If you're looking for an RTJ or Denzel Curry level of grandiosity, you'll be greatly disappointed. Mike here is more introspective, vulnerable, and reflective than ever. It's actually nice hearing men rapping in this emotional state and perspective that we don't often hear. His spoken-word rapping sounds like pages torn out of a journal and put to music. And it sounds like he made this album for himself and his personal journey. He's just trying to heal, y'all.