This album is an easy listening project that has a more refined feel. Both Paul White and Eric Biddines do thier jobs well and clearly have great chemistry together.
The production is smooth and silky to listen to without any raw, untempered moments. All the beats flow easily together and don’t make the songs difficult to listen to by jarring at all. Some higher tempo backings could show that the duo can work at more of a variety of speeds, but they do a great job at this tempo.
The lyricism is good and adds a lot to the imagery used in the project. The different techniques used really make the descriptive power very effectiveat bringing the listener into the songs. Possibly diversifying the flows used could make it a bit more enticing, however Eric Biddines uses his vocals effectively to make entertaining tracks.
The choice to only having one feature is good to showcase the duo’s skills together without outside interferance. The guest does do very well and fits well with thier style. Some more features could have resulted in some more interesting tracks, but this choice did work in thier favour this time.
Overall, this is an enjoyable project that is easy to swallow and has replay value. As a debut, this project does well with plenty of room for Golden Rules to grow.