Stunna 4 Vegas tries to hit the jackpot with “Welcome 4 Vegas.”
5. CHOPPA TOWN
I guess “Choppa Town” is a stomachable song…
As expected, “Choppa Town” is about guns, guns, and more guns. Matter of fact, throughout the song, you mainly hear gunshot noises and lyrics about people being dead as hell from shootouts.
“Choppa Town” made my top 5 because it has a cool title (That’s how much I struggled to write this review).
There’s something about Drake that brings the best out of people.
Comparing Stunna 4 Vegas to Drake is like comparing a PlayStation 5 to SouljaBoy’s bootleg video game console. With that being said, on “Drake,” Stunna actually puts up a solid performance! Not only does he bless us with a hook that is pretty decent, but he also hits us with unique bars every once in a while.
3. RICH OFF WORDS
DaBaby and Stunna 4 Vegas sound like black Dennis The Menaces on “Rich Off Words.”
DaBaby and Stunna 4 Vegas are tighter than your granddaddy’s pants after his second Thanksgiving plate. For this reason alone, I really enjoy listening to songs that they collaborate on. The latest, “Rich Off Words,” is a sinister banger that features flows you’ve heard before and lyrics that will make your chick, your ops, and your liver say “Oh my.” The song also features a beat that was probably made on one of those old school Casio toys.
Yea, this song is not nice in various ways, Murda…
The flows that Stunna 4 Vegas raps with on “Murda” are shameful. (He sounds like he laid his verse down while sitting on a washing machine that was on spin cycle). The good news is this: the beat that Murda Beatz blesses the song with is fire, while the verse that Toosii drops on the song is pretty solid.
S**t, something on this album has to win #1, right?
I’m pretty sure that Stunna 4 Vegas thinks that he’s a phenomenal rapper (Yea, delusion is a helluva drug). We all know that he’s not, but that doesn’t mean we can’t give him props for being confident in himself. With that being said, on “GTA,” I feel like Stunna actually hits us with semi-clever punchlines, decent flows, and a splash of composure.
I really f**k with the hollow trap beat that powers “GTA.” I wish we could’ve given it to a talented rapper…
SONG BY SONG BREAKDOWN
1. WELCOME TO 4 VEGAS (2/5)
2. HARD (2/5)
3. CHOPPA TOWN (3/5)
4. 4 THE TRILL (2/5)
5. GANGSTA PARTY (3/5)
6. DRAKE (3/5)
7. GUN SMOKE (2/5)
8. RICH OFF WORDS (3/5)
9. PLAY U LAY (3/5)
10. COVID-19 (2/5)
11. GO DUMB (3/5)
12. GTA (3/5)
13. MURDA (3/5)
My mans Stunna 4 Vegas is one reckless dude. If he wasn’t a semi-famous rapper, I would try to motivate him to go on Iyala, Fix My Life.
It’s clear that Stunna 4 Vegas does not value life. Throughout Welcome To 4 Vegas, he raps about gunning people down so much, I’m convinced that he is the second coming of Freddy Kruger. He also talks about being a dude that loves getting chicks to do something strange for some change, making money, and being glued to the hood. While we’ve heard heinous content like this before, not many folks spit it out as animatedly, as undynamically, and as raw as Stunna. All in all, I think I’m going to need an emergency bible study session after listening to this album.
Quincy is the creator of Ratings Game Music. He loves writing about music, taking long walks on beaches, and spaghetti that fights him back.