I like grouping white kids together as much as the next guy but I feel like he somewhat has his own lane right now (even though he's not bringing anything new to the table).
He's obviously not biting Eminem, etc.
Not as rock/fast/try-hard as MGK
Not as suave/serious as G-Eazy (although that "shut up" line in Tyler Herro gets REAL close)
Not as goofy as Lil Dicky
Lmao we really featured Jack Harlow
Yeah this is nice
The best white rapper other than Eminem was Mac Miller (rip) by faaar. Towards the end I wouldn't have even classed him as a rapper he was that versatile. He had genuine depth and was musical af. So weird he never really blew up
as Far as white rappers go he’s top tier but that’s not saying much tbh, he nowhere near Mac or Em
Most comparable might be some other frat-rappers like Hoodie Allen? lmao
Few tracks in, fun album. Does what it's supposed to so far.
Reminds me of like mgk just before his newest faux-punk angle or like logic after those first few tapes, like there is literally nothing being done that someone else isn’t doing better there’s just a weird thing about mediocre white boys and ppl who “don’t usually listen to rap” gravitating towards them
haven't listened to anything but his hits thus far, but i'm halfway through and it's pretty well done tbh. production is nice
Didn't get the chance to check it out but a friend of mine sent me this one and I love it.
I know Cudi dropped but any love for the white boy out of Louisville?
Solid debut album imo.
2. “Face Of My City” feat. Lil Baby
4. “Funny Seeing You Here”
5. “Way Out” feat. Big Sean
6. “Already Best Friends” feat. Chris Brown
7. “Keep It Light”
9. “Same Guy” feat. Adam Levine
10. “Route 66” feat. EST Gee
11. “Tyler Herro”
12. “Luv Is Dro” feat. Static Major and Bryson Tiller
13. “Whats Poppin”
14. “Baxter Avenue”
15. “Whats Poppin (REMIX)” feat. Da Baby, Lil Wayne, and Tory Lanez (BONUS)