This is a good project from Quilly because he has a few songs for each particular content audiance, some drugs and some violence etc, while keeping his individuality and not becoming simply another generic rapper. This is difficult to do and Quilly should be commended on that.
The production is interesting as it doesn’t conform to recent beat culture and be a trap beat or in the vein of DJ Mustard. It is a bit more old school while still sounding polished and new. Quilly may have to try some more culturally new beats in the future but right now he is making good choices of what beats to use.
The lyricism is not the strongest out there, but is good enough to put him slightly ahead of the average rappers. He uses a range of lyrical devices, not frequently but enough, to help his descriptions and make the tracks somewhat more relatable. Adding some more rap techniques in may improve this project somewhat but not by a large amount.
Overall, this is a good project from Quilly but he may need to look at some more experimentation with other aspects of rap if he wants to break more into the mainstream. Some more modern production or more complex wordplay could go a long way ti bringing him up the Hip Hop ladder of success.