Pitchfork‘s Ian Cohen: “Would [“Lunch Money”] displace anything on My Name is My Name? Of course not, that record’s ruthless focus was its greatest quality.” Nah. Nah, bruh, and nah on both counts. This could have easily replaced the tuneless “Sweet Serenade” and its embarrassing ad-libs or Big Sean-featuring “Who I Am,” and that record’s greatest weakness was its complete lack of focus: constantly being pulled towards Kanye’s demented machinations (ie. “Numbers on the Boards”) and pop charts-pandering (ie. “40 Acres”). The beat would have been the oddest thing on My Name is My Name: Pusha T rapping his way through Gungan City; love the brief beat switch at the end.