I ain’t no gangsta but don’t muthafuckin’ try me!

Containing a lot of the songs that he has put out as singles in the past year (with the exception of Sex Trip) as well as a lot of new tracks, Jay Park has put out a pretty solid demonstration as to why his label AOMG has risen so quickly to become one of the biggest hip hop labels in South Korea.  There’s trap, radio-friendly rap, some pop, and some R&B.

Also featuring the likes of Tablo, Dok2, The Quiett, Crush, and Honey Cocaine, it also boasts a plethora of features that keep the flow going and keep the style varied enough to keep the listener engaged.