The album consists of 22 tracks and includes the previously released singles “Robbery” and “Hear Me Calling.” The rapper described the project as a medley of sounds from jazz to rock and of course rap. “I thought I’d just incorporate Twisted Metal and Death Race [into] hanging on to a relationship or doing what you have to do to maintain a relationship, or going through hell to fix something to get somebody back.” he previously told Billboard,
Interscope A&R Aaron “Dash” Sherrod also noted that the album was bound to go down in history. “It’s his Reasonable Doubt (Jay-Z, 1996). His Life After Death (Notorious B.I.G., 1997),” Dash said. “One hundred percent, people are going to be talking about it for years to come.”
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