10 Songs, 33 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Capping off an exceptionally prodigious 2019 filled with solo and collaborative projects—including respective sets with Berner, Smoke DZA, and Wiz Khalifa—the Jet Life CEO comes through with this spiritual sequel to 2011’s cloud rap classic Weekend at Burnie’s. Returning to the hazy scenes and chrome dreams of that record, the effervescent emcee cruises over the mind-altering slow 808 funk of “Bimmer” and “Decisions.” His typically relaxed yet cerebral sativa flow very much intact, the NOLA native makes Memphis connections with Juicy J on “Last Name” and Young Dolph on “All Work” before detouring to Florida to talk luxury car culture with fellow auto aficionado Rick Ross on “Miami Vice.”

EDITORS’ NOTES

Capping off an exceptionally prodigious 2019 filled with solo and collaborative projects—including respective sets with Berner, Smoke DZA, and Wiz Khalifa—the Jet Life CEO comes through with this spiritual sequel to 2011’s cloud rap classic Weekend at Burnie’s. Returning to the hazy scenes and chrome dreams of that record, the effervescent emcee cruises over the mind-altering slow 808 funk of “Bimmer” and “Decisions.” His typically relaxed yet cerebral sativa flow very much intact, the NOLA native makes Memphis connections with Juicy J on “Last Name” and Young Dolph on “All Work” before detouring to Florida to talk luxury car culture with fellow auto aficionado Rick Ross on “Miami Vice.”

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