THE MOGUL MINUTE : FYM YOU HAVEN'T LISTENED TO JOYNER LUCAS "508-507-2209" ALBUM
Joyner Lucas debut album "508-507-2209" just released and it's definitely and interesting "Ultrasound" of everything that's going on inside himself . Joyner's flow and ability to tell stories about his past , present ,and future is "Lovely". "FYM" you haven't listened to this album yet ? Not only is it worth listening to, its an epic story. "Keep It 100" the album is raw , lyrical, and so for real. Joyner Tweeted that "I put my blood, sweat , and tears into this sh*t", and he did. It's Fathers Day and I'm home listening to this album and it's preaching to me in a way . "Winter Blues" is hard record. It's one of those go get it and don't stop till you do songs. The album is relative in so many ways because Joyner is speaking from a place of personal growth , life's hardships, family , and not wanting to be "Just Like You" the people who just gave up or content with a messed up life , he wants more. I'm not telling you to listening to the album "Just Because" I think Joyner is an ill lyricist but because this album isn't a game. Its straight to the point and its a good. "Lullaby" makes you think of your child hood and some of the battles you faced. Honesty is the "Way To Go" . Joyner isn't hiding his inner thoughts on this debut. "Look What You Made Me Do" is a turnt song on the album featuring Stephion Don. The deeper you get into this 16 track project you can tell that Joyner is working ,and slaying these tracks so that he can let his family and his supporters know "We Gone Be Alright." "Forever" is a deep record because he's speaking to his son whom is not old enough to understand how he fought and inner battle when he found out he had a baby on the way . The track discusses being scared to become a father and then being filled with the love of his son. So "I Need more" is a wake up track. Joyner emphasizes that material things, money , and stunting on the internet , and being surrounded by fake people isn't what's popping . Maybe we might get a mini-movie from Joyner Lucas one day because he always puts out attention grabbing visuals to his songs ."Literally" you can tell that he really put his emotions into this album. "I'm Sorry" is a heavy song because it speaks on suicide an having so much weight to deal with. Sometimes in life we feel like that but we all have to remember suicide isn't the answer. Overall, Joyner you dropped an amazing project. He shared so many relative topics , life , Jesus , his flaws , his wins and so much more. So whether you're having "One Lonely Night" or a really lit day , press play on this album "508-507-2209" produced by @mastersmusic
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