NEW YORK - MAY 06:  Recording group The Pack's member Lil B arrives at Chris Brown's Birthday Bash at Avalon May 06, 2007 in
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Lil B isn't prolific—cockroaches' mating habits are prolific. The Bay Area rapper is an indefatigable monster, releasing full albums quicker than you can read this sentence. Last weekend, the rapper released an 848-song, 5GB compilation of his past work, including older material and newer exclusives, that stands as his largest release to date. You are not going to listen to every song. I am not going to listen to every song. But a quick look at the track listing (via Fader) reveals much about 22-year-old Brandon McCartney.

Number of songs with “based” in title: 785

Number of songs with “basedgod” in title: 16 (Best title: “Neon Legend Basedgod”)

Number of songs with “music” in title: 3

Number of songs with “b*tches” in title: 49

Number of songs with “sex” in title: 7

Number of songs involving oral copulation: 11, including “Rare #suck my d**k based freestyle”

Number of things Lil B is, according to titles: 5 (“A lion,” “Based,” The Beast,” “The Dope” “The Ocean”)

Number of things Lil B will “drop,” according to titles: 4 (“It,” “That azz,” “That bass,” “That p**sy”)

Number of existential questions as titles: 3 (“Am I a Rapper Anymore?” “Was I Human?” “Who is Really Based?”)

Number of things Lil B doesn't know the location of: 4 (“Where’s My Bitch,” “Where’s My Keys,” “Where’s Samantha” “Where Da Trees”)

Number of outdated tech references: 3 (“God of MySpace,” “MySpace Dope,” “MySpace Page Promo”)

Number of songs involving robots: 2 (“Robotron,” “Robots Forever”)

Number of songs using Lil B’s real name: 2 (“Sexy Brandon,” “Letter to Brandon”) 

Number of songs that sound like a dirty song from a 1950s sock hop: 1 (“That’s a Boppin B*tch”)

Number of political endorsements: 1 (“Voting for Obama”)

Number of celebrities used as song titles: 4 (“Kobe Bryant,” “Hannah Montana,” “Jay-Z” “Jim Carrey”) 

Number of song titles better than your favorite rapper’s: 5 (“I Am A Bird Now,“ “I’m Just A Scarecrow,” “Cyber P**sy,” “Goon to a Goblin” “Sherbert Flerbert”)