- Tap (feat. Meek Mill)
- Tussin’ (feat. Young Thug)
After a week of controversy, Toronto rapper Nav drops The Weeknd-executive produced Bad Habits. The 16 track album features include Gunna, Young Thug and Meek Mill; and would’ve included Lil Uzi Vert if it wasn’t for his label heads. The instrumentals fail to give anything new to what we’ve heard before on previous works and the hi-hats are distractingly dominant in almost every song. Though the melodies are catchy, the songs as a whole are monotonous and boring – a style Nav feels way too comfortable in. To help this, the short duration of each track, a new habit of most rappers nowadays, was something I could appreciate. I really enjoyed Tap (feat. Meek Mill) and Tussin’ (feat. Young Thug), despite Thuggers’ strange outro but I couldn’t help but miss the Uzi feature throughout the album.
I can’t say I’d recommend Nav’s new album, but if you’re looking for some new Thugger and Meek Mill – Tap and Tussin’ are definitely strong tracks.
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