Last Word is sure to catch you off-guard as he spontaneously switches genres and music styles from project to project, but this just goes to highlight his irreverent and rebellious attitude towards conforming to what is expected.
As a child, he had the tendency to rebel against authority, and always felt the need to get the "Last Word".
But as an adult, he isn't merely a rebel without a cause; he's a free thinker, and is no tribalist; he believes in the freedom to create & express without restriction.
In his mind, humans are multidimensional, they don't fit into a neat little box with a bow on top, so why should their creative output?
In one song, Last Word may be laying his flaws & insecurities bare as he introspectively explores the human condition & existence.
In the next he may be summoning his more courageous ready-for-war side as he stirs a sense of adrenalised power in the listener, making them feel like they too can take on the world as he does.