It's a cinematic record and, like a Baltimore-ized Spike Lee movie, it opens with birds singing, an alarm, and a radio DJ's forecast, promising a warm day, traffic on 95, and new songs by Chiffon, Dan Deacon, and Bond St. District over a chill, gurgling beat and women singing "who's your daddy?" over and over. When DDm comes in, it's in a playful, life-affirming sing-songy almost-gospel rap called 'Hello Jesus.' The song starts out sharing something with some of 2Pac's sentimental songs—a tale of street deliverance—but about a minute and a half into it, he raps a version of the standard "I pray the Lord my soul to keep" prayer and follows the "and if I should die before I wake" line with a "take me high, high, high, high" that changes the whole tenor of the song, complicates it, and ultimately infects it with what's to come in the next song, the power funk rap of 'Mayweather.' This is an insanely fun song with a wicked horn line, falsetto hollering, conga drums, and a powerful jangly guitar that could come straight from the Feelies if they'd spent the last 20 years in Mali.