Asap Ferg still got it.... somewhat...
After thoroughly listening to this album over and over for the past 24hrs I can honestly give a review, though it may slightly change with time. After waiting and hoping for something along the lines of Trap Lord meets Still Striving, I can say I’m going to keep waiting. The ONLY song, with the exception of Marilyn Manson bringing back that weird Trap Lord dark undertone, Value, really brings out the true Ferg sound we all know and love. That song is great and if every song on this album bumped as hard as Value then this album would be 5 stars for sure. But with songs like In It and Hectic, I have to say this album is pretty lackluster. The guest features are all great, but they’re not super memorable. And the hooks to the songs that aren’t singles and aren’t overplayed by now, just don’t cut it for the Ferg that once was. Don’t get me wrong, Move Ya Hips, Dennis Rodman, and Aussie Freaks are all great songs, but they’re not TRAP LORD, as in they don’t sound like Asap Ferg, they sound honestly like someone else entirely. I really hope Ferg reads this, because Idk if it’s that he has too many yes men around him, or he just doesn’t care cause he’s hit a certain level, but I really do hope Ferg gets back into the studio IMMEDIATELY, and comes out with some better, HARDER HITTING, true Trap Lord ASAP forever style music. Channel Yams my dude and go back to that Let It Go, Dump Dump, East Coast Remix, Nandos, Tango Ferg that truly is different, special, and sounds like NO OTHER than A$AP Ferg. I’m still witchu Ferg, but we can go harder next time.