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This intro track provides a taste of Vic's spastically overactive brain, which he insinuates must be the way it is because he thinks he “fell off the bed as a kid and hit [his] head.” The mix of fast-paced spitting atop his soul-filled, passionate sing-song cries—reminiscent of Mos Def or Kid Cudi—loaded with lyrics you'll likely have to replay over and over again to fully grasp everything, comes together to form a hell of an intro.
You’ve heard this already. Or at least you should’ve. Nostalgic nuances, love and laughter and overall happy feelings combine on this single to form a soundtrack perfect for summertime. That’s not to say that everything is sunny: “They made a list about Chicago rappers and they skipped me. Maybe because I’m so much more/Forget what you not, this ’bout what you are.”
Similar to “Orange Soda,” this is another feel-good song that finds Vic in a boastful flow as he brags about alcohol, “bitches” and all things that have the potential to make any day lovely. The track is fun, lively and made for radio play.
Tweakin' (Feat. Chance the Rapper)
In "Tweakin," Vic collabs with fellow SaveMoney crew member Chance The Rapper as they profess that when it comes to this industry shit, they just be tweaking (Chi-Town lingo for acting up, all in good fun). “That weed got me, I'm tweakin’. Maybe that lean got me, I'm tweakin’. Pullin’ donuts in the beam homie, I'm tweakin’. Bitch nigga, you don't know me, I'm tweakin.’" “Tweakin’” pretty much encapsulates what it's like to be high off of whatever. Vic and Chance's chemistry is phenomenal and when they come together—see also: Chance’s "Cocoa Butter Kisses"—they create something great.