Truth be told, it’s going to take a ridiculous amount of convincing for us to look at this Kachingwe pair the same way we look at Smith’s kids. Of course, our focus is mainly on Quiet Child, as his older sister Tinashe is already an established household name in the music industry.
“Ride Da Wav” shows just how much thicker blood is when compared to water; I mean, why else would such a collaboration even exist?
The song is a tad bit quirky and more agreeable when you approach it with an “acquired taste” mindset. Its segments are inconspicuous and that makes it generally hard to follow. The song, by and large, proves Quiet Child to be a more formidable producer and less of a rapper or a vocalist. Albeit incongruous with the repetition-laden vocals, the song’s production is calm and uncomplicated and probably the money-maker here.
Tinashe’s verse on this song undeniably stands out, but it also seems like she’s not pushing herself clear of that “bare minimum” devotion, but we’re here for it!
Let the record show that this is not us, the general public, dismissing the viability of Quiet Child’s music career. No! We’re merely asking to be bowled over!