Thanks to the ravings and ramblings found on this SoundCloud mixtape.
Stoney coasts a bit with Travis Scott, Swae Lee, Meek Mill, Halsey, Future and Ozzy Osbourne in his corner.
He has room for improvement if he truly wants it.
Maybe the LP will have more polish.
Despite a few jerky moments, Ferg still delivers audio energy without boundaries.
A disjointed effort.
A soulful reunion.
A step in the right direction.
A preview and more the reason to stream Tha Doggfather's 17th offering.
The Mississippi stalwart gives formidable performances you've heard before.
Predictable every step of the way.
His best body of work to date.
A$AP mob for life.
Regardless of familial history, this ATLien is an artist to watch out for.
You can't call him a one-hit wonder anymore.
Moving on up.
His own brand of commercial rap.
And yes, it's very weird.
A step in the right direction to separate herself from rap's current Doll circus.