NAV’s quick ascent in the rap game cultivates to the release of his self-titled debut album, which is now available everywhere. From self-producing his own Soundcloud hits, to landing a major feature on Travis Scott’s latest album, to linking up with The Weeknd and signing deal with XO/ Republic Records, this process has largely been done by Nav on his own. As a complete testament to the Rexdale rapper’s solo accomplishments, he opens the album with fan favorite “Myself”. The project proceeds with an equally self indulgent, and on brand, self-titled track dedicated to none other than himself.
Fans and haters alike are accustom to Nav’s ultra refined sound and aesthetic, and which ever side you classified yourself before, you will likely remain after this album. The bulk of the project runs with the dark and dismal sound that he has carved out for himself, with little diversification outside. This project will be loved by some and despised by others, but one things for sure: it’s NAV.