Crude or Profane Language
Drug and Alcohol Content
Other Negative Elements
Alcohol flows heavily on several tracks in the form of Jim Beam, beer, wine, cognac, champagne and whiskey. On "Who’s Your Uncle?" the rapper even boasts of drinking shots with God. Raw, occasionally blasphemous language includes countless f-words. "Yeah, Yeah, Yeah" rants, "You can tell the whole world they can kiss my a--!" Sexual slang and lewd behavior range from oral sex ("Heaven") to lines such as, "Somebody take me home/I wanna live in lust" ("What’chu Looking At").
"Follow Me" finds the artist propositioning a married woman ("I’m not worried ’bout the ring you wear/’Cause as long as no one knows then nobody can care"). There are also macho asides about snorting cocaine, beating up girlfriends, leering at "topless maids" and wanton materialism.
This one-man Kid Rock protégé (born Matt Shafer) follows in the obscene footsteps of his middle finger-flipping mentor. No teen should own Double Wide. It’s just another angry, profane disc spread thick with streetwise bluster and pretension. A stale Kracker.