The fact he had advanced flow and lyrics for his time was really something. This is his only work where the whole thing is really good. everything else is hit and miss. the beats on this leave a litte to be desired though.
this makes Paid In Full whimper and cry for mercy. Big Daddy Kane is aided by the sparse production of Marley Marl, the humorous rhymes of Biz Markie, and Mister Cee's track. Other than "The Day You're Mine", a song that can be completely ignored, this album is completely classic. It also helps that Big Daddy Kane is one of the best rap lyricists out there.