Out of all the Wu-Tang members, we should know by now that RZA is one of the most creative one in the collective group. Maybe because that's why he created his Bobby Digital alter-ego to mix underground hip-hop with a little bit of comic book pimpology and street science.
"Show U Love" is the track that starts off this album. This track rocks with the same crafted beats from Ghostface's "We Made It". Things get different with the Wu-Tang all star collabo of "Glocko Pop". It has a western-like sound and RZA, Meth, Masta Killa & Streetlife bring it with their tightest verses to date.
The main track that will catch your attention is "Must Be Bobby" as it has some tight production by Mathematics and RZA's verses really pierce like bullets on this track. The album also brings it with another element : sequels, two in fact. RZA goes from visting the dysfunctional "Domestic Violence pt. 2" (this time with a little help from Goodie Mob's Big Gipp) to letting ODB go solo on the deranged "Black Widow pt. 2".
Showing how he can keep things moving, RZA shows us the best from The Wu-Tang Killa Bees like "Do U" where GZA & Prodical Son come with some ill verses to how Meth, Killa Sin and Beretta 9 come correct on the salsa-flavored " La Rhumba" to how RZA gets down with the Black Knights on "Throw Your Flag Up"and weeps through the slow-tempo sounds of "Build Strong".
Okay, I have to admit while this album has it's strong side by having some tight Wu-Bangers, it's not enough to resurrect Shaolin's Finest but it does do a good job. It keeps the Wu's voices alive and it gives you hope that they will return strong.