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TEAM REVIEW: Nash “Pint of Fear (P.O.F.)”

For those who have been with myself and Carrick from the beginning of time (Team MCC), team reviews will be something familiar to you. We’re bringing back the feature to help support all the independent artist out there, as well as assisting the music lovers in discovering new talent. We’ll give you a quick rundown on what we collectively think about a project to let you know if it’s worth checking out, or not worth your time.

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Our newest collective review covers self-claimed ‘Detroit’s top lyricist’ Nash and his new mixtape “Pint of Fear [P.O.F.]”


Average Rating: 3.2/5
BOMBS - 3-2

@CaseyCARTER
Rating: 2.5/5
Favorite Track: “On The Run” Freestyle
The boy Nash can rap. He shows those skills over every beat on here, but it would have been nice to hear him on some original beats. Wouldn’t necessarily bump this more than once.

BlitzB
Rating: 3/5
Favorite Track: “Deep Cover (Freestyle)”
We rarely hear music from Detroit besides mainstream artists such as Eminem, Royce, Big Sean, Dej Loaf and Danny Brown. However, rhyme spitter Nash makes an impact on his latest mixtape with a slew of freestyles over classic instrumentals. His voice and choice cadences reminds me of Obie Trice, which is a plus. The mixtape is good but after hearing it, I want to see what he can do over some original production. I’d recommend checking it out.

@_yungbae
Rating: 3/5
Favorite Track: “Regulate” Freestyle
I liked this project. It was a good change from what I usually listen to. And there was actual meaning and story in each song. It gave me a lot of old jam type feels too with the beats which made me feel like I time traveled.

@lroyer91
Rating: 4/5
Favorite track: “Wu Renegades” Freestyle
Some of the cleanest filth you’ll slap all month. Freestyles that actually slays!

@_kweenkaysh
Rating: 3.5/5
Favorite Track: “Blue Ferrari’s” Freestyle”
​The ​concept of having a freestyle tape is super dope! I think adding some of his own beats in there would make the tape more personal for people to get to know Nash as an artist. But this tape definitely slaps, check it out!

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