Whenever a reverberated sax comes into play, you already know it's about to be lit. YFN Lucci's Ray Ray From Summerhill opener is no exception. The album's soulful and reflective tone is successfully set within the first twenty seconds. Stoopid Beats & Cuzzo's production is an immediate standout, blending melancholic piano keys with crisp trap drums. While the album as a whole features a more melodic side of Lucci, "Go Crazy" strikes a healthy balance. The vocals dominate the track's opening half, but Lucci kicks up the flow when the occasion calls for it.
"Second mixtape got me a number one," he raps. "Ha ha, I got another one, plus I'm working on another one." Seems like longevity is on the itinerary. If you have yet to peep Ray Ray From Summerhill, it's only logical you start at the beginning. It just so happens that "Go Crazy" perfectly encapsulates the project's entire vibe.
Hey uh, two cups and a blunt, these are Saint Laurent
Second mixtape got me a number one, I already got another one
Plus I'm workin' on another one, just got a new watch and get my brother one
I love my n***a like my mother's son, I know they love what I've become