27 Songs, 1 Hour 40 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

On this sequel to his 2013 mixtape, Project Baby, Kodak Black’s doom-ridden rap style is as grimly compelling as ever. Rhyming over a mournful, jazzy trumpet that could've been snatched straight from the ‘20s, the Florida MC references the real-life threat of a jail sentence on “Roll in Peace,” while “Don’t Wanna Breathe” finds him contemplating suicide after a bad breakup. His gruffly melodic voice remains a disarming weapon, too, as evidenced by his poignant, bluesy croon on “Need a Break.”

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics.

EDITORS’ NOTES

On this sequel to his 2013 mixtape, Project Baby, Kodak Black’s doom-ridden rap style is as grimly compelling as ever. Rhyming over a mournful, jazzy trumpet that could've been snatched straight from the ‘20s, the Florida MC references the real-life threat of a jail sentence on “Roll in Peace,” while “Don’t Wanna Breathe” finds him contemplating suicide after a bad breakup. His gruffly melodic voice remains a disarming weapon, too, as evidenced by his poignant, bluesy croon on “Need a Break.”

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics.
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Ratings and Reviews

3.1 out of 5
147 Ratings

147 Ratings

Mitchw99 ,

Pretty Terrible

I don’t like him and he can’t even pronounce some words because of his terrible grill

P.s. i handmade it ,

Okay...

It’s not horrible, but not only has he released like 3 different albums within a couple months that he put almost no effort into, but he is also putting out way too much. Over hyped

Lola522 ,

Hot Garbage

Don’t waste your money on this pop-hop.

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