This is just one of those really consistent albums that artists rarely create anymore. However, I haven't found a classic here, and after quite a few listens, I'm still struggling to see enough differentiation from song to song. About halfway through it possibly begins being a bit more jazzy, and more my thing, but it would have been better off being a few songs shorter. Nevertheless, nothing comes close to being filler, with 15 solid-great boom-bap cuts being present.
Best Tracks: Bucktown, Shinin...... Next Shit, Cession at da Doghillee, Hellucination, Let's Git It On, P.N.C.