This has a strong '90s feel, that is a positive aspect of the album, with some beats feeling like ones I've heard before, but too much of it comes and goes with some of the topics not being interesting. It's extremely non-offensive hip hop sonically and lyrically in that anyone into boom bap and classic rap will enjoy spinning this, but there is nothing I'll be going back to here for a higher rating. It's another case in hip hop of posthumous critical elevation.
Best Tracks: Only a Coward, Nutshell Pt. 2, Dear Dilla [Reprise]