With deep set vocals and a rowdy, somewhat relaxed delivery, Polk reminds us of a young 2 Chainz, especially on "Side Chic," with a behind-the-beat but well-enunciated bar, "Euro-step, you's a side piece. Your feelings hurt, Dwyane Wade knees." Polk reiterates rap stereotypes: money, clothes, and women. This is most notable on "Broke With a Clean Ass Fit." But the lyrics are certainly not an issue, especially with the tone of his voice and his style of rap. Polk could benefit from more modern beats. "JUUG" displays effort in production, but most of his tracks suffer from mundane, YouTube-esque "type-beats." Polk could take his whole rap persona to another level if he teamed up with a fresh new trap producer.