8 Songs, 33 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Dirty South trap lord Young Dolph and San Francisco-based legal-weed mogul Berner team up for a head-nodding, highly intoxicated escapade through the pride, paranoia, back rooms, and VIP sections of the semi-fictional illicit drug trade. The sparse, ominous tic-tic boom of trap rap is the theme here, heavy bass alternating with slinky keyboard progressions as on "Hot Head" and "Heron," the latter featuring Wiz Khalifa. The other common thread: hilarious/ridiculous Dolph-rapped hooks like "I just rolled a joint that weighs six grams," from the Juicy J-produced "Good Drugs."

EDITORS’ NOTES

Dirty South trap lord Young Dolph and San Francisco-based legal-weed mogul Berner team up for a head-nodding, highly intoxicated escapade through the pride, paranoia, back rooms, and VIP sections of the semi-fictional illicit drug trade. The sparse, ominous tic-tic boom of trap rap is the theme here, heavy bass alternating with slinky keyboard progressions as on "Hot Head" and "Heron," the latter featuring Wiz Khalifa. The other common thread: hilarious/ridiculous Dolph-rapped hooks like "I just rolled a joint that weighs six grams," from the Juicy J-produced "Good Drugs."

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