At Rah Digga's best, ripping lines on her single "Tight" or showering you with disrespect on "Straight Spittin', Part II," she recalls a youngMC Lyte--before her lipstick and rouge phase--a street-smart tomboy with the right blend of talent and attitude … see full wiki
Now I have heard a lot of people say that Rah Digga has sick lyrics but the production is all wrong so let me explain. If you're a mainstream commercial rap head then yes I guess to you the production would be terrible but if you know true hip hop then you give this album and it's production the respect it deserves. First if you don't know Digga's style that well you buy this thinking it will be commercial from the songs she released like Break Fool but it's not even close to commercial. The beats are hot but they also are the type of beats that make the artist step up their flow to that next level and Digga uses this perfectly. She to me was the top female artist when this album came out and she is way better than most of the guys. She does everything from telling stories to sick punchlines, which makes this a classic. Now one thing a lot of people always want to know is if the album is in your stereo system is the bass on point. Yes these beats might even break your speakers and it will most likely disturb every neighbor on your block.