HU$H invests plenty of effort into his beats and tracks, but they are so dense and packed with stuff that it can be hard for the rapper’s vocals to shine amidst the crackling percussion effects and dark, churning synths. In “No Worries” the artist states his defiant individualism. In “Smoke,” he makes it clear he’s gonna tune out the world and...just get high. We like “Questions” most of all; though the song’s message is again about his need to be left alone (“people keep pressing me”), HU$H delivers a multi-faceted flow that results in moments that are dramatic and unpredictable. Still, there’s too much that’s familiar here. We urge HU$H to keep working toward something that fans have never heard before.