- Words: Max Herman
- Label: Bonafyde
Serengeti's latest album is further proof that this Chicago native could give two shits about what the rest of the rap game is up to. While the beats used here aren't that unusual, Geti's lyrical focus unquestionably is. When he's not trying to figure out his life, this erratic MC shape-shifts into different characters, including an Italian blue-collar sports fan and a delusional drug addict. These personality studies are just about as creative as you'll hear an MC get, although, given the average attention span nowadays, not many will want to try and keep up.
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