This is one of the coldest albums of 1991. When Quik released "Born & Rasied In Compton" in Dec. '90, everybody was bumping that song. Then he came with "Tonite" and he blew everyone away with it. Even though BET didn't play any of Quik's videos until '98 (the only played Hand & Hand, etc.), the video for "Tonite" was in the top ten on the then Juke Box (now, "The Box") for several months. That video was the bomb. But he didn't stop there, he dropped "Quik Is The Name" video sporting a "2nd II None"-logo Swap Meet black baseball cap and Playa Hamm of PPC, 2nd II None, and AMG made cameos in this video. It's the bomb. Anyway, this entire album is tight and you'll never stop playing it. His scratching on this album is unbelievable. He's the tightest West Coast producer ever, not Dr. Dre. If you beg to differ, buy this album and you'll be amazed.