15 Songs, 56 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

After a run of stunning mixtapes, G Herbo’s debut studio album lives up to the hype his past work built, bringing to life the nuances of hood danger. The contrasts alone are part of the story: Opening track “Street” uses swelling church organs to complement Herbo’s gritty rhymes, and a Marvin Gaye sample backs Herbo’s gravelly delivery on the cautionary narrative “Malcolm.” Triumphant horns echo and orchestral stabs mark a siren’s cadence behind the dark and somber “Red Snow.”

EDITORS’ NOTES

After a run of stunning mixtapes, G Herbo’s debut studio album lives up to the hype his past work built, bringing to life the nuances of hood danger. The contrasts alone are part of the story: Opening track “Street” uses swelling church organs to complement Herbo’s gritty rhymes, and a Marvin Gaye sample backs Herbo’s gravelly delivery on the cautionary narrative “Malcolm.” Triumphant horns echo and orchestral stabs mark a siren’s cadence behind the dark and somber “Red Snow.”

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