BigQuint vibes out to the dulcet tones of Mac Miller's "Self Care."
Today, our partnership with the honorable BigQuint (or BigQuint Indeed, if you're not into the whole brevity thing) continues, with yet another brand new first reaction video. Coming off installments like Drake's Tay Keith produced blammer "Nonstop," and the Future & Young Scooter collaboration "Doh Doh," Quint returns with a look at Mac Miller's new single "Self Care." The clip is part of a new series between HNHH & BigQuint, in which the dynamic personality will grace us with his inspired presence on the week's biggest drops.
"Mac Miller, man," reflects Quint. "It's been a while, honestly. Since GOOD AM, his last project I think?" While he co-signs the album, his omission of Mac's foray into Casanova territory, The Divine Feminine, is notable. Before kicking it off, Quint prefaces by saying "I wouldn't consider myself a big Mac Miller fan, but I definitely respect the dude and his craft." It doesn't take long before the synth-driven instrumental has Quint vibing, and eventually, he's cutting a rug like only he can.
Upon hearing the beat-switch, Quint lets out a few grunts of approval, proving that so much can be conveyed with a simple syllable. Upon completion, Quint is clearly impressed, rendering his verdict. "This track is dope," he says. "You got like two tracks in one, which is cool as well, a nice switch up in vibe. It stays true, very cohesive to what's going on in the track. I love Mac's delivery on this one too."
Peep the video now, and keep an eye out for a new BigQuint x HNHH Reacts, dropping at the start of every week. Read our exclusive interview with BigQuint right here. Should you like what you see, be sure to subscribe to BigQuint's channel for even more content.