It's a short album, with just nine tracks, and the only feature on the project comes from Future. The album features slow and occasionally monotonous flow from 21 Savage over dark and subdued Metro Boomin beats. Both styles, though, compliment each other well on the album.
The joint release comes timely for both artists. 21 Savage, an Atlanta native, is being put more into the rap scene's limelight after his XXL Freshman of the Year recognition. Metro Boomin, who is also based in Atlanta, has been one of the industries most popular producers, continues to spread his name around the hip hop scene. Just last week, Metro produced "Dope Dealer" on ScHoolboy Q's album "Blank Face."