Remind Me In 3 Days


Generally favorable reviews - based on 10 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 9 out of 10
  2. Negative: 0 out of 10
  1. The music is kept grounded throughout by the guitar work and some exceptional sung hooks, but the MCs' ability to craft and deliver backpacker quality lyricism is what holds the whole thing together.
  2. What that hodgepodge adds up to is the year's best hip-hop debut.
  3. 80
    The brothers are nimble lyricists, delivering raps in catch-me-if-you-can fashion, exercising little patience but encouraging repeated listens.
  4. With Remind Me in 3 Days, they throw down a worthy challenge to hip-hop’s status quo.
  5. Remind Me in 3 Days is fun and nostalgic, blending old-school beats, electronica, and hard rock into head-nodding anthems reminiscent of OutKast's "Stankonia."
  6. 70
    Thankfully, their debut album does little to clarify the group's intriguingly eclectic sound.
  7. The brothers lack the inspired wit of their predecessors (especially OutKast) and could use tauter rhymes, but most of the album packs a punch.
  8. While the first 20 minutes supply an appropriately cocaine-like high (with the requisite comedown), what's really missing is the debut they somehow skipped over, one where they could've showed where their passion comes from, rather than merely being actors in a Hills-hop hybrid.
  9. This is a new direction? It's not even a halfway decent collection of songs.

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