The L.O.X have cemented their status as a premium east coast group and this project shows it. This mixtape keeps it gritty while staying on the lyrical side of the fence. Jadakiss, Styles P and Sheek Louch all bring their signature styles to the tracks and helps to create a great group vibe and a cohesive project.
The production is dark on most of the tracks which helps lend itself to the content of drug selling and other street level activities. There are some cheerier tracks but more are kept dark and menacing to help with the aggression from the rappers.
The lyricism is prominent and great on every track. While having so many tracks with similar contents, it can be tricky to keep up the story telling and wordplay but this group has been consistently able to re-word or re-structure to turn a regular sentence into the lyrical genius they are capable of.
The features are few but add another level of depth to the project. The features are singing features used for choruses, but without them, the mixtape would be very one dimensional so it is a good choice to put them in.
Overall, this is a good album for every member of the L.O.X and they should build up from the recent success they are having with the Trinity series.