You can immediately sense the Bankhead native has plenty vent up creative energy he’s ready to unleash after seven years in between projects. He attacks the album’s first track aggressively, while flowing perfectly over a booming production. "Kill him for breakfast, I’ma eat his home boy for lunch," he spits rapidly over booming 808’s. Some listeners will likely wonder why he let his homies ForGeeAuto and Mac Boney get a piece of the action rather than dine on this dish by himself.
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