If there’s one thing that Aminé is going to do, it’s put out music that looks and sounds like no one else. The most recent example of this was his single, “Charmander.” From the Rickey Thompson cameo to the inclusion of a light skinned Clifford, Aminé visuals looked reminiscent of a Missy Elliot video sans uptempo choreography. Not to mention, the fast-paced production sounded very true to his style, but still unique in the current landscape of music. Simply put, Aminé marches to the beat of his own drum and that makes room for some very fun music.
If there’s anything that has showcased Aminé’s creative capabilities, it’s his “POINTFIVE” series. In the midst of Drake’s “In My Feelings,” Travis Scott’s Astroworld, Mac Miller’s Swimming and the ascent of Lil’ Baby, Aminé delivered ONEPOINTFIVE. The 13-track project offered hits like “Reel It In” and “Blackjack” along with cult classics like “Dr. Whoever.” To top it all off, Rico Nasty delivered one of the best guest verses of her growing career.
Three years later, the Portland native has returned to deliver the latest installment of the “POINTFIVE” series. The latest project will allow fans a chance to just hear Aminé have fun before he returns with the follow-up to Limbo.
“The PointFive projects are the breaks in between albums where I give myself the freedom to make music without expectations, focusing instead of spontaneity and the best of what comes from stream of conscious creation, which is why they arrive unexpectedly without a long rollout,” Aminé said in a press release.
Check out TWOPOINTFIVE below.