Denver emcee Dwoodz 2G is living the rock star dream. He certainly has the ability to moan and sadboi about girls and the trials of living, all over hard trap beats and big bass sounds, mixed with sampled acoustic guitar. “Do they love me yet?,” Dwoodz asks in thick autotune and angelic vocal layers. It is ambiguous as to whose love or sex or attention he needs––Fans? Lovers? “Don’t Want Your Company” and “How U Livin” utilize the same approach, marrying Blink-182 with Trippie Redd and Lil Peep. Dwoodz’s songs are all roughly 2-minutes and accomplish what they need to do, not much more. He is competent in this emo-mumble rap wheelhouse, but can benefit with even more risks on future tracks.