That's about all this rapper can do, stir up controversy like that cover art. Pearl necklaces? SMDH.
Looking at the new XXL Freshmen mixtape tracklisting, I noticed dude only has a freestyle and a short song that's already been released to the public. But cats who have been in and around the music game for a while knew this was going to come about. Lil' B will finally be exposed as a wack rapper with no reason to have the spotlight he currently has. He won't be able to put together a relevant song or project for sale because his publishing catalog has no value. None of the music he's been releasing is considered worthy of airplay and promotion. The song he did with Jean Grae & Phonte that was produced by 9th Wonder is easily his best song (because of the supporting cast, not him), but that won't get him tour dates nor a release date. Plus he can't detach himself from his "pretty bitch" image, because that's the true reason people looked at him in the first place.
Now we can debate all day about what his intentions are with this rap shtick he's doing. If this is a college thesis to prove that the American consumer is gullible, he should receive great accolades for it. But as a music recording artist, he has to make the people BUY the music, and he has no music worthy of purchasing. So somewhere down the line he will either have to come clean or walk away.
The illusion of Lil B will turn into the reality of Lil' B very soon, and it's a major fail in the making. Stay tuned.