Buckwild assembles a fantastic lineup for his new project. As legendary as Buckwild is, he can make the call and assemble the troops for a dope project. Obviously the part of this album that sticks out the most is the production side. The beats that he created on here are very dope. There are really hard drums and some clever samples that really take the beats far. These are produced at such a high level and it is definitely apparent. The bars on here are provided by some of the best MCs. You get features from Fred The Godson, Ransom, Jay Royale, Planet Asia, Flee Lord, Smif N Wessun, and many more. The standout lyrical performances are very apparent on the first track “Bronx Bars Banned” which features Axel Leon, Fred The Godson, Reef Hustle, and David Bars. All of those cats rip their verses and the beat is really dope. Jay Royale kills it on “Love Of The Streets” where a Jay-Z vocal sample is used in the beat. Little Vic shreds the mic apart on his track “Qualified.” The beat of the track “Survivor,” which features Smif N Wessun, really shows how dope Buckwild can get on the boards. This is a really strong album and pure hip hop fans will definitely rejoice with this one.
OVERALL RATING: 4 out of 5 Cheesesteaks
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