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uno who by Zak Fox


Welcome back again, today I'm talking about Zak Fox's new track that dropped today titled 'uno who'. I did a review a few months back of Zak's first track 'Nice to See Ya...' which I really enjoyed, so I have pretty high hopes for this new track! 

Straight off, the intro was enough to catch my attention, and I just knew this was going to live up to expectations. It still sounds similar to 'Nice to See Ya...' however, I think I kind of prefer this track and the vibe of it. It's a pretty decent song, I actually really like it, and I think it's actually exceeded my expectations. 

The pace of this track gets a big yes from me, and there are so many great elements on this track. I love that there are spoken elements within the track, as I think it just gives it something to make it stand out and not sound like a copy of other tracks. I also like that although the context of the song isn't the happiest, it still feels like it's quite a positive track with its sound. I love the vibe of it, and I think it packs a punch. It's not an overly energetic track, but it's still got a decent beat to it. It's a pretty decent track, and I didn't expect it to be as good as it actually is. It's engaging to listen to, and there are tempo changes within the track which we all know I love! So, I'm a big fan of that! It's a song I can listen to on repeat and not get bored of and it's actually kind of catchy, so that's another great thing about the track! It's definitely a song I could listen to and not get bored of it anytime soon, and it would be one of those songs that I wouldn't want to skip if it came on. 

I actually think this is a pretty decent song, and if you liked Zak's previous track, you like indie/alt music, or if you simply want a new artist to listen to, then go and give this track a chance! I liked 'Nice to See Ya...' but that ain't got anything on 'uno who'. It's a track that I would actively reach for like I do with 'Nice to See Ya...'. I think it's decent, and it's got a good beat, and Zak is really talented and his tracks prove that. So please, go check it out and show it some love! 

Overall, I'd give this track a 5 out of 5 lemons! It's a good song, and I really like it. I can see this being a universal song that a lot of people would like. Definitely go and give this track a listen and at least see if you like it. 

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