This is an enjoyable mixtape but falls to a far too common flaw. Once you have heard one of the songs, it seems like you have heard a lot of the songs. A touch more variation wouldn’t go amiss.
The production is excellent and lends a good atmosphere to the track. The beats all run smoothly together and reflect the meanings of each song well. However, as the songs are so similar, some diversity would go a fair distance in making a more universal project.
The lyricism is alright but is nothing spectacular. The reliance on delivery and performance works well on the type of track the artists are making. On the other hand, some more lyrical acrobatics could make some tracks that would appeL to a wider audiance.
The features are alright but are very similar to the main artists when it comes to style. Each guest puts in good effort and has an alright verse that can bring a touch more cohesiveness to the project. Unfortunately, due to the stylistic similarities, thier performance can fade into the background as they can sound like the main artists themselves.
Overall, this is an entertaining mixtape that can showcase all the artists talent, but they could use a wider variety of content and backing. The next project from Rich The Kid or Migos should look to appeal to a wider audiance.