It’s been a bit of a wait, but wait no more as Compton native Boogie has finally gifted us with his highly-anticipated debut album, Everythings For Sale. Although the album includes features from artists such as JID, Eminem, 6LACK, Christian Scott aTunde Adjuah and Snoh Aalegra, it didn’t come off too feature-heavy and I don’t feel like any of the guest features overshadow the amazing work he brought to the table with this album.
When I say this album touched my soul with the very first track… the emotion he evokes, particularly on certain songs such as “Whose Fault,” is really reminiscent of the emotion Kendrick evokes on songs such as “u.” I honestly can’t even count the number of times I’ve played “Whose Fault” thus far; it legit makes tears well up in my eyes. You’ll see for yourself when you listen to the album!
While I’ve seen people voice their opinions about the album only being comprised of 13 tracks, for me it’s the perfect length because the songs are just that good for me to have been satisfied with what was given. He didn’t overdo it with too many features, none of the tracks come off as ‘fillers,’ and I feel like anything more than 13 would have probably made the album less cohesive.
Check out the album here!