0. The Fool (King Louie)—carefree (sometimes, perhaps, too carefree), eager, with an optimistic view of the world and a complete absence of fear; the personification of the child within.
II. The Priestess (Sasha Go Hard)—skilled and insightful, yet subtle; in tune with the world of dreams and the subconscious.
V. The Hierophant (Tree)—the high priest, or wise teacher; full of esoteric and occult knowledge, but also possesses real life experience; represents the culmination of human development.
VII. The Chariot (Lil Durk)—represents the struggles one must overcome with oneself and with life, with the promise that with diligence and perseverance all obstacles can be overcome. The chariot is drawn by wild creatures that represent our will, which we must strive to control.
VIII. Adjustment (Katie Got Bandz)—also known as Justice, the supreme judge; represents the balance of good and evil, as well as karma and retribution.
XIII. Death (Chief Keef)—the most feared card in the deck, although not necessarily negative; signifies a major life change, or an ending leading to a new beginning.
XV. The Devil (Fredo Santana)—often misunderstood and feared, but not necessarily an evil being; the personification of the animal, instinctual parts of humanity.
XX. The Aeon (Lil Reese)—sometimes known as Last Judgment or Atonement; forces us to acknowledge that our actions create a chain of cause and effect for which we are solely responsible. Represents self-judgment and, ultimately, forgiveness.