Extending his previous EP ‘The Purple EP’ Staff G has stretched his sound to new heights on his latest full length LP. ‘Ride Wit Me’ the finalized full LP form of the previous project is a flawless offering. Blurring together as a blissful drugged haze ‘Ride Wit Me’ is nonstop rider music, a seamless and authentic vibe permeates every track, each intoxicating and energetic blend together for an all encompassing cohesive atmosphere. Smooth and mellow instrumentals flow atop stuttering hi hats, Trap drums and pitched down 808s. ‘Ik wat u did last summer’ is the perfect example of Staff G’s unique sound, a lush instrumental with airy chords and fluctuating 808s is the back drop to lyrics detailing drug use, women, sexual escapades, heartbreak and the fast life. ‘Rugratz’ kicks off the LP and further cements Staff G’s brand of mellow Trap that juxtaposes carnal urges and constant lust with comedic cartoon references. ‘Oakland’ boasts a flawless flow that is intricate and complex while maintaining appeal and an instrumental that is one of the smoothest on the LP. ‘Cuffed’ has Staff G attacking a sped up Stevie Wonder sample, Bounce drums, electronic claps and a syncopated snare, his flow follows each intricate piece of this instrumental with a hook that gives demands to listeners that will surely turn any party or club up to the max. ‘The Toxic National Anthem’ starts ‘THE PURPLE EP’ section of the album but maintains the intoxicating vibe. All and all ‘Ride Wit Me’ is truly a flawless LP with a steady vibe, stellar production, great flows, and lyrics that are clever and engaging. Staff G’s persona carries it all with the ease of a vet, only leaving fans more interested in what’s to come next.