Uncle Murda - Don't Come Outside Vol. 2
G-Unit rapper, Uncle Murda released a new mixtape called Don't Come Outside Vol. 2 on January 10th, 2020 under the labels Addicted To Money and Empire. The mixtape features Tory Lanez, Jadakiss, Styles P, Dave East, Benny The Butcher, Conway, Que Banz, Derez De'shon and Aviator Keys.
The mixtape starts with the song "God I Fuck With You" where Uncle Murda raps about his appreciation of his blessing from God no matter how hard life was for him on this melodic instrumental. Uncle Murda explains in the song "What I Mean Is" what type of rapper he is because of the fact he is a product of his environment which are the streets and not a conscious rapper. The song has a sweet instrumental and the sample that was used in this song is crazy. Then we have the song "62" featuring Tory Lanez where the track is about drug dealing followed by the song "We Outside" featuring Que Banz. The two following songs are straight New York hip-hop sounds. We have the song "Freedom" featuring Jadakiss, Que Banz and Benny The Butcher where the track is well produced with a night vibe with the help of good lyricists like Jadakiss and Benny The Butcher. Then there's "He Did That Shit" which is another street tale song on a good instrumental with the help of lyricists Styles P and Conway. The songs "Who The Boss Is" and "Dope Money" have the same themes and content that Uncle Murda has been rapping about in the album which is drug dealing and life and streets and it makes the mixtape repetitive and the beat of these 2 songs are kind of boring. The song "Slide My Way" featuring Que Banz and Derez De'shon has a mix of east coast rap and trap music, and the instrumental of the song "Blame Us" has a good vibe with some street stories content featuring Aviator Keys and Que Banz. "Hold Up" featuring Dave East is a good song between both rappers with a nice verse from Dave East but I wasn't a big fan of the hook itself and the mixtape finishes with the song "It Hit Different."
Overall, Don't Come Outside Vol. 2 is a quick mixtape to listen and I wasn't too crazy about it. Uncle Murda is a good storyteller but I wished that the mixtape had more content and other themes than just stories about drug dealing even though it's Uncle Murda forte, but at the end of the day, it's only a mixtape which is normally dedicated to the streets.
Beat Instrumental: 3/5
Mixtape Production: 3/5
Overall Score: 2.8/5