Core REX ‘Gloey Huew’ Album Review
I feel like I’ve had a front row seat to watching Core REX’s growth within music.
Gloey Huew is fun, but at the same time, there’s a sense of vulnerability that lingers on each track. I repeatedly found myself in a trance-like state despite the fact that the best was doing backflips. Almost like a lucid dream, my ears submitted themselves to the music and allowed it to take my mind to places normally locked away underneath everyday stressors.
My pops always told me that “without order, there is chaos.” Core REX’s music breaks all the rules, but he avoids the chaos by rebuilding his own pillars of emotion and filling every bar with his own sound. I wouldn’t call it avant-garde, but it’s definitely different.
Glowy Huew is 25 minutes of Core REX showcasing his superior creativity. Lucid and Save Me have already joined my regular rotation playlists and Ibra’s verse on Western has been on repeat since the release.
All in all, I’m impressed with Gloey Huew but even more excited for Core REX’s future. It’s obvious that he’s something special.