Don Toliver graduated cum laude from the Travis Scott school of how to make nothing sound like something. The moodiness makes you feel like Don is about to embark on a journey of self-discovery like early Kid Cudi, go on a drunken voicemail rant like "Marvin's Room"-era Drake, or throw in a splash of spitefulness like post-Honest Future, but that never happens. The Houston rapper and singer's music is relatively conflict-free, and when things do go wrong, he seems largely unfazed.
Don Toliver works at an electrifying pace. Refusing to let a little thing like, y'know, a global pandemic get in his way, the Stateside rapper has peppered the Billboard charts with a string of single releases, smashing his way into hip-hop's Major League in the process. Debut album 'Heaven Or Hell' dropped last year, solidifying the Houston rapper's place in rap's upper echelons.