WMWTSO is more enjoyable than I expected it to be given that on his debut I thought Mac was unimpressive as a rapper because he just didn't make spitting sound effortless at all. While the rapping is a vast improvement on this album, the vocals still aren't great, predominantly because he raps with this woeful voice for the whole album, as if before he recorded each song he received a message informing him that a loved one had passed away. It gets boring and kind of annoying quickly.
There's some nice production though, that is also an improvement from his debut, in terms of consistency and the overall sound. 'Someone Like You' is Harry Fraud-esque that fits into the cloud rap genre, as do many others, and was the first to really catch my attention. The production over the album is vibey at times, and you'll enjoy it a lot more if you dig Miller's tragic vocal expression.
Best Tracks: Red Dot Music, Watching Movies, Someone Like You