Members of Parental Advisory have been notable producers in the South since the early '90s, but rarely have they kicked it on the microphone to their tracks. They appear on every track of this release and prove they aren't slouches in the lyrical department either, demonstrating they can hold down from both ends like so few people have been able to do over the years, putting themselves in the same producer/MC category as Mobb Deep, Pete Rock, or Diamond D. The thing about this album that really stands out is the wide range of topics and styles covered throughout. From the bouncy and inspiring "They Come Thru" to the gangsta vibe of "My Life, Your Entertainment" to the melodramatic "My Time 2 Go" over to the slow heavy rock sounds of "Playaz Do" and, of course, the chillin-out funky rollin in the car track "Sundown" with featured artist Eightball. Any fan of the Dirty South should definitely pick up this album, there are just too many good songs to pass up. Overall it's a complete album, with tons of guest appearances and great replay value.
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AllMusic Review by Brad Mills