1. The collaborations on BTI represent some of the most popular artists on the web. Azealia Banks, Problem, Chance The Rapper and Macklemore are used in subtle and simplistic ways, similar to Chief Keef's contributions on Kanye's luminous "Hold My Liquor." Each artist is carefully utilized and adds a special moment to each song.
2. Sonically this LP represents a branch of modern hip-hop that hasn't yet been labeled. Sure, it's easy to label it hipster, emo or experimental. It's more of a blend of hashtag rap, creative samples and the strong foundation of lyrical content. It formulates a fusion that forces you to question doubts about hip-hop's current state.
3. The Jhene Aiko and Gambino rumors are what tumblr kids dream of ("Pink Toes" is their BTI duet), but Gambino and Kilo Kish create beautiful music together, too. Just check her whispy vocals on "Zealots of Stockholm": "Is it real cause your online?"
4. Gambino knows that he isn't rap's ideal poster boy, but isn't going to stop because of trolls and skeptics that come his way. He illustrates that point on "Life: The Biggest Troll."
5. Today's fame gives Internet sensations like Gambino a dose of paranoia daily. You hear it on tracks like "The Party," where he constantly questions the people around him.