Slum Village has been one of the most important hip-hop acts in the Midwest for a time now. A look through their past members include the likes of J Dilla, Elzhi, and Illa J, but T3 and producer Young RJ still can hold their own, as exemplified on this new record of theirs. Featuring nine out of twelve songs on the record with J Dilla production, the album sounds very much like their early days and is pretty nostalgic in that regard. Add in some excellent guest appearances from the likes of De La Soul, Phife Dawg, Black Milk, Bilal, and Illa J, and you've got yourself a recipe for success. The standout tracks on the record, at least for me, include "Tear It Down", "Push It Along", "Right Back", "We On The Go!!!", and "Where We Come From". That being said, no song on here is in any way bad, and it is incredibly easy to listen and re-listen to. In all, this album is a great throwback to the hip-hop of the late 90's, and yet another great hip-hop record this year has to offer.