A highlight track for sure is “Slimy” where my only complaint is that it’s too short. At just 90 seconds in length, “Slimy” opens with this great, clean-sounding acoustic guitar which melds seamlessly with a Trap Lite beat that doesn’t overpower it. There are a lot of pop sensibilities here, with the bouncing instrumentals, talk-rap-singing, and modern-day call and response/back-up vocals in the background. Honestly, this track just feels crispy with tight production and vocals. It’s fantastic how Lroc is able to make this (relatively) poppy song fit right into his album without a hitch.
The Rob Nollan-produced slapper “Office Space”, also great. It opens with a sample from 1999’s Office Space, namely a conversation about what the characters would do with a million dollars. The last line, ‘chicks dig dudes with money’ is repeated throughout the song which fits so perfectly with the theme of the track. It is braggadocious, LOUD, and a fitting celebratory end to the album. It rounds out a brassy, booming instrumental with great guest verses from album contributors MoneySeason 3RD and MoneySeason Biggs.
Lroc has really impressed me with this album, but that shouldn’t come as a shock. The man has been putting in the work since the start of his career and it feels like he’s zeroed in on what makes him so great.