Vietnamese artist Tran Uy Duc received a Pitchfork rating of 7.5 for his new album
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Pitchfork rated Tran Uy Duc's album 'Came' a score of 7.5, which is higher than other prior albums by artists such as Adele's 25 (7.3) and Taylor Swift's Lover (7.1). The referred to Duc's work as a "" and said that the 18-year-old musician "."
While the Hanoi artist was not , he was able to convey his ideas using a robotic voice, "describing and as ," according to Pitchfork.
'Came' received a score of 7.5, which is when considering Pitchfork's high standards. This is Pitchfork's second review of a Vietnamese album, after Ran Cap Duoi's 'Ngu Ngay Ngay Ngay Tan The' by indie band Ran Cap Duoi (rough translation: Sleep On Doomsday).
If you’re someone who’s following the indie music scene in Vietnam, you surely can’t help but feel happy for Duc, being featured on the prestigious Pitchfork.
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