Much like WaterSZN in 2017, Chris Travis continues his obsession with essential property responsible for Human Life. Water World wasn't brought into existence because Kevin Costner inspired a generation of men and women. Hydro is really rad, and we're about to wage Global Conflicts over it, I really hope I'm wrong.
Chris Travis' Water World much like the last, is a verbal showcase of the rappers wide-ranging skills, all in the Memphis Underground persuasion. The former Raider Klan member hasn't switched his style much since the collapse of the group as a tangible entity. Fans of legendary Memphis Rap, and current day rappers such as Xavier Wulf and Denzel Curry will be excited to hear an energetic element to to his music that doesn't compromise lyrical creativity. Songs like "Memphis N****z" and recent video single "Water World" is reminder that rap music is essentially a product of different environments and social clauses.