Although Joyner Lucas‘ album 508-507-2209 dropped back in June, it’s still ahead of it’s league as far as lyricism goes.
The Massachusetts native not only delivers heavy bars on his major label debut but he also does some brilliant storytelling as well. Even though his style is reminiscent to that of rap legend Eminem, Lucas has a unique flow that many listeners have probably never heard before.
The 16-track project is executive produced by Boi-1da and features guest appearances from Mystikal, Snoh Aalegra and Stefflon Don.
— Joyner Lucas (@JoynerLucas) June 10, 2017
The album does have some extremely personal tracks like “Forever” and “I’m Sorry” but Lucas made sure to include more up-tempo cuts like “FYM” (featuring Mystikal).
Be sure to stream Joyner Lucas’ album 508-507-2209 above and purchase it on iTunes here.
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