Shoutout to Justus out in Texas, because he’s the first person to show me about this guy after I saw the amazing album cover (very 90s No Limit & Cash Money inspired). I know that there is a major love/hate relationship when it comes to artists coming out of Atlanta, because of the lack of lyricism that is present and currently it’s the overdose of ‘turn up’ that is the mainstay. Father is no different, but outside of production (which he does most of his own on the album), he’s more mellow with that Lil B monotone & calm delivery, but that doesn’t mean that you can’t turn up. He was in Toronto recently, but obviously since I wasn’t all that up on game, I’m taking in what other people have already discovered. It’s not Migos, it’s not Future, and truly to some degree it’s weird that he’s from Atlanta, because he’s on the other end of the spectrum (sound wise) in comparison. Some tracks can bump, and overall it vibes sonically, even if the lyrics will mean nothing to you more than one-liners. Enjoy.