Ameer shows growth as an artist but not as a person. It feels in a lot of ways like him being in BROCKHAMPTON helped stop a lot of bad habits he did before, but now that he is out, he is back to his same old ways.
It’s a really ugly reality that makes this album tough to appreciate as a “hardcore hip hop” release. I don’t enjoy the bangers because it feels too real, and so dark.
I loved the first track but really everything else was a step backwards