Alright, so this record starts off kind of slowly, but it would be unlike super producer No I.D. to leave us hanging. By the time the first chorus hits, there’s no doubt there is some method to madness known as No I.D. We’re new to the sounds of Snoh Aalegra here at The Nation, but that probably means you are too. Let us know what you think about this record. I am digging her overall sound, and it’s refreshing to hear good vocals over non trap and 808 laden instrumentals. Did I mention she’s pretty bad? That’s bad as in good…looking…nevermind.  Share if you like it, comment if you don’t, but always visit



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