Zino Vinci, the slick bar East Londoner, drops his second EP, Filthy & Disgusting —a six-song project that highlights his honest introspection, versatility, & the clear league of his own that he’s in. Filthy & Disgusting is Zino in his element, as he lets us know all about the place that made him and the feelings behind the person he is now.
‘Western Union’ sets the self-reflective tone of the EP, as his polished bars and smooth lyrical flow seamlessly build a picture in listeners’ heads. The song makes you feel like you’re strolling through the ends with him as you watch the scenes unfold. ‘Filth,’ the second song on the EP, opens with ‘I woke up and I couldn’t see nothing’ as Zino’s introspectiveness is front and centre, as he talks listeners through his feelings and thoughts and what became his saving grace— ‘comic books saved my life.’ Zino’s versatility and witty lyricism thrive on ‘First Time,’ as the song starts with a sombre tone and then switches into a high-energy beat halfway through as he shows off both the singer and rapper in him.
‘Tamagotchi Crocs’ is the East Londoner in his element as he yet again shows off his slick lyricism over a hyped beat, that’s guaranteed to set off the party every single time. The last two songs, ‘Benson’ and ‘Jeff’, bring Zino’s honesty to a beautiful end, as he brings us into the mind of ‘Little Jeff,’ a Newham boy chasing his dreams. Filthy & Disgusting is the heart and core of Zino Vinci, and if you haven’t already, check out the EP below:
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