Obviously, this dude is from the Bay Area.
There's something in the water there right now.
I get a lot of different vibes from Squadda B,
sometimes when he's rapping it's sounding like Max B when
he would just go in on a verse instead of singing the whole thing.
And though he's unmistakably from Cali,
he's still using his drum hits like a Texan or Detroit producer,
or maybe sampling like a Dipset producer on a sunday afternoon.
Point is: every track on this one sounds unique from the next.
Cop it, mellow out. This isn't gangbang, Maybach music.
Thank god for the alternative.