‘People’s Champ’ brings positive vibes

Quinn XCII’s new album “The People’s Champ” is a musical heatwave that brings energy and positivity. Throughout the album, Quinn XCII’s lyricism is infused with themes of self-reflection, perseverance and overcoming obstacles. The album’s message is one of hope and encouragement —  reminding listeners that everyone has the potential to be their own “The People’s Champ.” 

I am not one to keep an eye on the music release radar, but this album caught my eye. From the opening track, “Bartender,” to the final number, “All That You Need,” the Michigan native showcases his versatility as a singer, songwriter, and producer. 

The album features a mix of guest appearances, including Big Sean and Chelsea Cutler, but each track still maintains a unique Quinn XCII sound that sets the album apart. With upbeat pop-infused tracks like “Black Porsche” and “FOMO (Don’t Do Cool Shit)” to introspective ballads like “Let Me Down (with Chelsea Cutler)” and “Being Me,” Quinn XCII demonstrates his ability to produce a range of emotions through his music. One of the standout tracks, “Why Do You Talk To Me?” is a bop that resonates with its relatable lyrics and catchy chorus.

The production value on “The People’s Champ” is top-notch, with each track offering its unique soundscape. From the punchy beats and lively synths on “The Lows” to the stripped-down acoustic guitar and poignant lyrics on “Good Either Way (with Adrian Cota),” the album is a testament to Quinn XCII’s dexterity as a producer.

It is rare to come across an album that not only sounds good but also has a meaningful message. The lyrics on “The People’s Champ” inspire listeners to reflect on their experiences and emotions. The album encourages us to be honest with ourselves and find the strength to overcome our challenges.

In a world where we are constantly bombarded by negativity and stress, “The People’s Champ” provides a welcome escape from the noise. The album’s upbeat energy and hopeful messages are the perfect remedies for anyone looking for a boost of positivity. The album encourages listeners to embrace their inner strength and perseverance. It’s a message that resonates with listeners of all ages and backgrounds and is needed now more than ever.

Overall, “The People’s Champ” is a must-listen for anyone looking for a dose of positivity. I forecast this album to be a chart-topper and a must-have on every poolside party playlist. So crank up the volume and get ready to be inspired. Whether you’re a fan of Quinn XCII or a newcomer to his music, this album will surely be a heater in your playlist. Don’t miss out on this musical heatwave and check out “The People’s Champ”.