Stunna 4 Vegas - RICH YOUNGIN
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Based on 2 reviews
User Score
Based on 71 ratings
2020 Ratings: #343
January 17, 2020 / Release Date
LP / Format
Billion Dollar Baby, Interscope / Label
Trap Rap / Genres
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Rich Youngin isn’t a terrible album, it’s just not a very good one either. The production on this album is decent, and Stunna has an ok presence I guess, but I wouldn’t have know who Stunna 4 Vegas was without DaBaby, and I don’t think he’s good enough to have a lasting career. There’s just nothing really unique about this album, but it’s not bad for what it is. It’s actually pretty enjoyable and fun, even if it’s one of the most forgettable ... read more
Glocks. Ops. Racks. Oh my.
Did this guy just call himself Stunna Shakur??
Honestly was digging the first 3 songs, but man the schtick wore off pretty quick. I'm trying to figure who Stunna reminds me of and right now im at a Famous Dex - Comethazine hybrid. Every song is about the exact same thing: runnin up racks, smashin thots, and hittin licks. I dont think ive ever seen a worse Offset feature. This is that typical trapmobile banger playlist that will be forgotten in 6 months.
If you're like me or anybody normal who listens to music in 2019-2020, you didn't know Stunna 4 Vegas even existed until DaBaby blew up last year. Stunna, himself, never really interested me when I heard him on feature. I mean, sure he provided some good animation and energy to songs like Joggers and REALLY? on Dababy's projects, but that's really as far as it goes. So now we're here.

Rich Youngin' isn't particularly terrible in any way, but it's not good either. With all the animation Stunna ... read more
Stunna 4 Vegas has dropped a better project then Eminem..... I gotta go to bed. Nah for real this is a good fun trap album with some good bangers. Stunnas songs really all sound similar but it slaps so i really dont care
One thing that’s hard to deny about Stunna 4 Vegas is the fact that he has such a consistent presence on his songs. On every song I’ve heard him on, there has been a very clear and enjoyable energy provided by him. However, unlike his counterpart DaBaby, he lacks the charisma to allow that to carry him throughout the project. The production choices are really mellow and it appears to contrast with his delivery enough to offset it. While there are not really any apparent falters, all ... read more
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Added on: January 13, 2020