The producer of this track asked me to review this through Rap Genius, and I decided to follow through with the homie. I had really high hopes for it, since he claimed it was one of the best tracks coming from Rap Genius of all time, and I was disappointing for a couple of reasons.
For a start, the beat of this track sounded amateur and got very repetitive by the end of the song, especially after multiple listens. It didn't really stand out to me in any way shape or form. Even though the sampling was clean, I just wasn't quite interested with the beat. I also wanted to see more filters used throughout the course of the beat.
In terms of the rap, this is certainly not the best Mak Nikova has ever done. A lot of the rhyme schemes were one-syllabic and presumably easy to come up with, and a lot of the lyrics were pretty stereotypical and lacked originality. On the flip side, I did enjoy some of the metaphors Nikova used (such as the Garfield line), and I thought his flow wasn't terrible.
Overall, I just wasn't very impressed with the quality of the track. I didn't think it was terrible, but it frankly bored me and could have been better. I don't think neither of the artists who collaborated on it are bad, but they can certainly do a lot better than this.