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This sounds the same as anything else you’ve ever heard of this genre, classic mumble rap, talentless sounds, overused beats, this album is unoriginal and holds zero significant value of any sort.
The fact that this is the top album in hip hop/rap right now says a lot about hip hop in this generation and where it is headed. No wonder why I grew out of most mainstream hip hop.
This album is such a great piece of work for a debut album. We see Meg being happy, confident, and sex positive. She’s not ashamed and she proud of who she is & where she comes from. Very solid work for a debut album.
Body-ody-ody-ody-ody-ody-ody-ody-ody-ody-ody-ody. . . . I am astonished that there are people so obsessed with the concept of s*x that they will consider this good music. Grow up, this is trash and you’re too perverted to realize it.
Honestly this album is so good... bunch of haters in these reviews. Megan came through with this album. Really well produced, fun album full of bops. Circles, intercourse, outside, and sugar baby are on repeat.
This release is everything I needed from Meg in her debut album. Her innovative lyrics and flows on this project solidify her status as one of the baddest rappers (regardless of gender) out here right now PERIODT. I’m so proud of my girl, all of her success is rightfully deserved!
No, it’s not as good as Tina Snow but it still slaps. Listen close to shots fired because she’s talking about Tory Lanez and her ex- BFF Kelsey. I’m loving this confidence booster of an album. Megan is running things now and haters are going to hate!