Bankrol Hayden’s second album “29” is a testament to his growth and artistic ability. The album features an impressive list of collaborators, including Lil Skies, Blueface, OHGEESY, Maxo Kream, Lil Tecca, charlieonnafriday, Arden Jones, and Zzz. With 19 tracks, the album is a mix of slow and fast-paced songs that showcase Bankrol Hayden’s range as an artist.
The album’s hit single “Cabo” has already amassed over 56 million streams, and the slow, Einer Bankz-inspired “Deep End” featuring Lil Skies has racked up 16 million streams since its release in July 2022. “Bop Slide” featuring Blueface, OHGEESY, and Maxo Kream is the longest song on the album, with hard-hitting bass and catchy lines that make it an instant favorite.
One of the standout tracks on the album is “Bussdown Baby,” which features a guitar beat and a different vibe from the rest of the album. Bankrol Hayden’s rapping on the guitar is impressive, and the production is incredible. Another favorite is “Should I Stay,” which has a wild melody and a lot of emotion that showcases Bankrol Hayden’s talent.
Overall, “29” is a well-produced album that shows Bankrol Hayden’s versatility and authenticity as an artist. The tracks vary in style and pace, but they all have a rawness and honesty that is missing from a lot of music today. The album is a great effort and a must-listen for fans of Bankrol Hayden and anyone looking for new, real music.