On “UNTITLED,” MRG raps well about his struggles, his life and his inability to trust most people. However, he still manages to touch on social issues ranging from homophobia in hip-hop to the COVID-19 pandemic. All in all, it’s a great track that’s empowered by the soulful sample beat MRG raps over. The brother truly bears his soul and leaves no cards unturned.
I’m a big fan of his approach to homophobia in rap. That is, he states that it doesn’t matter who another man chooses to love. As long as their character is straight (meaning good and on the level), they’re good in his book. In a world where Boosie Badazzes constantly go in over the Lil Nas X’es of the world, it’s refreshing to hear a lyrically imposing rapper take a firm stance against homophobia in rap. The rest of the song is just as powerful, as he talks about fake news perpetuating foolishness, vaccine mandates and a slew of hot-button topics. He does so in a way that isn’t afraid to ask the hard questions as well.
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