Yung Bleu, Chris Brown & 2 Chainz
RGM RATING (⭐️⭐️⭐️)
When will you black people learn that ‘baddest’ is not a word?
I’m not prepared to let the world know that Yung Bleu is one of my favorite artists in the game right now (I’ll do it when the time is right). In the last couple of months, you cannot deny the fact that he’s been dropping hit after hit after hit. For those of you that don’t believe in Bleu’s hitmaking ways, “Baddest” will turn you into a bleuever!
Even though I praised the hell out of Bleu in the first paragraph, I’m not going to lie, Chris Brown shines the brightest in “Baddest.” The hook that he blesses us with is nothing short of infectious (When you combine his hook with the smooth HitMaka beat, you get pure amazingness). Don’t sleep on Bleu and 2 Chainz’s contributions, though. The former does a great drop of hitting us with melodic raps that will make you stick your chest out the next time your girl gets mad at you for not washing the dishes, while the latter hits us with a sly-ass verse that has him sounding like the type of dude that shows up to a girl’s crib at 2 AM as is (He does no push-ups, he just walks into her house ready to smash as-is).
Webster, put the word ‘baddest’ in the dictionary, please. ‘Most bad’ doesn’t sound right.
Quincy is the creator of Ratings Game Music. He loves writing about music, taking long walks on beaches, and spaghetti that fights him back.