The Dipset Capo comes back at us in grand fashion with this latest project. This new album was so much better than his recent projects in the past 5 years or so. It’s great that he went back to his roots and got the Heatmakerz to take care of a lot of the production side of things. You almost get that old, classic Diplomat sound. Jim does a great job on the mic. It was evidenced on the Diplomat album that came out last year and he keeps the train rolling on this one. He definitely sounds like classic Jim like he did on his first album On My Way To Church. The production on this album is fantastic for the most part as well. There are a few tracks that I didn’t get into as much as others. They tend to be more towards the front of the album. The end of the album is phenomenal though. There are a lot of fire tracks to finish it out. Great tracks include “NYC” which features Fat Joe, “Cocaine Dreamin” which features Ball Greazy and Dave East which has such a banging beat to it, “Cristal Occasions,” and “Mama I Made It.” Other great songs include “Sports Car” featuring Currensy and “Bread Right” featuring Trav. The far and away best track on this album has to be “To Whom It May Concern” which features Cam’ron, Benny, Conway, and Guordon Banks. The beat is classic Dipset sound and the Griselda camp helps out to absolutely murder the microphone. You can’t go wrong with that track at all. It is such a classic song. Jim definitely comes back strong with this one. I highly advise you to pick this one up.
OVERALL RATING: 4 out of 5 Cheesesteaks
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