Eugenio Olivera$ returns with his latest EP Mingo. With a heavy ominous trap soundscape spanning the the entire 3 track EP, Eugenio Olivera$ continues to set the stage for his unique style of Hip-Hop. ‘Lynnfield Beach Ting’ boasts an intoxicating chorus and hook that is catchy and memorable. ‘Toxicity’ follows and has Eugenio Olivera$ opening up and being introspective and honest with himself detailing a recent relationship. Though this second track is more upbeat the overall atmospheric ominous tone is still present and acts as an anchor keeping the first and final tracks floating over the ever present dark unseen sea. ‘Laugh Now, Cry Later’ concludes the EP and begins with a heavy vocal snippet from the movie ‘Juice’ with the antagonist Bishop, played by Tupac Shakur, explaining his depressive nihilistic worldview. This plays as a perfect closer bringing closure to a somber EP with melodic choruses and hypnotizing hooks displayed over instrumentals that are methodical melancholy musical maps of distant Trap territory.