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In Review: AUDREY NUNA's "IdgaF"

Audrey Nuna continues to mark her territory as a first-generation Korean-American trailblazer in hip-hop with her newest single, “IdgaF.”


This trap beat comes in intense and hard-hitting after the first few seconds of this song previews quieter distorted vocals. Although the beat ends up being a bit repetitive, it is scattered with unexpected electronic, robotic noises throughout, giving it more nuance. AUDREY NUNA’s vocals are relaxed yet have a strong sense of confidence and security to them, letting listeners know she is serious about every word she has to say. The track ends with a panned vocal chop, adding to the experimental aspects of the instrumental. The sound on this track earns her a 7/10 on the Intersect Rating Scale.


AUDREY NUNA is unapologetic here, belittling anyone who is unnecessarily bothering her. She says, “I don't give a fuck bout no lease on yo lambo,” targeting people who boast about riches but don't genuinely live up to that lifestyle. She has incredible wordplay in her verse, saying, “New Hokas on my feet it’s Eskimo, it's so cold.” Her stand-out lines are witty and clever, creating the perfect formula for a perfect rap line. Her lyrical ability earns her another 7/10 on the Intersect Rating Scale.


AUDREY NUNA is proving to the public that anyone can join the hip-hop/rap scene, no matter what their background may be. She is skilled and rightfully deserves the attention that she is gathering. Her visuals are just as compelling as her raps, securing her place in the music scene. She truly provides the full package as an artist. Her art earns her an 8/10 on the Intersect Rating Scale.

Overall, AUDREY NUNA earns a 7.5/10 on the Intersect Rating Scale.

Stream “IdgaF” below.


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