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Niqle Nut – CiNQO [EP]

Niqle Nut teamed up with Keanu Beats to put out a fire Summer project, and their collaborative EP, “CiNQO”, is finally here. The “CiNQO” title comes from the significance in the number 5 to Niqle Nut. Growing up on 115th street in Inglewood, California, Niqle Nut was shot 5 times before deciding it was time to turn his life around and seriously pursue music. The EP itself is also 15 minutes long, but doesn’t see a single dull moment. The production is entirely handled by Keanu Beats, who takes experience from producing Migos hit “What The Price” and lends it to this “CiNQO” EP. From the opening track “Kill Season”, the production is balls to the wall and plays a major role in the feel of each song. Niqle Nut’s flows are as snappy and refreshing as ever, and matched with Keanu Beats he feels entirely in his comfort zone. Niqle Nut continuously proves his ability to create a larger than life presence in his music. Overall, CiNQO is an end to end banger led by Niqle Nut’s flows and ability to paint a picture. Backed by Keanu Beats production, “CiNQO” is a serious Summer heater, and for fans of in-your-face trap, this project is not to be missed.

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Niqle Nut – Crip Money [Audio]

Hailing from the streets of Inglewood California, NIQLE NUT has previously displayed his ability to calmly rap in the pocket while spitting some hard lyrics on recent drops like “Fresh AF” and “Ball Out”. NIQLE NUT calls on producers Ric & Thadeus once again for “Crip Money” to capitalize on his large, yet clean and flexible vocals and lyrics. The productions is modern-trap inspired, featuring twangy synths and a bump that keeps the track moving, even though NIQLE has no problem carrying the track with his own flows. Consistently putting in work and releasing music, it’s exciting to see this artist’s growth and development. “Crip Money” in particular is an example of NIQLE NUT’s ability to put out a good hook, and keep each line entertaining enough to listen to the whole song, and he does it without the assistance of a feature.

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