Not nearly as ambitious as Black Trash: The Autobiography of Kirk Jones, Sticky Fingaz' second album also isn't quite as compelling. Off Universal and now on D3 Entertainment -- a graveyard of sorts for former major-label artists -- the MC produces the bulk of the tracks along with DSP, though wiz Scott Storch takes over for a pair of tracks, both of which are unsurprising standouts. Despite a shortage of strong material and some uninspired production work, Sticky Fingaz remains a remarkable MC, and some might be pleased that he's relying less on gruff, in-your-face shouting and more on a menacing delivery that's kept to a relatively low-key and stern dynamic. Hopefully this will lead to better things.
AllMusic Review by Andy Kellman
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