Nash's "Sincerely Yours" album is an incredible body of work by this extraordinary lyricist. I found it to be very revealing of the life of a well seasoned artist. The album opens up with "Days Gone By" which I think is one of the realest tracks in every sense of the word. It basically introduces the entire demeanor of Nash in a line he says "stay quiet move loud on these motherfuckas". Nash is simply about actions in everything he's involved in.
Another amazing track is titled "HipHop". It brought me back to the "Old" Common Sense that I know, the song "I used to love her". Nash uses a lot of metaphors to describe his relationship with the art & love of hiphop in his life. Nash's song "hiphop" was well orchestrated and executed, very dope concept.
The song "If I die" with lines from lyrics like "no more half a** promises" bring you back to an era when Jay-Z used to write & not freestyle his verses. Another song called "We used to be in love" extremely personal & real! You can tell once you hear this song it's 100% authentic, very relatable track. Sounds like vintage Bad Boy Loon/Mase. You would think Nash is straight out of Harlem on this track. I must also mention he's singing the hook on this extremely dope song.
On this project he has features from Tony Yayo, Ukno & a female vocalist by the name of Shoney. The song featuring Yayo & Ukno called Murder is definitely a banger, some real hard street s***!
He closes out the album with the title track "Sincerely Yours". The perfect song highlighting his lyricism and also his melodic singing skills. This is one of the best well rounded indie projects that I've heard in a very long time. If you want real, authentic, genuine music thats actually saying something, this album is something you DEFINITELY need to checkout!!
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