For almost 2 years’ people have been asking me “when is Millie going to drop another project?” “Is he done rapping?” “What has he been working on?” I could look at them and honestly say I’m not exactly sure, I do know he’s working though. Everybody, your prayers have been answered; Saint Millie has delivered Adderall and it is fire.
It all starts with “Oak street Anthem” produced by OakStreetMedia where Millie gets into his dreams of taking a daily tour down Oak Street of the Gold Coast in downtown Chicago and being in Oak Street company studio shopping for beats. Hearing Millie voice roll over the slow tempo, heavy bass driven track makes you feel like Rich Porter in 85 riding down 125th in an ‘86 foreign. Like you in that mode where you really feel like you made it but the grind and drive is still there more than ever.
At that point you’re into this project early but just keep riding into “Three Dubs.” This joint is produced by Lee on the Beats and gets into the rapper’s side hustle, if you will. Unless your very naïve you have to know most indie artist have to find a way or two or three to bring in funds to his situation. Lee on the Beats, of DJ Khaled’s production collective, provides the heavy drum ridden track. At this point if you’re a Saint Millie fan you’re questioning plenty about what you know about his past contributions. Don’t live in the past. Evolve with the sound. Money Millie took a trip down south to link with his family in Atlanta. “Freak” prod by 808 Mafia catches you from the beginning. Millie got in depth a bit with the Staylo Podcast about how he linked with the Atlanta production collective but the pairing is an obvious match. From the beginning synthesizer till that first punch of base he got you roped in. “Freak” would definitely have you ready to leave Atlanta with somebody girl but she belongs to the city. They love her. You have to come back home to hear what C-Sick and Mano have cooking in the kitchen anyway. “No Heauxs,” prod by C-Sick and Mano, also featuring latter who from the beginning letting everybody know he doesn’t chase women but is about the greenbacks. Can’t front, it’s very rare for artist to be honest about this subject. The misogyny in hip-hop is uncanny and has been for years; it just doesn’t happen in this track. Sir Michael Rocks adds in about how he just remained focused and despite hundreds of missed calls from the other sex he still about getting money and riding roofless in his Range Rover.
In order of appearance the Paris Beuller assisted “Lil Bit” is honestly my favorite track out right now. It gets straight to the point for all you snapchat enthusiast out there. Referencing back to the podcast interview Millie gets into how this track drove the direction of the rest of the project and it’s great that it did. The energy in it captures you immediately.
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