This is a lengthy effort including appearances by Fiend, C-Murder, Mr. Serv On, and several others. Big Ed brings a bit more lyrical ability than most of the No Limit artists, but with the same hardcore in your face fast-paced delivery that's become their trademark. Although leaving No Limit for this album, it's pretty hard to tell. The same production style, rapping delivery, guest artists, and overall sound all add up to much of the same thing. This is a solid album, with differing sounds and stories throughout. If you're a fan of No Limit, this album won't disappoint. If you were expecting a change in Big Ed with his new label, you're not going to find it here.
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AllMusic Review by Brad Mills