It’s safe to say that there are myriad dimensions to Caskey and “Black Sheep 3” exemplifies all of them. The Black Sheep series has been the Florida native’s coming of age, a three-step process in which Cash Money’s dark horse has strategically and successfully re-invented his sound. BS3 might not be the lyrical imprint it’s predecessors where, but Caskey’s growth as a songwriter captures a wave of ingenuity, highlighting the ability to create mood records with the same contextual impact as his more consciously thought-provoking conspiracy raps. Aggressive cuts like “Yall Gone Learn 2Day” and “Narcotics” compliment catchier, bounce-type sonics like “White Girls” and “OMW.” BS3 is well-rounded and consistent enough to keep old fans fed while attracting an entirely new audience. More focused (and more tatted) than ever, it’s time for the Orlando rhymer to go from black sheep to golden boy.
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