By Mo Indigo
The Queens based singer/songwriter creates a strong introduction with “My Time” a gritty opener with solid rhymes. He illustrates vivid imagery in “Okay” and “Holy.” “Thrizzy” and “OG” ooze Knight’s confident, upfront nature.
Aaron eases any escalating emotional tension with Dancehall-inspired “Whine”, smoke heavy “Roll It” and penultimate suave record “Dinero”. “Life to Live” acts as a reassuring closer, solidifying his destined greatness.
WIGKO explores moments of euphoria, hustle and ambition. Knight maintains a strong, energetic presence in his project. The future of R&B is in good hands.
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