A few weeks after releasing “Code Red” with MoneyBagg Yo, Blac Youngsta returns with “F*ck Everybody 3.”
5. WHERE THEY DO THAT
Blac Youngsta does his best NBA Youngboy impersonation on “Where They Do That.”
“Where They Do That” boasts a beat that NBA Youngboy would rap over, lyrics that NBA Youngboy would come-up with, and a hook that NBA Youngboy would lay down. If you think that NBA Youngboy makes solid music, you should understand why this song made my top 5 list.
4. I MET TAY KEITH FIRST
I’m pretty sure that Tay Keith’s mama met him first…
Tay Keith is one of the hottest producers in the game right now. These last couple of years, he has worked with Drake, Travis Scott, Eminem, Meek Mill, Beyoncé, and more. With that being said, on “I Met Tay Keith First,” the Memphis native gifts three dudes that can brag about knowing him when he was broke with a fire-ass beat.
Thankfully, “I Met Tay Keith First” isn’t all about Tay Keith. Yes, Lil Baby, Blac Youngsta & MoneyBagg Yo say his name a few times, but for the most part, the three rappers talk about how trill, real, and rich they are in the song.
“Pure” is the smoothest song Blac Youngsta has ever made in his life.
I get it, the angel that is Swae Lee dominates “Pure,” but at the end of the day, it’s Blac Youngsta’s song. Whatever the case may be, “Pure” features a smooth beat, smooth melodies, a smooth hook, and surprisingly, smooth rap verses by Blac Youngsta.
Someone convince me that Blac Youngsta didn’t take a sedative before he made this “Pure” song…
2. TRENCH BITCH
Just for the record, I want nothing to do with a “Trench B***h” (That’s definitely my loss).
What people are going to love about “Trench Bitch” is Lil Durk’s hook, the song’s dramatic beat, and both Durk and Blac Youngsta’s hood-romantic lyrics. What people are going to hate is that Lil Durk is only on the song’s hook.
Thank you for acknowledging women that are getting money, catching cases, and holding their hood dudes down in your music, Youngsta and Durk!
1. SAVING MONEY
Whenever Blac Youngsta and DaBaby link up, they make hits!
“Saving Money” will be played in clubs that contain dudes with saggy pants, women with small skirts, bouncers that are a few days away from quitting their jobs, and bathrooms that have unspecified white spots on door handles. (Song’s that usually feature reckless hooks, DaBaby verses, and lyrics about thirsty women are usually played in those kinds of clubs)
SONG BY SONG BREAKDOWN
1. INTRO (3/5)
2. DAYLIGHT (3/5)
3. I MET TAY KEITH FIRST (3/5)
4. WHERE THEY DO THAT (3/5)
5. TRENCH BITCH (3/5)
6. SAVING MONEY (3/5)
7. NEIGHBORHOOD HERO (3/5)
8. GET HERE (3/5)
9. PURE (3/5)
10. CRASH OUT (3/5)
11. DISS ME (2/5)
12. STREETS (3/5)
13. SOLO (3/5)
14. MAD PEOPLE (2/5)
I truly f**k with the passion that Blac Youngsta raps with in his music. No, he doesn’t put up verses that are dynamic, appealing, or creative; he just lets his heart bleed on every single track that he makes. With that being said, on F*ck Everybody 3, Youngsta unapologetically shows the world that he is an ignorant killer that refuses to eat fruits, an ignorant killer that splurges on chicks that can f**k up your credit, an ignorant killer that has a temper, and an ignorant killer that struggles to ride beats.
F*ck Everybody 3 has everything you would want from a trap album: We’re talking ghetto love songs (“Pure”), violent songs (“Where They Do That”), emotional bangers (“Intro”), club bangers (“Saving Money”), and whatever the hell you want to call “Get Here.” While you probably won’t get blown away by the rap performances on the album, you will at least enjoy the wild-ass roller coaster ride that Blac Youngsta puts you on.
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