This extended play is a great throwback to the G Funk days that ruled the West Coast. Warren G brings back the smooth production and an old friend to create a short and cohesive project with a lot of replay value.
The production is fantastic and is perfectly recreating the old days of West Coast Hip Hop. Warren G has got beats that are laid back while also having hints of whatever the tracks need, whether it be aggression of party vibes. With so few tracks, it can be eblieved he did all he could with beat selection.
The lyricism is good and adds to the imagery. With his relaxed delivery, Warren G makes a comfortable, easy listening vibe that makes his music easy to enjoy. A few moments of a higher level of wordplay could bring in a wider audiance, however Warren G is known for his producing rather than his rapping.
The features are great and really help to flesh out the EP. The addition of Nate Dogg really makes the connection to the previous Regulate record to make this hit harder with the listener. There are no issues with the guest selection as there is a good balance of singing to rapping.
Overall, this is a very enjoyable and entertaining EP that is cohesive to listen to. Warren G has done G Funk proud with another stunning project.