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Having already announced his forthcoming project complete, Juice WRLD was facing similar challenges to Offset, whose early album announcements have given rise to seemingly unrealistic expectations from fans at every turn. On “Robbery,” Juice WRLD proved himself one of the few rappers worthy of an escalating “emo image.” Elsewhere on the hip-hop ledger, Wu-Tang alum Method Man turned back on the clock on a posse cut with longtime associate Street Life, and the equally grimy Havoc of Mobb Deep fame.
The rest of the FIRE EMOJI is highly-saturated in quality with song submissions ranging from the absurd to records bordering on negligible “minimalism.” Whatever the case, those you who made the list this week, demonstrated something head and shoulders above the rest. Listen to the FIRE EMOJI and follow all of HNHH Spotify playlists below.