a v o H u n c h o Album Review

Q u a v o  H u n c h o  Album Review

Jason Credle Jr.

Cover of Quavo Huncho The Hyped solo album debut from Quavo is filled with skips and songs disappoint when compared to any Migos album.
Rating: 6.5/10
 
 
 
 
It’s not like there was something special to expect from a Quavo solo project. It had good beats but repetitive content as usual. It’s just hard to expect innovative music from a rapper who heavily relies on auto tune at this point. Trap music, in general, is getting more and more generic by the moment.  But at least QUAVO HUNCHO is not complete trash, it works fine as background music. It sounds like 2010s trap album and it is so bland that it makes it difficult to imagine another solo album from Quavo would be a good idea.  Quavo Huncho’s individual features provide more of a draw than every solo track combined, proving that Quavo still needs some time to grow and develop as a solo artist. Quavo did what I expected him to do. He just did it in a more disappointing fashion. He shows flashes of real potential on this project, but it feels more like wasted potential than anything. Migos are the crowned kings of the stream-trolling wave. He’s the same artist he has been his entire career. He’s getting slightly more ambitious, but he’s doing so very slowly. Too slowly.
SONG BY SONG BREAKDOWN
1. BIGGEST ALLEY OOP (4.5/5)
2. PASS OUT (3/5)
3. HUNCHO DREAMS (3/5)
4. FLIP THE SWITCH (4/5)
5. GIVE IT TO EM (3/5)
6. SHINE (2/5)
7. WORKIN’ ME (4/5)
8. HOW BOUT THAT? (2.5/5)
9. CHAMPAGNE ROSÈ (3/5)
10. KEEP THAT S**T (2/5)
11. FUCK 12 (2/5)
12. LOSE IT (2/5)
13. RERUN (5/5)
14. GLOW (1/5)
15. LAMB TALK (4/5)
16. BIG BRO (2/5)
17. SWING (3.5/5)
18. BUBBLE GUM (5/5)
19. LOST (3/5)