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01 Shotta Flow 6
02 Push It (feat. Young Thug)
03 Jumpin (feat. Polo G)
04 Trap Phone
05 Final Warning
08 Change My Ways
09 Ima Dogg
10 Mmm Hmm
11 Still Hood
12 Drop Shit
13 Chicago to Memphis (feat. G Herbo)
14 Too Hot (feat. Moneybagg Yo)
15 Lick Me Baby
16 Youngest To Do It
NLE Choppa has never seemed to lack focus as a rapper. At just 19 years old, the Memphis trap protégé has accumulated a shocking amount of success in little time. His 2020 debut, Top Shotta, contained a healthy mix of vulnerable melodic street anthems and braggadocios trap raps, revealing the then 17-year-old to be a young kid in conflict; he was bound to a life he didn’t choose and striving to find better ways to communicate within the confines of the violence around him.
It was this conflicted persona that led to compelling rhymes and also what helped Choppa gravitate toward holistic medicine. Given nicknames such as “NLE Chakra” from Jack Harlow, Choppa quickly became an outspoken advocate for holistic living, selling mugwort as a side hustle and speaking on the power of intention and meditation every chance he got, for better or worse.
On his 2020 mixtape From Dark To Light, Choppa’s new journey became a loose thematic focal point that spawned a handful of boundary-pushing tracks such as “Picture Me Grapin.’” Choppa’s full-fledged transformation into a spiritual champion was compelling to witness, and it was exciting to think about how he’d incorporate this newfound identity into his music.
But on Me vs. Me, Choppa reverts back to the murderous raps of his past self. The album only sparingly integrates the vulnerability and versatility Choppa seemed to possess.
There’s no denying Choppa can catch pockets and rap his ass off. “Shotta Flow 6” shows off everything that endeared fans to Choppa in the past and is one of the project’s most impressive tracks. Choppa’s voluble lyrics tumble out like an unspooling ball of yarn as the track’s rambunctious piano pushes him along. It’s a grand opening to the tape, but deflation sets in by tape’s end when it’s revealed the song is his creative apex.
Choppa’s previous melodic tendencies are instead substituted for speedy delivery and galvanized shotta flow. By “Trap Phone,” the enthusiasm for this caffeinated energy quickly wanes.
Me vs. Me lacks the versatility of past releases and feels robbed of any sort of substance beyond NLE Choppa’s youthful exuberance. As his flow spills on and on, the songs at times meld together, with the tape’s brief highlights such as “Still Hood” losing ground compared to grating moments such as “Ima Dog,” an uninspired cover of Gucci Mane’s 2009 track. Choppa pivots between a raucous hook and juvenile verses such as “ho is mad, ho is sad, ho is mad.” The song is brutish compared to the playful energy of the original.