This album starts with 500 Degrees featuring Lil Wayne and gets you set for the jerk style instrumentals that come up. Dope is the next track with Rick Ross, Tyga comes through with a ferocious first verse and Maybach music's Ross spits in a toned down westcoast style. Get Loose is a great dance track. Diss Song is a track for the haters. Hit' Em Up features Jadakiss and 2pac, I like how Tyga gets Jada to spit on a dance track. Molly is the anthem for the molly heads a new drug, popularized by Trinidad James that people in America are starting to use. Fuck for the Road features Chris Brown, this is a track for the ladies. Show you features Future, this is a tropical sounding song.
It Never Rains is Tyga's rap version of Toni Tone Tony's classic song of the same name. Moe is a slow song about music being over everything, featuring Wiz Khalifa. Hijack features 2 Chainz, this track is ok. Get Rich sounds like the track that Rick Ross should of been featured on, a club track. Enemies is a nice song for cruisin and bumpin in your car. Drive Fast Live Young has that Kirko Bangz style. Palm Trees has a eastcoast feel to it, real lyrics about his youth. Dad's Letter is a track about his father's absence in his life and his mothers. Don't Hate tha Playa is a good club track and the final track Switch Lanes is another club track featuring Game.
Overall, I give this album 4 out of 5 stars. Tyga doesn't try to confuse you with lyrics and wordplay and goes perfect on the ten or so dance and club beats on the album.
- SIC ILL
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