You can tell that Offset really wanted to be known as the best Migo and he definitely solidified that on this album. It's not one of the best trap albums or anything but it's at least not boring, instead it is just pretty unmemorable with some pretty basic trap rap songs after the first three with a good couple popping up in the track listing. Nothing on here sounds particularly bad, just uninteresting. The closest things to bad are the songs Legacy, it just doesn't work and sounds like a complete mess for some reason and Red Room which feels like it is 2 times longer than it actually is. Also I noticed that this sounds a lot more like a Birds Travis Scott rather than something Migos related. Overall, I don't love it, but it's pretty good.