This album is repetitive and does nothing for Hip Hop or Chief Keef. There is nothing groundbreaking or remotely new from Keef which leads to a bland project.
The production is alright and adds a lot of energy to the songs. Each is just about diverse enough to be recognisable from each other but are very similar. Some beats further from Chief Keef’s comfort zone would make some more interesting tracks, but most follow a close formula that becomes stale.
The lyricism is alright and Chief Keef does not slouch, but he is clearly no pushing himself to really make great music. There are some great moments that can be singled out but Keef falls into a rut. Some more effort into the rhymes could really help to cement him as a staying artist in rap.
The features are good and are the best part of this project. Each brings more to the tracks than Keef does in terms of quality and they really make thier songs stand out points. Chief Keef will need to do more to impress the listener if he has people doing these sorts of things on his own songs.
Overall, this was potentially a great album, but sloppy effort and passionless delivery make Chief Keef fall short of what he is capable of. More drive could bring Keef back to a higher level of rap music.