Double Cheeseburger by Domo Genesis & Wolf Haley: Well, this is an improvement from yesterday. Domo proved to me that he does, in fact, have swag - congrats. I wish this had been my introduction instead of "Salute." But I must say that I was mainly focused on Wolf Haley on this track. He's got a similar style to Tyler, the Creator, which I definitely dig. His flow is really on point, really smooth transitions. "That's why I traded R. Kelly my sister for a new hit" - woo! So terrible, yet so, so awesome. Solid.
Round and Round by Hodgy Beats, Jasper & Mike G: This is the most commercial sounding song so far, and it's not in a bad way. The beat is very much aimed towards the ladies, along with the lyrical content. But are they talking about fat chicks the whole time? Feeding a lady seems to be the main subject... well hey, big girls need love too. I think my favorite part about this song is the beat, it distracts me from the fact that there's nothing particularly spectacular about the rhymes.
Ugly Girls: This is just an interlude, and there isn't much to say about it aside from it's silly content. Glad OFWGKTA thinks about all the ladies :)
Orange Juice by Earl Sweatshirt & Wolf Haley: Along with Tyler, the Creator, these guys are my favorite rappers. Dirty flow, older tone. Maybe that's what I don't like about the others - you can hear their age in their voice. Wolf kinda takes over on this track, and it really can only be explained with a listen, so.... do that.