14 Songs, 50 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Lary Over rocks a rumbling and relentless flow seemingly designed for raw Latin trap bangers. But while minimal-but-menacing tracks like "Eh Eh Oh” provide all the headphone-demolishing bass that trap fans might crave, the MC's debut album also wraps his snarlingly fierce bars and hypnotically chanted hooks around melancholy splashes of piano ("Sola"), serpentine guitar riffs plucked from '80s slow jams ("Beba"), and the power-up bleeps of old-school video games (“Mi Mundo"). El Wason BB is built from beats unpredictable enough to rival Atlanta's most adventurous mixtape heroes.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Lary Over rocks a rumbling and relentless flow seemingly designed for raw Latin trap bangers. But while minimal-but-menacing tracks like "Eh Eh Oh” provide all the headphone-demolishing bass that trap fans might crave, the MC's debut album also wraps his snarlingly fierce bars and hypnotically chanted hooks around melancholy splashes of piano ("Sola"), serpentine guitar riffs plucked from '80s slow jams ("Beba"), and the power-up bleeps of old-school video games (“Mi Mundo"). El Wason BB is built from beats unpredictable enough to rival Atlanta's most adventurous mixtape heroes.

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