11. Fans have gotten to see where he's been with his debut Camp, but that maiden LP was littered with scattered, anxious thoughts. With Because The Internet, Gambino is more sure and aware of himself.
12. Soul influences from Marvin Gaye and The Jackson 5 are heard throughout the album, playing as helpful transitions through "Dial Up" and "The Worst Guys." He's not afraid to mention it, either: "Jackson 5 in the back of an Acura/acting blacker Than a Bernie Mac/some Charlie Murphy's and Akon." Bonus points for the "ABC" wordplay.
13. Donald Glover's on-screen characters Troy Barnes and the Mad Hatter are long gone. Fans and hip-hop heads will appreciate that the album is quality music from a twenty something who isn't named Kendrick.
14. Gambino has grown with this album, but does he want commercial success? Because The Internet will likely earn critical nods, hopefully mainstream will follow.
15. At first, Because The Internet can be seen as an outpour of emotions. Then you see it for what it really is: A conceptual project portraying everything the Internet has become. Life happens and carelessness ensues (i.e. "The Library," 'Worldstar," "Playing Around Before The Party") but it still rounds out how entertaining moments like #thatbackfliptho, the latest Drake meme and Black Twitter can be.