It’s good to know these two haven’t forgotten about the Pink Slime project they’re set to release together, if only for the slew of collaborative projects that have fallen by the wayside in recent years (remember CRS?).
Much like their first release there’s energy coarsing through this one, though it’s not necessarily delivered by pace, more so by the clashing of various high-pitched production elements giving this a chaotic quality. I’m not quite as into it as I was with Onaroll, largely because the raps and vocals end up becoming quite repetitive and lack any real conviction, though the unusual production is oddly likeable and makes for another good Neptunes beat. I’d imagine many will like this, but it’s not quite for me.