Lil Wayne & Rich The Kid “Trust Fund Babies” (Album Review)

Lil Wayne & Rich The Kid “Trust Fund Babies” (Album Review)

This October, Lil Wayne teamed up with Rich The Kid for a 10 track collaboration album, Trust Fund Babies. Looking at this record top to bottom, I ask the question of why? Tracks like “Feelin’ Like Tunechi” and “Shh” contain solid performances from Weezy, but why would he decide to carry such a burdening load on a record. On top of the fact that none of his verses hold a torch to the spectacular verses he’s dropped on his legendary feature run this year, Rich The Kid serves as an ankle to Weezy’s foot every time he opens his mouth. Their chemistry is nowhere to be found, and Rich’s inability to write a coherent bar or pick an assertive delivery is just nonexistent. With a slew of fun Lil Wayne verses, this definitely isn’t the worst album of the year, but between Rich The Kid having no talent and the style being derived from sickening mainstream trends, this album is one of the most forgettable in Wayne’s massive catalog. 

Rating: 3.9/10

Top 5 Songs:

  1. Headlock
  2. Shh
  3. Still
  4. Feelin’ Like Tuenchi
  5. Big Boss

Written By: Mr. Fantastic

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