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2 Chains - So Help Me God ! Vinyl Record

2 Chains - So Help Me God ! Vinyl Record

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So Help Me God is the personal, soulful 6th studio album from Atlanta rapper, 2 Chainz. Boasting a wide range of star-studded features ranging from Lil Uzi, NBA Youngboy, Mulatto, Brent Faiyaz, plus key collaborators Lil Wayne, Kanye West & Rick Ross. 2 Chainz delivers his classic quotable bars across the 15 tracks. Captures an array of themes from 2020 anthem "Quarantine Thick" w/ Mulatto, the Hall & Oates sampled "Can't Go For That" and the melodic "Feel a Way" w/ Kanye West & Brent Faiyaz.So Help Me God! is a self-described “time capsule of quarantine,” but it mostly strays from any mention of the pandemic. And given that the one song with this theme is the goofy “Quarantine Thick”, that’s a good thing. The first half of the album is a mixed-bag: the “young enough to f*ck yo’ auntie” shit-talk of “Grey Area” or the Hall & Oates-sampling (huh?) “Can’t Go For That” are fairly unimpressive.

But Deuce is a skilled curator, and “Save Me” and “Money Maker” are really nice songs. On the former, co-produced by Mike Will and Chainz himself, BJ the Chicago Kid sings a lovely intro and Louisiana’s YoungBoy provides a verse and chorus with emotional heft. First single “Money Maker” takes a marching band cover of Guy’s “Piece of My Love” and throws Lil Wayne into the mix with fun results. 2 Chainz told Apple Music that the track “is an articulation of the Black experience, the HBCU experience, band culture, halftime, all of those things rolled into one.” The HBCU shoutouts at the end of the track in particular are a nice touch into what promised to be a college anthem, if only college parties and packed football stadiums were a reality in 2020.

Tracks

A1 Lambo Wrist
A2 Grey Area
A3 Save Me
A4 Money Maker
A5 Can't Go For That
A6 Feel A Way
A7 Quarantine Thick
A8 Ziploc
B1 Free Lighter
B2 Toni
B3 Southside Hov
B4 Vampire
B5 YRB
B6 Wait For You To Die
B7 55 Times