Canada's best hip-hop producer takes center stage, offering up a small compilation of his solo work on one of the hottest 12" records of 2000. Leading off is the first single, "Husslin'," a distinctive tune with a catchy chorus and a powerful horn sample. Similarly impressive is the humorous "U R Ghetto When" -- an urban take on comedian Jeff Foxworthy's famous redneck routine -- that combines clever lyrics with a playful track. With just a handful of songs such as "And What?" and "Mic T.H.U.G.S.," Husslin' offers just a peek of the best that Canadian hip-hop has to offer.
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AllMusic Review by Jon Azpiri