Huncho Jack, Jack Huncho – Travis Scott & Quavo – 6

1. Modern Slavery – 6.7
2. Black & Chinese – 7.8
3. Eye 2 Eye – 7.5
4. Motorcycle Patches – 7.9
5. Huncho Jack – 6.5
6. Saint – 6
7. Go – 6.9
8. Dubai Shit – 7
9. Saint Laurent Mask – 6
10. Moon Rock – 5.7
11. How U Feel – 5.5
12. Where U From – 6.6
13. Best Man – 6

Huncho Jack, Jack Huncho see frequent collaborators Quavo and Travis Scott join forces once again for their own joint project. There was a lot of hype for this project, alongside the hype for Quavo’s Culture 2 album with the other Migos and the highly anticipated Astroworld from Travis. For me, all the hype did not pay off and this project is quite disappointing, considering that both artists have had some really good collabs in the past. In a time where joint rap projects such as Without Warning and Super Slimey are becoming more common, I’d say that Huncho Jack falls towards Super Slimey in terms of both artists playing it safe, not really experimenting or trying anything new or too outrageous, as well as the fact that it doesn’t have any sort of theme or atmosphere like Without Warning did. Now that may have something to do with the fact that both had upcoming anticipated albums coming out and neither artist wanted to take any of the limelight away from those albums, but it really does make Huncho Jack suffer because of it. The production throughout this project is very generic, forgettable and just generally uninspiring. Which is especially disappointing to hear on a project that has Travis Scott on it. Performance wise, it’s a sub-standard Travis performance but a standard and fairly regular Quavo performance. Neither sound particularly interested or excited in the tracks and neither have any memorable hooks or lyrics. None of the tracks are bad, the majority are okay, but just so disappointing. Listening to this project made me think, do these two artists really have as much chemistry aspeople have been saying?? Sure, Oh My Dis Side is a great song but do Quavo and Travis really work together well musically? To improve this project, I think they could have brought more guests features on it, Takeoff and Offset do well, but a few more names could have made this project a whole lot more interesting. Overall this is a faily good if not a bit of a let-down. It’s worth a listen if you really love both artists, but that’s it. If What A Time To Be Alive made in one week, Huncho Jack, Jack Huncho sounds like it was made in one day.