Nov 11, 2019
70
This show always had great music.
Nov 11, 2019
79
If I'm giving it this high of a rating with a J Cole feature as the lead single, you know it must really be good.
Nov 11, 2019
62
As solidly produced and sung as any of his albums, but unfortunately also just as boring and safe.
Nov 10, 2019
66
Instantly transcends Tony! Toni! Toné! and finds his own style and sound without missing a beat.
Nov 10, 2019
67
Some of his best work; if he would've just left off Victim, Boss Down and Livin My Life, it would've been perfect. They just don't fit with the rest and sound outdated.
Nov 10, 2019
64
Improvements on production and consistent bars make it a more accessible effort
Nov 10, 2019
64
Kuniva has the same problem on his solo album as a lot of the D12 or Slaughterhouse dudes, the bars are good, but the songs appeal to a very specific demographic with the production- like the Tech N9ne, Eminem crowd. Title track is the best cut.
Nov 10, 2019
69
Title track is a great build with an eclectic sound
Nov 10, 2019
68
What Kind of Sandwhich is This? is excellent.
Nov 10, 2019
73
Flyin Thru Sunrise is the stand out, but the whole vibe is a good listen.
Nov 10, 2019
72
Its risky for a goofy and aloof musician to go serious and attempt to impart something new on a very saturated genre; Too Late for U and M1, How U Make Me Feel, Come Thru for U & U all succeed in giving him solid footing, proving that when he's actually trying, he can craft some seriously dope deep house.
Nov 10, 2019
87
The album that really makes you do a double take, impressive bars and superb production laid the foundation for them as one of the best duos ever. Who's Gonna Take the Weight?, Step In The Arena, Just To Get A Rep are stand out singles, and Here Today Gone Tomorrow, Take a Rest and Meaning of A Name are also great.
Nov 10, 2019
76
They waited too long after their last album, which was one of their strongest, and the result feels slightly off, compared. Skillz, Deadly Habits, Zonin, Eulogy nad a bunch of others are still great though.
Nov 10, 2019
89
Best record for sure. Moment of Truth, You Know My Steez, Work, Above the Clouds, JFK 2 LAX, What I'm Here 4, She Knowz What She wantz, and more.
Nov 9, 2019
82
Mass Appeal is hands down their best on here, Tonz o Gunz is extremely relevant, though. F.A.L.A., Now You're Mine, and a few others are good.
Nov 9, 2019
87
The record where they really came into their own, DJ Premier perfected the production sound Guru needed. Take it Personal and 2 deep are their best tracks on here, Ex-Girl To Next Girl & Much To Much are also good.
Nov 9, 2019
59
Only complaint is that "grande" doesn't sound like it fits anywhere on this album. Shoulda left that shit off for sure.
Nov 9, 2019
58
Disappointing
Nov 9, 2019
60
Wish Bone's lowkey always had some dope flows but was overshadowed by others, and as a result has no solo tapes aside from this by both of them. Lucky for him Krayzie always curates a tight collection of production. Unfortunately it's only for half the tape, the rest is a sampler of other artists on their label.

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