HotBlock Jmoe’s latest album, “Da Hottest,” is a true work of art, showcasing the artist’s skills and versatility. The 15-track album features collaborations with G Herbo, Tyler Yaweh, Fresco Trey, Yung Bleu, and Tory Lanez. From the Sibley Intro to the final track, Pray More, Jmoe puts a lot of time and effort into each song, making it one of the best, if not the best album of the year so far.
The album is filled with notable tracks, such as “Heavenly Melody,” “658,” “Making Plays,” “Blame On Us,” “Spinnin’ Back,” “Role Play,” “Michael Jackson,” “Type of Mood I’m In/King Talk,” “9x Outta 10,” and “Pray More.” Each track showcases Jmoe’s vocal range and his ability to mix melody and rap perfectly. The album’s production is top-notch, with clear mixing and mastering, and the beats are creative and unique.
One of the standout tracks on the album is “Heavenly Melody,” which features Jmoe’s singing voice and a heavenly synth that complements the vocals perfectly. Another notable track is “658,” with its distorted synth intro and piano, the beat switches up, and Jmoe goes crazy on the track. “Blame On Us,” featuring D.A. Got That Dope, is another notable track on the album, with its super melodic beat and Jmoe’s vocal range.
The album also features a number of notable collaborations, such as “Role Play” with Tyla Yaweh, “Long Road” with G Herbo, “Safe Wit Me” with Yung Bleu, and “9x Outta 10” with Tory Lanez. Each feature is a perfect complement to the track, and Jmoe’s chemistry with the other artists is evident.
Overall, HotBlock Jmoe’s “Da Hottest” is a must-listen for fans of rap, melody, and good music. Jmoe has truly raised the bar with this album, and it is a testament to his hard work and dedication to his craft. Definitely a strong contender for the best album of the year.