16 Songs, 47 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

As Michael Corleone famously says in The Godfather Part III, “Just when I thought I was out, they pull me back in.” Two months after NAV posted an Instagram story about quitting music, in solidarity with his Fortnite pal and frequent collaborator Lil Uzi Vert, the rap game proved too strong for him to ignore. Back in the fold, the Toronto MC/producer's second album continues his hedonistic and nihilistic journey. “I’m Ready” and “To My Grave” signal that his heart is back in it, while “Price on My Head” (featuring executive producer The Weeknd) and “Tension” dive into the jealousy that comes with fame. “Tussin” (with Young Thug) addresses affairs of the heart, and “Why You Crying Mama” reveals the stresses that his indulgent lifestyle put on his immigrant parents (like finding stacks of cash, pills, and remnants of wild spending). Producers like Pro Logic, WondaGurl, and London On Da Track give Bad Habits a feather-light, leather-tight touch, allowing the rapper to pick up where he left off and take his corner back.

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics. Apple Digital Master

EDITORS’ NOTES

As Michael Corleone famously says in The Godfather Part III, “Just when I thought I was out, they pull me back in.” Two months after NAV posted an Instagram story about quitting music, in solidarity with his Fortnite pal and frequent collaborator Lil Uzi Vert, the rap game proved too strong for him to ignore. Back in the fold, the Toronto MC/producer's second album continues his hedonistic and nihilistic journey. “I’m Ready” and “To My Grave” signal that his heart is back in it, while “Price on My Head” (featuring executive producer The Weeknd) and “Tension” dive into the jealousy that comes with fame. “Tussin” (with Young Thug) addresses affairs of the heart, and “Why You Crying Mama” reveals the stresses that his indulgent lifestyle put on his immigrant parents (like finding stacks of cash, pills, and remnants of wild spending). Producers like Pro Logic, WondaGurl, and London On Da Track give Bad Habits a feather-light, leather-tight touch, allowing the rapper to pick up where he left off and take his corner back.

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics. Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

4.0 out of 5
240 Ratings

240 Ratings

Phillyjones69 ,

Bad Habits

Nav is a good rapper and he should get more recognition for his music. I like the album and especially the features like meek mill, Gunna, and young Thug. Then rappers are heavy hitters so to be able to put them on a album like you gotta be versatile and that's what Nav. I don't like much of the auto tune but Nav voice hits home. So good job on Bad Habits Nav.

HughAnus69 ,

Nav is getting boring

He keeps rapping about the same thing and the songs aren’t as good as they were before , no surprise if he starts falling off in the next 3-4 years

biker1244 ,

Amazing Album and Amazing Artist

Nav gets a lot of hate for using auto tune but even the greatest have used auto tune; for example, lil wayne, dr dre, eminem, kanye west, and let's not forget the famous T-PAIN. Navs melody is amazing, his sound and his lyrics speak to me. Don't listen to the hate or sleep on this artist he maybe a little repetitive but so is alot of the music nowadays. Everybody has an opinon, don't let someone else create yours.

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