Editors’ Notes I’m Gone is an interesting title for an artist who used his debut album, Industry Plant, to flip an internet troll’s dismissal on its head. But on Puerto Rico-born, Corpus Christi-raised iann dior’s second official album, the singer moves on from taunting haters to picking out which room he wants in the house of do-it-all genre-hopping pop stars. dior swerves through a number of disparate styles on I’m Gone, including smoothed-out electro (“Pretty Girls”), pop punk (“Sick and Tired”), and Southern trap (“Prospect”). Feature-wise, he’s invited Machine Gun Kelly, Travis Barker, and Lil Baby to tag along, artists he identifies with on a lifestyle level, if nothing else. At least that’s what dior will have us believe on “Paradise,” rapping, “Do what I want/Spend it how I like/Always get it back/N*gga, I’ma live my life.”

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