Tristan Thompson seconds, thirds and fourths this song’s title.

Anytime I see a Lil Duval song in Apple Music, I prepare myself to hear pure foolishness. With that being said, “Black Men Don’t Cheat” is foolish, but not terrible. On it, both Duval and featured guest Charlemagne The God go back and forth on some elementary s**t, rapping about being black men that are loyal/strong/church-going individuals. While majority of the song plays like a parody, I will say that I was impressed with Charlemagne’s punchlines on his verse and Duval’s charisma on the mic.

How do you make a song called “Black Men Don’t Cheat” and still take several Ls?