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Few rappers embody the spirit of New York City as much as Wiki does. With his debut solo album on XL Recordings, Wiki is committed to showing this off. His love letter to the city, No Mountains in Manhattan is is the most New York-ass sounding rap record all year. Featuring production from Kaytranada, Earl Sweatshirt, and follow Ratking member Sporting Life among others, No Mountains in Manhattan is Wiki's best project yet.
Expanding upon Lil Me in a number of crucial ways, the album sounds fully fleshed out. With few features, Wiki's signature cadence dominates the record. The features from Your Old Droog, Lakutis, and Ghostface Killah among others break things up, but this is primarily a showcase for Wiki's idiosyncratic approach to rap. The beats aren't quite as adventurous as his work in Ratking, but with the approach Wiki takes on the record, it makes sense to reign things in a bit. The production is still consistently brilliant, but there's something a little more vintage sounding about the proceedings. Thankfully, Wiki absolutely owns it throughout, proving that he's capable on rapping on just about anything.
Listen to the album on Spotify below.