I think the fact that I didn't understand a word of what she said made this album that much more better. I get a sense of longing from this album, but I also sense that there's celebration in it (of life maybe). Awesome stuff.
Wale seems like a good guy so I'm always deeply disappointed when he drops a mediocre project. It feels like one of his biggest problems is his inability to carefully curate his albums. If he'd cut this down to 30 minutes and gone for the more soulful stuff over the tired trap efforts, then this might have been a much stronger project.
Postscript: I felt embarrassed for 35 years old Wale making a strip club song with Megan Thee Stallion.
I believe that Jermain Dupri would classify this as stripper rap or strap. The album is entertaining enough in the beginning, but it quickly becomes apparent that there's only so much you can say about "busting it open" before things start getting tedious.
A fun and breezy album that does not overstay its welcome. The Tyga interlude is a perfect example of how this album gives you just enough to be entertained without overindulging the artist. I have to end off by saying that I loved Tweakin' because it kind of reminded me of Limos from his first mixtape.