The bars are bland, the beats are basic but that seems to be the point.
Which is ironic because it’s simply a small collection of catchy loosies from the hard drive.
Czarface Killah didn’t exactly kill it.
Fall Out Boyz in The Hood.
Wheezy and Turbo completely steal the show.
Meanwhile, Lil Wayne, Future, Rick Ross and Meek Mill have been on a whopping 51 Khaled tracks combined.
A truly “joint” album.
Time heals all wounds … and Dreezy’s Chanel heels make the ground shake.
He's directly on top of the current zeitgeist.
The rapping is lethal but the songwriting is lukewarm.
The East Atlanta playboy takes us to the street where the bars is at.
19 songs = that's a lot of pimpin'.
The only rarity here is a hit.
Good old-fashioned rapping from a good young rapper.
Fuck, that’s delicious(ly good rapping)
1017’s First Lady brings some heat to the So Icy imprint.
But it does show that three Migos are better than one.
*Insert Spiderman pointing at Spiderman meme*
I feel like Pablo… might be back?
Which one is your favorite? Yes, we want you to rank them.