How am I really the only one who's rated this?! The album's great -- a perfect blend of social commentary with personal reflection. Beats are provided mainly by the Doomtree peeps (you know, Lazerbeak, Paper Tiger, MK Larada, the usual suspects) and each emcee from Doomtree shows up at one point or another. Do yourself a favor -- if you're looking for some unique hip hop at least check out some songs on YouTube. Highlights include 15 Blocks, So It Goes, May 1st, Key Grip (Fax) and Spinal Tap (hidden track). His flow might take a few minutes to get used to, but let this album sink in and it might not leave your ears for weeks.