Oxymoron: School Boy Q
Track four “What They Want” featuring 2 Chainz, I thought this song was dope with a cool beat and when Tity Boi put his stank all on it, I forgot who’s song it really was and felt like I wanted to here 2 Chainz go in more not saying Q did’t do it justice, he just was just out shined by the “swag” of the veteran club hit maker. Track 5 I started to have more hope with “Hoover Street” it sounded like a classic School Boy Q type record he actually told a story reminiscing about his childhood and where he came from and the gang culture that mad him who he is today. Track 6 “Studio” featuring BJ the Chicago kid, really dope… something you can chill and listen to smoke a jay wit ya girl and rub on her booty while she show off how she will twerk to it in the club…. so yea I can dig that. “Prescription/Oxymoron” title track… I feel like this track should’ve been the first two songs on the album. Prescription drugs would’ve been a dope intro the turn it up with Oxymoron, which is to me one of his best performances on the album. Really the second half of the album starting from P/O should’ve been the first half and should’ve move that Gangsta and Los awesome to the back. The Purge is a dope and unique Cali collaboration with Tyler the Creator and the OG Kurupt. “Blind Threats” was one of my favorite tracks when it comes to actually lyrical verses and the vet Raekwon which always slay anything he gets on with the classic Wu story telling. “Hell Of A Night”, I like how it’s a club track that can be played in all most any type of club (hip-hop, EDM, etc.). “Break The Bank his most recently released single (see video in post)… at first I couldn’t get with it because of the annoying hook, but then it grew on me feel like it’s a solid track and the line “Tell Kendrick move from the throne, I came for it” I felt was him just saying its his time to shine and represent.