I have to agree with other reviewers because when you first hear this album the beats hook you in but after a while you start to realize the truth. You realize that a man who once brought a hip hop legend to this world of music is now bringing an army of mixed players. He's got talent in Ness and Babs and I think Jody Breeze and Duke have tons of potential but Jeezy and that other guy are way below average, see I don't even remember the other guys name cause he didn't stand out. Then he's got the no talented stars that get released and you always hear their songs and videos but where's Ness at. There's no way they can call themselves NWA and get away with it because this album is nowhere near the worth of any of NWA's albums.
Duke and Jody go hard on this debut album and if anybody is wasting their time with this group it's them. Now Diddy is trying to get even more money by stretching this half way group by adding Wayne and this proves that he really is just trying to cash in on the south. The album rest on the production, which are street bangers, but to me they get old fast and Jody and Duke's back won't be able to hold this group up for long. Even with the new addition they'll only get a bigger spot on a mainstream list and a lower spot in hip hop history but who cares about talent and respect anymore. It always has and always will be about the money and Diddy is making that clear with the release of the weak Biggie Duets.