@Sion you trill for that. As a young 21, I Been thinking about investing but I have 0 knowledge of it. Is it really a good game to look at? Im at the point where im willing to do practically anything to enable future success for myself. College is like stock itself. Nigga struggling out here for a gamble. Mind as well gamble with other opportunities for potential success.
The album makes more sense when u listen to it in reverse order. Its not a coincidence why the theme of TRON and Adoration of The Maji both use video game references.
Body of Work is pretty much today's society and the Cool 2. Its a really deep song and really depressing if you listen to what he is trying to say, speaking on the anatomy and "make up" of the current time . The way Terrace Martin ended it left a emotional and really sad tone to the song, it was like he was weeping and was in pain. I could really feel what they were trying to do. I took me a lot of listens to really "feel" where he was trying to do. I think the fireworks in the beginning represents celebration of the "cool" not in a good way if that's possible, but in a way were we all adore the evils that will "be the death of us".
In reverse order the song actually speaks on many stories, birth, peer pressure, evils, ultimately death, prison (physically, mentally) loving yourself, and ultimately a eulogy of the Lupe Fiasco life on his Murals. His swan song imo.
The album can be viewed plenty of ways from the life/death, video game, music industry evils, etc. This album is veeeeeery diverse. Probably the most diverse hip hop album I ever encountered.