16 Songs, 41 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

With Problem Child, Slimmy B offers a cinematic take on bass-heavy Bay Area hip-hop, rapping about love and business amid interludes excerpted from the film Menace II Society. "Go to Work" rests on towering post-hyphy percussion, with Slimmy dropping references to peers like DeJ Loaf and PnB Rock as he tries to bed a crush, while "Pop Out" sets up a fight scene using a Halloween-like piano riff and threatening, barked lyrics.

EDITORS’ NOTES

With Problem Child, Slimmy B offers a cinematic take on bass-heavy Bay Area hip-hop, rapping about love and business amid interludes excerpted from the film Menace II Society. "Go to Work" rests on towering post-hyphy percussion, with Slimmy dropping references to peers like DeJ Loaf and PnB Rock as he tries to bed a crush, while "Pop Out" sets up a fight scene using a Halloween-like piano riff and threatening, barked lyrics.

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