EA Monster

EA Monster

“We outer space with it!” is the first thing you hear from Young Nudy on his fourth album. It tracks. On EA Monster, the rapper’s most refined release to date, the beats sound springy and slimy and totally futuristic, not unlike the gooey visage gobbling guns, cars, and “Welcome to East Atlanta” signs on the album’s cover. Nudy plays it cool, his Gucci Mane-esque drawl sounding aloof as he declares on “Impala,” “I don’t have problems with none of my enemies/They know what’s up with me.” Amid the talk of shootouts and robberies and getting high to deal with it all, there’s something weirdly soothing to the rippling, echoing sounds engulfing Nudy’s calm voice, like a float-therapy tank inside a trap house.

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