"Lyrically I'm the illest, but my beats is OK". Canibus' words on RTJ about his previous works are very true. Fortunatly, on this album, almost every song is masterful, and those that aren't are merely incredible. That's because this time the beats are done by Stoupe, the Enemy of Mankind, of Jedi Mind Tricks fame, a producer that spreads the breadth and depth of hip hop farther than anyone else. Unlike many producers, who create 10 second track and loop it, Stoupes beats are dynamic, making it more like a compostiion that's rapped over rather than a "beat". "Levitibus" uses a gypsy sounding beat with a sultry woman wailing in the background. "No Return" combines a Jewish him with reggae music, and the hook is entirley in Hebrew. "Showtime at the gallows" and "Indibisible" both use terrific spanish style beats, with the hooks in spanish. "Psyche Evaluation", in my oppinion, the best of the album, uses a frighteningly dark orchestral arrangement, coupled with vocal samples of Portishead. "Cemantics" and "Poet Laureate" quick paced songs that make you want to break things. Be warned, this is not for the crowd that likes Nelly, P. Diddy, and Ja Rule. This is easily the best hiphop release of the year, at least until "Visions if Ghandi" drops on Aug. 26.