Che Noir drops a brand new project that is pretty consistent with her high level of talent. Although there are 9 tracks, it doesn’t feel like a long project at all. It goes by pretty quick. As a great artist always does, she leaves us wanting more. Her bars are finely-crafted and very introspective and clever. For features, she employs Ransom, Benny, 38 Spesh, and a few more. The production on here might not be as forceful and banging as it was on previous releases, but the beats are still pretty decent overall. This might not be her best album ever, but Che Noir continues to be a force to be reckoned with in the game today. She’s got the skill, the team, and the sound, to be very successful and she is demonstrating it quite well.
Che Noir is a national treasure. This MC is able to spit at such a high and thoughtful level, it really is uncanny. I love what she did with this album giving it the whole food theme and weaving some deep thoughts into it like lacing a shoe. Her bars are expertly-crafted and superbly thought out. She has some fantastic features from Ransom, Rome Streetz, 38 Spesh and more. The highlight is probably “Table For 3” featuring 38 Spesh & Ransom. All 3 MCs really do a great job with their verses and the beat is pretty dope as well. All in all, Che Noir continues to show us why she is a top tier rapper in this game today. I might even go as far as to say she might be the best female MC of all time.
Che Noir drops a fantastic new project called After 12. Really the only downfall about it is that it is only 6 tracks and an intro skit. She definitely left us wanting more. But that is what a truly great MC does. Che Noir’s pen game is phenomenal and every time she drops, it is something special. She has what it takes to become great. Her bars are not only technically skilled, but also very realistic. There are some fantastic features from some of the underground’s best MCs including RJ Payne, 38 Spesh, and Ransom. Why wouldn’t she put herself amongst the elite? The beats she chooses are great as well. She definitely picks very street tracks, but also tries to inject some elements of melodic songs in there. Highlights include the song “Grace” featuring the beautifully sang hook by Amber Simone. “Moment In The Sun” featuring RJ Payne and Sa-Roc is another heavy hitter on here. All in all Che Noir did a great job with this project and we eagerly await more moments from her.
Producer extraordinaire Apollo Brown and Buffalo MC Che Noir link up to form a an almost heavenly bond and create a near masterpiece with their new album. This album is about as close to perfection as you get. Che Noir crafts some expertly thought out rhymes song after song. I especially appreciated the different song themes she came up with and also how closely the rhymes are to each theme. Her flow is amazing also as she is able to ride the beat with her vocals. There isn’t much more you could say about the greatness of Apollo Brown. His gritty tone for beats and the way he creates masterpieces every time is almost unmatched out there amongst producers today. He did it again and gave us more fantastic beats. One of the best highlights on this project is “12 Hours” as it shows what a misunderstanding can lead to. Other highlights on here include “Anti-Social,” “Blood Is Thicker,” and “94.” This album is chock full of depth and stories over expertly-crafted beats. This is definitely an album that you will want on repeat. Fantastic job by both Che Noir and Apollo Brown.
Che Noir puts out another gem for fans to revel in. This MC right here is absolutely stupendous. Her pen game is not like a lot of people out there. Her bars are expertly written and she is an expert at what she does. The best part about her is that she seems to be getting better and better. That’s what we all want to see: MC’s on the rise and perfecting their craft. Couple this high level of rhyming with production from the likes of 38 Spesh (another MC that is making waves in both the lyrical and the production side) and you have some heat cooked up for you. The highlight of this project has to be the expertly written “Art Of War.” Your rewind button will get worn out with this one. I had to listen back to this one quite a few times to get all of the bars in there. A lot of the album follows suit but that song definitely sticks out. She is doing a fantastic job and the sky is the limit. I want to see great things for this MC.
This is the first project I have heard from newcomer Che Noir and I was very impressed. Hailing from Buffalo, Che Noir is a female MC that spits better than a lot of her male counterparts in the game today. I’d almost say her style is very similar to other Northern New York artists. I’d almost say she is the female 38 Spesh, but I know she has carved out her own lane. She has really dope rhymes all throughout this new project. One word that can sum it up would be “fresh.” She’s giving her perspective on the world and she is doing it in a new way. The production on this project is above average as well. You are getting some real bangers on here and she is able to spit over them effortlessly. The only downside was that most of the songs are only a minute and a half to two minutes long. Yes, it is a mixtape, but it left me wanting more. That is a good thing though and possibly planned. I can’t wait to see a studio album from her.