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"Eat, Sleep, Flex, Repeat" is the third mixtape from American rapper and Flex Entertainment founder Yung Schmoobin. It was released on February 27, 2020. It will feature guest appearances from Lil Mosquito Disease, Kid Phang, Big Baller B, Lil Boxx, and Tobuscus.

The album will include the singles "Hippity Hoppity", "Meningitis", "All That", "Demonetized" and "Eat, Sleep, Flex, Repeat."

Background Edit

"Eat, Sleep, Flex, Repeat" is Schmoobin's third mixtape. The cover art was inspired by Viper's 2010 album "You'll Cowards Don't Even Smoke Crack."

Singles Edit

"Hippity Hoppity" was released on August 23, 2019 as the lead single for the album. The song is one minute long but still received positive feedback from critics. The song peaked at No. 27 on the Flex Entertainment Hot 100.

"Meningitis" was released on October 6, 2019. It is a response diss track to British rapper Embee's "Bye Flexers." Lil Mosquito Disease also features on the song. It went on to become one of Schmoobin's most popular songs. It is his most streamed single on Spotify with 1.7K total plays. The song peaked at No. 44 on the Flex Entertainment Hot 100, his highest charting song as a lead artist.

"All That" was released on December 5, 2019 as the third single. It features vocals from Kid Phang.

"Demonetized" was released on January 17, 2020 as the fourth single.

"Eat, Sleep, Flex, Repeat" was released on March 19, 2020, as the fifth and final single. It features vocals from Lil Boxx.

Promotional Singles Edit

After failing "No Nut November", Schmoobin released "Fallen Soldiers" as a tribute to all the other men who failed the challenge.

Track Listing Edit

  1. "Toby's Intro"
  2. "Eat, Sleep, Flex, Repeat" (feat. Lil Boxx)
  3. "Ex Want Some Clout"
  4. "Hippity Hoppity"
  5. "Money Mystery" (feat. Big Baller B)
  6. "Demonetized"
  7. "East" (Interlude) [feat. Emerald & Yung Fiji Water]
  8. "Universal Flex"
  9. "Meningitis" (feat. Lil Mosquito Disease)
  10. "Choral on Choral"
  11. "All That" (feat. Kid Phang)
  12. "SS2/Gone"

Critical Reception Edit

The mixtape received positive reviews from critics, calling it his "best work to date." It has a 76 rating on Album of the Year from 29 reviews, becoming the 26th highest rated album of 2020. It became the fourteenth most reviewed project that week. It also has a 4.00 on Rate Your Music from 3 ratings. Brad gave it a 80/100 saying, "This is the project I have waited for from Yung Schmoobin. It’s clear he put so much more effort into this tape. It does exactly what it set out to do. It is fun, and I genuinely enjoyed it front to back." TheDankestMeme gave it a 82/100 stating that it "finally brings the promise that he has shown only in small amounts in the past." Toasterqueen12 gave the project a 90/100, telling people in the Flex Fan server that it was "phenomenal". Tracks like the title track and "All That" received the most praise from the project.

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