This was definitely an interesting twist of an album here. If you want to take an international trip overseas and travel through Europe looking the flyest you possibly can, this is the album for you. It was definitely dope how these MCs tapped into the whole Lo-Lifes culture by including Thirstin Howl III and Rack-Lo. The bars are pretty dope and definitely different than the stuff you hear everyday. The beats were pretty good throughout. I didn’t have a major problem with anything on here. All in all, this was a decently executed album.
Da Flyy Hooligan is a rapper that I was previously not aware of. He hails from the U.K. and hits us with an album called S.C.U.M. The way I would describe him is probably a luxurious gangster. The flow is definitely out of the norm. He has got really raw and vivid descriptions of being rich and sexual domination of beautiful women. It is slightly reminiscent of Un Kasa, a former Diplomat rapper. That is probably what I would most closely compare him to. The beats are ok. There are some beats that almost have a futuristic London type feel to them and there are others that are just average. The hottest track is probably the Westside Gunn assisted “Savile Row.” The two rappers trade bars over a pretty dope beat and do what they do best. This was an okay release overall. I don’t know if I am quite in this lane, but you all may find this one pretty interesting.