Stealf Soulja continues his adventures through the seven deadly sins and it is gloriously blunt. Released last week, “Sloth” speaks on someone who’s done nothing but BS around–and how Stealf isn’t with it at all. Even when things look bleak, the artist strives to push past mediocrity. The track features production and a flow that would sound perfectly at home in early-2000s hip-hop. Down the the Juvie-esque slow bounce delivery, Stealf delivers a song that can get stuck in your head while focusing on “reflections of [his] soul.” Check it out below and remember to support dope music in all its forms.