MOP's longtime production guru, DJ Premier, appears on about a third of the tracks and makes his presence felt on all of them; of these the most notable are Face Off, and On The Front Line. Underground beat wizard DR Period puts in work on two songs, one of these is the energetic first single Ante Up. Unfortunately, Ante Up is plagued by an annoying Funkmaster Flex intro, but this portion can easily be fast-forwarded. Surprisingly, MOP made two of the best songs themselves, Welcome To Brownsville with Teflon, and sure shot mixtape favorite G-Building.
Once again MOP has successfully made an album that sounds great.