Here comes the third trilogy to the Well Done collection. This mixtape features a few well-known rappers that we know like 2 Chainz, Kirko Bangz, and of course Honey Cocaine. It’s just your average Tyga music, nothing special to expect. But you know what to vibe and get hyped to.
02.Do My Dance ( feat. 2 Chainz)
07.Ready To Fuck
08.Riot ( feat. Honey Cocaine)
09.King Company ( feat. Honey Cocaine)
10.Ratchet ( feat. Joe Moses)
11.Girls & Guitars ( feat. Kirko Bangz)
12.Get Her Tho ( feat. D-Lo)
14.Switch Lanes ( feat. The Game)
15.Out This Bitch ( feat. Kirko Bangz)
16.I Remember ( feat. The Game & Future)
“SALUTE THE UNIVERSE AND MAY YOUR DREAMS COME TRUE”
This is very unusual. I swear I remember posting “Newtype” from this mixtape onto Revoluzik but I might have deleted the post. The young space don’s Tha Black Layne Staley is definitely a go. I’ve listened to this a couple times and I can give you my stamp of approval. There are a couple instrumentals and the tracks are usually touched with that lo-fi essence and futuristic flow. It sounds almost like something that SpaceGhostPurrp would use on his own projects.
I swear Drake used the same instrumental for his single “Greatness” awhile ago. This sounds like a few more drum beats have been added to it and on top of that the instrumental is topped and touched with the flanger. To sum things up, this is one of those braggadocio tracks that Wiz Khalifa throws out. Wiz has announced through Twitter that this is going to be featured on O.N.I.F.C.
Just a heads up the alternate title of this track is “Drank”. I really think that Kendrick Lamar had it on this one. I think that everything in this song is perfect except the chorus. For me I felt like it was too wavy, especially how he ended each chorus. On a side note, I think it won’t be long before Lamar blows up.
For Khalifa’s latest freestyle, he records a visual to enhance the auditory experience. Shouts to Sledgren for the production.
I took a fews days off so this music video has landed three days late onto Revoluzik. This visual is from a track straight from Sincerely Tory. Appreciate that mix of rapping and singing; keep it up Swavey.