Without Warning – 21 Savage, Offset & Metro Boomin – 8.3

1. Ghostface Killers – 8.5
2. Rap Saved Me – 9.2
3. Ric Flair Drip – 8.6
4. My Choppa Hates N*ggas – 8.3
5. Nightmare – 8.3
6. Mad Stalkers – 8.2
7. Disrespectful – 7.6
8. Run Up The Racks – 8
9. Still Serving – 8.1
10. Darth Vader – 8.2

Released last Halloween, superstar producer Metro Boomin brought together 21 Savage and Offset to create one of the better joint rap albums in recent memory. I love the atmospheric and seriously creepy vibe that not only 21 Savage brings with his usual low and dark delivery but also with Metro’s production being particularly wavey and frightening at times which makes Without Warning all the more better and really captures the horror movie vibe. I personally think Offset did a better job overall than 21 Savage because I think Offset is more flexible and has more ability musically than 21 Savage. But Savage does his thing and he does it well. Without Warning starts off very strong with the first 3 opening songs, Ghostface Killers with Travis Scott, Rap Saved Me with Quavo and Ric Flair Drip easily being the best songs on the album. The rest of the tracks just fall in quality gradually making for an excellent start but a slightly disappointing finish. A special shout out is needed for Rap Saved Me being the best track on the album and one of my favourite songs right now. Overall this is a delightfully dark diamond of an album with Metro Boomin in top form and 21 Savage and Offset doing what they do best. Just a shame the second half couldn’t keep the same quality as the first.