Review: Lil Sin – My Life

Review: Lil Sin – My Life

Lil Sin has been gaining notoriety and respect with his new album called My Life as of late 2020. The album has certified street bangers such as Now Life Matters and Knew Dat. You will not want to miss out on purchasing this album as each track is a classic. His album is what’s trending in San Antonio rap these days. His album is blazing on these streets.

The album has that new school rap sound very much similar to the drill music coming from Chicago. Trap beats meet the sound of southern rap.

Life Matters is a song where Lil Sin expresses the desire to change as a human being. Lil Sin expresses the desire and will to change Now life matters. Make the change that is necessary when life matters. The concept and message of this song is that all life matters.

Lil Sin expresses the desire and will to change in these lyrics. Read the words to his lyrics below.

Now life matters
Now I must do and must be willing
To do the change that is necessary
I must be willing to change
Make the change that is necessary when life does matter

Leave Me Alone is about Lil Sin’s experience in the music industry. The mood for the song Leave Me Alone is quite mournful. The song has a soul sampled used.

Lil Sin has experienced the fame, fortune, greed, lust, and betrayal in the music industry. He’s suffered enough. The road has been rough since the first day of his career. He has been independent since the beginning. Day by day, poster by poster. Fans get closer.

He gave the music industry everything he had including his love and blood. Lil Sin fell in love with music at first sight. He thought he would never leave. In the middle of the song is where Lil Sin claims music to be downfall. He left his children to take long trips and tour across the world.

At first his vision was kind of blurry. Now he sees clearly. His life is good and he’s living free. Nothing but family and homies. Ain’t got no enemies.

Knew Dat is a rap song filled with trap beats over the new school rap sound very much similar to the drill music coming from Chicago. Trap beats meet the sound of southern rap on Knew Dat. Knew Dat serves as a bragging rights song similar to Come On Man. It represents his status in the music game. He’s been doing music for a long time now.

I rate this album 5/5*****!!

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