This album has a lot of greatness from Shotty Horroh but could actually do with some beefed up production. Shotty utilises his battling skills to make some lyrical genius and make this a joy to listen to.
The production is a good basis for Shotty to work with but does not carry its own weight. It gives plenty of room for the artist to do thier work, but would be weak on its own. It does not have a lot of its own firepower but does allow Shotty to accomplish his rhyme goals.
The lyricism is excellent and Shotty Horroh does a lot of good work here. He uses a few different techniques and flows to keep things fresh and interesting. There are no issues with what Shotty is doing here, except possibly widening his fanbase with some more radio friendly tracks.
The features do a great job of adding other points of view and fleshing out this project. Each brings a good verse that adds plenty to the track they are on. A few guests who sing or are more mainstream could have brought this more attention, however this is a very enjoyable listening experiance.
Overall, this album is very enjoyable to listen to and shows many sides of Shotty Horroh. This is a good step into the public eye of music and hopefully his success reflects his talent.