The 5-tracked collection embodies all features that Bless Picasso is known for: sharp rhymes, dope beats, killer samples, and perfectionism for every layered sound. The highlight of the album is the track titled, “Rocato Dreams,” a dark, and honest piece of music where Bless Picasso let himself feel more vulnerable and shares his thoughts on modern society, and the political situation. Listening to it carefully, you’ll find the lines and beats are a serious earworm. 

Overall, the Virginia based rapper scored high on Al-Mansur. The collection is more polished than his previous album, Say It With Bullets from 2018 and shows his personal growth as an artist, performer, and songwriter.

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