1. "Once in a While" (featuring Max B)
French reunites with Harlem brethren Max B in a bittersweet opener to the album. Max B is currently serving a 75-year prison sentence so ostensibly his verse was recorded during incarceration.
2. "Trap House" (featuring Birdman & Rick Ross)
T.I. may be done with his trap days, but French, Birdman and Rick Ross keep the torch burning. A pan-regional rattler about working all day and trapping all night.
3. "Ain’t Worried About Nothin'"
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4. "Paranoid" (featuring C.A.S.H.)
Despite all of the album’s tough talk, the young rapper is plagued by paranoia over his newfound fame and fortune. One of the album’s rare down-tempo, introspective numbers finds French opening up about his past and fears.