After the complete meltdown of the Hillside Scramblers LP, U-God came back from what many artist wouldn't even consider doing, and that is putting out a solo joint. Has it paid-off, maybe or maybe not, but for many Wu-Tangers out there, dont be expecting any production work from the RZA, because it doesn't contain the sound that we have all been acustomed to. Despite the lack of familiarity, dont let that put you off, because it is a solid release with some high energy, head bumping beats. U-God in my mind has always been underrated, but on this LP you can see some appreciation for his work on the rather ammusing skit "U-God speaking to Don King". The album also shares some emotions with cuts like "Drugs" and "Jenny". U-God also displays the gangsta rap side of himself on cuts like "Get Down" and with his superficial styles of "Go Get Pretty Like Me" shows U-God has to show a little swagger. May not be U-God's finest work put on display, but it does have enough material to overlook the weaker cuts on this particular LP.