To say that Tronny has slighted matured would be an understatement. Sure, the rapper discusses political and social aspects in life ("Kill Me", "The Streetz") but all throughout this more lengthy of a project he seems to bend to serious topics with his own zany antics. On Bailey, though, Yung Tronny returns triumphant bringing the audience into his old neighborhood through his eyes. The Production gets amped with more help from frequent collaborators Quan Beats, The Track Blacksmith and Stizzy Beats. You will find that this mezmerizing cinematic musical is a major treat for the ears and a shine of beauty for the masses listening.