Being one of the biggest Outkast fans on the face of planet earth, maybe I'm predisposed to loving everything Andre 3000 and Big Boi related, but to me, this is the perfect G-Funk album. G-Funk became all the rage in the early 90s and this album really lives up to the name. While maybe not as gangster as the G-Funk coming out of the west coast at the time, it surely was full of funk. In fact, this may be the funkiest rap album ever. It set the footwork for what would become the greatest duo in hip-hop history. Big Boi wasn't dead weight on this album, but Dre stole the show, giving us hints to the genius that would come for the next decade after. The members of Outkast's Dungeon Family counterpart, Goodie Mob, also had some nice guest appearances throughout the album.