35 Songs, 1 Hour 16 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

On his debut, the foul-mouthed, fleet-tongued alter ego of social media star George “Filthy Frank” Miller flexes his battle-rap skills and ability to flip any situation into an occasion for expletive-studded stunting. He revels in his carnal side, satirizes various online subcultures, and relives high-school traumas over dime-store trap beats, while parodic homages to cavernous electro (on “Club Banger 3000”) and angsty pop-punk (on “High School Blink193”) round out his cheerily nihilistic, acridly humorous worldview.

EDITORS’ NOTES

On his debut, the foul-mouthed, fleet-tongued alter ego of social media star George “Filthy Frank” Miller flexes his battle-rap skills and ability to flip any situation into an occasion for expletive-studded stunting. He revels in his carnal side, satirizes various online subcultures, and relives high-school traumas over dime-store trap beats, while parodic homages to cavernous electro (on “Club Banger 3000”) and angsty pop-punk (on “High School Blink193”) round out his cheerily nihilistic, acridly humorous worldview.

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