6. Kilt 2
The fact that Kilt 2 features guest spots from Tank and Juvenile is the perfect encompassing statement to make about this project. If you let IamSu!, he’ll tell you how much he hates being pigeon-holed in any one lane, and for someone from the Bay area—a region of the country notorious for one very specific, 808’s-driven sound—to put out a mixtape so versatile in sound and cadence is remarkable in and of itself. Not to mention, with most of the production being handled bu ‘Su himself, or parts of his Invasion team, it appears that he’ll be curating this sound for some time. With cuts like “Father God” eventually giving way to “Rep That Gang”, he’ll have no problem doing so.