The Ghetto Twiinz's second album, In That Water, finds the group repeating the hardcore formula of its debut, Surrounded by Criminals. The group rhymes about crime, sex, dope, and money over funky drum loops and bass grooves. Much of In That Water is simply gangsta clichés, yet there are moments where the Ghetto Twiinz make it work, either because they have a clever rhyme or a solid hook. For gangsta junkies, it's worth digging through In That Water to find those moments, but casual fans will find the album a little too long and repetitive to be worth the effort.
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AllMusic Review by Leo Stanley