French Montana adds his 'easy come, easy go' conveyance to a Mih-Ty formula that needs no introduction. The leading men of contemporary (conventional) R&B made like a cleanup squad for their inaugural project together. The album contains production elements with the best in the biz, OG Parker, Hitmaka, and Cubeatz, among others.
On "FYT," the boys co-opt Biggie's bravado in an abbreviated form conducive to the Millenials in the crowd. French Montana sets off at a less sluggish pace than usual, conjuring up memories of the Bad Boy era that preceded the current era overseen by Puffy. Ty Dolla even gets off a couple reprehensible lyrics masked by his disarming ways, singing "gimme that kitty, girl, wash the dishes," like he was mired in the Stone Age with Bam Bam and Barney.
The bridge leading into the final issuance of "Fuck You Tonight" is Jeremih's defining moment on the record, as it intertwines so delicately with their co-authorship. Their chemistry is otherworldly.
How you gone let them hoes tell you what you like
I'm in Neiman Marcus throwing tantrums
You think you know high fashion
Just to take it off, babe
Let's see you run your mouth when I take it down.