The next track “Satellite City” has a dark cinematic feel and its crisp production stands out for me. Here The Aspiring Me is joined by Fat Tony and Stoppa for a solid bravado performance ripe with stylish melodic flows drowned with autotune and parallel effects. “Kenny” has that quintessential emo-trap vibe and lives up to the title with The Aspiring Me employing a different choppy flow and subtle references to the South Park character of the same name while the legendary Lil B flexes his base-god persona on the second verse. “Deposit That” sees The Aspiring Me and T$unami811 detailing some of the ways they socialize with some ladies in their circle. They are unapologetic as they assure the ladies of some exotic scenes and then some if they choose to ride with the crew. Overall the lyrics are playful, somewhat risque but classy enough to get radio airplay. “XP” showcases The Aspiring Me’s melodic prowess to the fullest as he employs a carefree vocal run over the atmospheric soundscape. Here, he details how he keeps the baddies in rotation so his metaphorical well never runs dry. This is followed by “Euclid to Wicker Park Freestyle” featuring Jazz artist Sen Morimoto, a laidback lofi-infused downtempo track ripe with sparsely arranged piano riffs, nostalgic horns and soft drums. The lyrics tell the tale of a lovelorn lady who is enamoured by what The Aspiring Me is doing for her by going the extra mile to make her happy.
The project wraps up with the playful “Pork N Rhymes” where The Aspiring Me talks about his experiences in this game called life with lines like “I be minding me, the media wanna rewind me all the time, that my life ain’t mine/Tyring to normalize black death on my timeline” but he is all about progression and asserts the notion on the chorus as follows “I can’t press rewind so we left all that bullshit behind in this section line when they cross your path please clean your mind, no you got somewhere to go but keep these flows when you on the…”