This mixtape is simply more of the same from Project Pat, but with more skits about how gangsta he is and how to be a real gangsta. Project Pat is in a rut that a core audiance seems to enjoy.
The production is alright but is not groundbreaking or unique. The beats all have very similar elements that makes a lot of the songs sound very similar. More backings that are outside of Pat’s obvious comfort zone would show that he is growing as an artist, however he seems happy to do the same things over and over again.
The lyricism is not complex but it is somewhat effective. While it is simple, Pat uses it to get his point across well, even if it is all in his delivery. Maybe a touch more complexity could bring in more of an audiance, however Pat seems to know where he stands and is set in his place.
The features are good, but are very set in thier ways and are very similar to Project Pat. While each puts in good effort and has a good verse, it is not enough to diversify themselves from Pat and stand out. SOme more features with more unique delivery or better wordplay would have been better.
Overall, if you enjoy the music Project Pat has already made, then this is more of the same to add to your collection. If not, stay away from this.