65 Songs, 2 Hours 11 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

It's hard to believe that rappers are still extolling the virtues of drinking lean, years after the sizzurp-related deaths of Houston legends DJ Screw and Big Moe. Then again, The Boss Hogg Outlawz were never really known for pushing the boundaries of lyrical innovation. Luckily, they still sound great, and when it comes to their well-established M.O. (drinking, smoking, pimping, murdering haters, and rolling in candy-painted, chromed-out, wood grain–interior Cadillacs), they're still on point. Sixty-five tracks is a lot to digest from anybody, and not every song is gonna be a home run. But the production's surprisingly diverse, with lots of classic instrumentals in the mix. There are serious bangers on here, most notably "Run That Sh*t," "Unload the Whole Clip," the Rakim redux "Good Got Me Gone," "Swangers on My Lac," "Hunid," the Barry White–sampling "Back in the Hood," and "Girls They Love Me."

EDITORS’ NOTES

It's hard to believe that rappers are still extolling the virtues of drinking lean, years after the sizzurp-related deaths of Houston legends DJ Screw and Big Moe. Then again, The Boss Hogg Outlawz were never really known for pushing the boundaries of lyrical innovation. Luckily, they still sound great, and when it comes to their well-established M.O. (drinking, smoking, pimping, murdering haters, and rolling in candy-painted, chromed-out, wood grain–interior Cadillacs), they're still on point. Sixty-five tracks is a lot to digest from anybody, and not every song is gonna be a home run. But the production's surprisingly diverse, with lots of classic instrumentals in the mix. There are serious bangers on here, most notably "Run That Sh*t," "Unload the Whole Clip," the Rakim redux "Good Got Me Gone," "Swangers on My Lac," "Hunid," the Barry White–sampling "Back in the Hood," and "Girls They Love Me."

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