Jin - Sincerely Yours Mixtape Review

I remember seeing this kid Jin on TV, mixtapes and freestyle shows years and years ago and thought "this dude has skills". Never really heard from him or saw him on any major features or album drops so figured he got lost in the music mix. Now I guess he is popping back up. First note.  Since you been gone Jin mixtape covers need to be a little better then an average self portrait. Also 5 songs do not make a mixtape nowadays either. Jin – The Sincerely Yours mixtape is not much to write home about more less listen to. I used to think this guy was good at rapping and making music but after this I can see why his career might not have gone anywhere. This mixtape sounds old and played. 5 + years missing and this is what you come up with? For someone who seemed to have so much potential this is terrible. 5 tracks to pick from and I might have to with zero or I guess this one:

Jin - Sincerely Yours

It feels like Jin's prime is over and he simply did not capitalize on his original fame. This mixtape is more hurt then comeback hero. In this case EP = Early Procession. RIP Jin.

Sound Production/Beats/Music Quality = 2.5/5

Flows/Song Concepts/Lyrics = 2/5

Listening Value/Download Worth/Playability = 2/5

As always everyone’s taste in music is different and my thoughts are not necessarily a result of anything meaningful. Read at your own risk :)


01 Jin - Sincerely Yours
02 Jin - Just Music
03 Jin - Whatever It Takes
04 Jin - Changed Man
05 Jin - True Religion

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