Lil Gnar’s sophomore album “Fire Hazard” is now available, streaming on all platforms. Gnar’s clear versatility coupled with a strong list of features makes for a dope listening experience that’s up there with some of the best projects released this year.
Opening the album is “Rockstar Flow” the track that Gnar’s been teasing on his social media over the past few weeks. Flexing his come up over the past couple of years Gnar comes in hard on this opening song over a dope string riff beat. “Bitch its big GUAP it ain’t Lil Gnar”
Throughout the album we get a sound from Lil Gnar much different than that of “Gnar Lif3”, his last big project. With Fire Hazard we get much more, Gnar made a point to show that there isn’t a sound he can’t create and body.
“On Sight” brings us back to Gnar Lif3 days where we get a head banging slap that Gnar just seems to destroy every time he hops on, but “Eastside” shows his ability to vibe with an artist such as Lil Yachty. We even get a glimpse at his emo side in “Bad Memories” with Lil Tracy.
We’ll post our complete review of the project after a few days of listening, but for now check out Lil Gnar’s Fire Hazard streaming everywhere.
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