Anybody talking about A Boogie wit da Hoodie having his own unique flow is on that shit. Stop lying to yourself. Much of his cadence and delivery sounds like the female singer-rapper Dej Loaf – on mommas. It’s not the purpose of this rant to do a side-by-side comparison between these two artists – you already know. What we can do is glean any gems that might exist on Hoodie SZN, a tedious experience that is pretty much the same throughout most of its duration, with similar sounding trap ballads such as Voices in My Head, Just Like Me, and Love Drugs and Sex adding fat to the body of an album which also includes some lean standouts in Pull Up, Demons and Angels, and Beasty.