13 Songs, 40 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

One of the most impressive—yet still somehow understated—come-ups in trap belongs to Zaytoven, the Atlanta producer who went from mixtape mainstay to genre auteur. Demonstrating tremendous reach outside of his home city, his steady string of recent single-artist projects with everyone from Chief Keef to Usher continues with this significant effort with Louisiana champion Boosie Badazz. Together, they deliver tough love over taut beats on “Cold Days” and “Church on Monday.” Bolstered by Zaytoven’s dextrous keyboard skills on “Dangerous Job,” a defensive Boosie minces no words about Nipsey Hussle’s tragic passing, the injustices of the legal system, and the proverbial snakes in his midst.

EDITORS’ NOTES

One of the most impressive—yet still somehow understated—come-ups in trap belongs to Zaytoven, the Atlanta producer who went from mixtape mainstay to genre auteur. Demonstrating tremendous reach outside of his home city, his steady string of recent single-artist projects with everyone from Chief Keef to Usher continues with this significant effort with Louisiana champion Boosie Badazz. Together, they deliver tough love over taut beats on “Cold Days” and “Church on Monday.” Bolstered by Zaytoven’s dextrous keyboard skills on “Dangerous Job,” a defensive Boosie minces no words about Nipsey Hussle’s tragic passing, the injustices of the legal system, and the proverbial snakes in his midst.

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