The Chicago rapper’s latest snack-sized project gives weight to his ongoing plight for justice and reform above all.
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Wave’s message is strong, but the instrumentals feel tire.
It’s just a shame that with beats this potent, even less talented rappers could have made a praiseworthy album.
The “Dior Deposits” rapper channels the sonic energy of elite lyricists like Drake and Kendrick Lamar on his latest !llmind-produced “1176” album.
The project also earns points from features with Coi Leray, YoungBoyNever Broke Again, 42 Dugg, PnB Rock — in that order.
The marriage between the veteran producer’s Golden Era expertise and Brooklyn MC’s appreciation for Hip Hop at its essence lend to an innate chemistry demonstrated throughout the 10-track project.
The Los Angeles-singer hits a few snags in the songwriting department but still churns out an enjoyable offering.
The Chicago drill explosion felt on the project grows cumbersome and trite after a few listens.
With his ‘Plugs I Met’ sequel, Benny adds a well-rounded arc to his discography with guest spots from 2 Chainz, Fat Joe, Jim Jones, Rick Hyde and the late Chinx.