Review (ENG) : Yung Simmie // Shut up and Vibe III

Pour lire cet article en français, cliquer ici This last 18th of December, Yung Simmie unveiled Shut up and Vibe III, thereby ending a th scography is explicit. The project's cover also outlines this by including numerous elements of the rapper's past projects, namely the weather forecast from Simmie Season or some of the artist's gimmicks, which are scribbled in the background, among other things. As a matter of a fact, the artist scatters the tape with these bars he is known for, and indicates on several occasions to have remained the same since his last projects. 7 gram blunt lookin’ like a cigar- Vip This a cool beat, same guy, it ain’t a new me- Da Lyricist Despite having not come up with a single project in three years, Yung Simmie achieves to return without giving the impression that he has ever been missing; this is in fact the tape's major strength. When listening to Shut up and Vibe III, the audience is faced with an artist true to himself in all aspects. Moreover, the rapper actually intends to return to the forefront of the scene for good, and has recently confirmed that two projects were on the way: Simmie World, for which the artist has announced wanting a guest on every track, and Yung Smokey 2. Both albums should be unveiled in a relatively close future. Even though this instalment of Shut up and Vibe does not particularly stand out from the rest of the artist's discography, it brings forth two major points. Firstly, it marks the possibility of a return to a similar tape release policy to that of the period between 2013 and 2017, despite Simmie having left the Raider Klan. Secondly, this is above all else a project with the ability to satisfy those feeling a certain sense of nostalgia when it comes to the so-called Soundcloud era- this tape therefore represents an indispensable listen for the supporters of that scene, for which Yung Simmie was a prominent figure....