Atlanta rapper 2 Chainz returns dropping his highly anticipated fifth studio album titled “Rap Or Go To The League.”
After teasing fans last year with an impending album on the way the entrepreneur and rapper returns and taps LeBron James to A&R the entire album. Tity Boi links up with the likes of Kendrick Lamar, Lil Wayne, Chance the Rapper, E-40, Kodak Black, Ty Dolla $ign, Ariana Grande, Travis Scott, Young Thug and Marsha Ambrosius for the project.
Rap Or Go To The League serves as 2 Chainz autobiography and in a sense that has little to do with career aspirations as Chainz details in his music, “I done some things I ain’t proud of/Like sold my mom drugs,” he confesses on “Threat 2 Society.” On “Forgiven” he recounts the pain of hearing that friend and collaborator Lil Fate’s son had been murdered, and then he delivers a detailed list of crimes he may or may not have once committed on “Statute of Limitations.” “NCAA” carries the album’s overt parallel of street life and sport with its chorus: “N-C-double-A/We the young and dangerous/We be balling hard/I just want some paper.”
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