Released: Aug. 15
Label: Republic Records
Amine, also known as Adam Daniel, released his second studio album last month, “OnePointFive,” following his debut studio album “Good For You.”
The beginning of the album starts out as very deep and intriguing, with Amine addressing his own mental health, turning the fans and listeners into his very own therapist in the first track, “Dr. Whoever,” giving the album a completely different feel from the very start.
The album continues on with Amine poking fun at all the riches he’s come across since gaining major success last year.
If you’re looking for the same Amine from 2017, you’ll only find a seemingly sadder, less optimistic version in this new album, which still managed to produce tracks you won’t be able to get out of your head.
KEY CUTS: “Dr. Whoever,” “Blackjack”
Kiera Allen, Daily Journal