8 Songs, 18 Minutes


Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics.


Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics.

Ratings and Reviews

5.0 out of 5
116 Ratings

116 Ratings

Madi_U123 ,


this has drawn me to fulfillment

Caleb Sapp ,

Work of art

The album has such a big cultural impact form the Intro to the song stay safe. The beautifully produced record goes above and beyond any other album ever released. From the relatable and extremely heart touching intro and into the track No flex which is a humble song that talks about the social norms of rappers and what is expected. They go into such depth about this issue that you can easily get lost in the lyrics. The song BYOB is easily one of the best ballads on this record it has a almost dream like instrumental it addresses the issues with modern socialism and the racial divide that has plagued this nation they talk about how you don’t have to be controlled by the system and how you can make it as your own boss! The song drip is a flat out banger from the grimiest beat on the whole record it gives us a break from the deep lyrics and extremely well thought out flows. It is the easily the best song on the record. Please Be a Hit is a much needed ballad on the way music is produced and put out onto the mainstream. It talks about everyone’s greed and need to be the next big thing (trademark blue face) the ballad addresses the overall atmosphere in the Hip Hop industry and provides a much needed commentaryG-S**t has a certain depth to the ballad it starts out with a crackled opening thus giving us a brief look into the mind state of the artist. The deep lyrics are a symbolism to the depth of the rap game and how hard it is to make it in this industry. Juice is the 2nd flat out banger on this magnificent record is I would have to say that this is in contention with the best song on this album. Stay safe is is such a great way to end this beautiful album it speaks volumes on how great this record is and has a very positive and inspiring underlying meaning

idmtbbiblpiitb ,


cody and noel work so well together. been a fan since vine days and always will be of them

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