I had to listen to this multiple times to fully grasp the entire intent of this work. There is so much that he says, that you have to take your time to gather everything. It's all good because that means he is giving the people a full serving of what his talents have to offer. Some artist only give sample servings, and that is not enough these days. He us well rounded and has some tracks that are more smooth and mello, and you will remember when you hear Track 18- "After Party In The PM" ft. Nikia Jnae; prod Ki$hin.
Jay Reed comes to us from Houston, and we all know how trill dem Texans can be. This was a premiere work that is structurally solid from beginning to end. Every track gives something that all his listeners can take to heart. Every track has something we all can relate to. He does not miss any spot, and will get the scene hot with Track 11- "OovoO" ft. Runt; prod. Ki$hin.
If I was to give a small piece of advice, it would be to be a bit more selective with what track to put on a specific work. Sometimes there can be so many hot tracks, that you lose track of which one is which. Eventually they all start to sound the same. Of course, I am going to take the time to break down everything, but your average listener is going to become bored half way through. Most people have short tension span these days. It's all good though because he has some strong gems at the end like Track 19- "Fake It Till You Make It".
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