Everything that makes T.I. good isn't present here. The instrumentals on here are quite easily the worst of his career, and that doesn't bode well, considering the best part of listening to T.I. is the production that backs him. The corporate T.I. against street T.I. concept is decent, and the album follows a plot line split into three parts. The first 1/3 of the album lyrically being the dopeboy T.I., the second 1/3 of the album lyrically being the radio T.I., and the third 1/3 of the album being the conflict between the two. In my opinion, the T.I. vs. T.I.P concept is simply an excuse to make radio songs. Regardless, the entire album is shoddy.