I got pretty tired of this CD quickly, which isn't that unusual for me, but I am still very disapointed. The songs Wild Wild West and Bailamos are very good, and I can still listen to them, but most of this disc is forgettable R&B and rap songs with a pop side to them. Lil' Bow Wow had his debut song on this album, which is the horrible Stick Up with Jermaine Dupri. Artists like Faith Evans, Tatyana Ali and Blackstreet make up the majority of this disc. While their songs individually may sound good, all grouped together they sound boring and repetitive. The track by Common has nowhere near the depth and thoughtfullness his later work featured, even though it does give the talented Jill Scott a time to shine. Dr.Dre and Eminem's duet is interesting, and is completely profanity free (Oh my God) but the chorus gets on your nerves so quick. If you really like R&B pop, then this would be a good buy. But if you want some catchy music, or rap with depth, do not buy this. You will be really disapointed.