Fans have been waiting for a new Click album for several years. I guess this, the first set from its two best rappers, will have to do. E-40 and B-Legit have long gone together like peanut butter and jelly. While the former is the obvious star, the latter is no slouch on the mic. He says he’s “mad underrated”. Replace “mad” with “a tad” and I’d agree. He never alters his monotone style, but it works for him.
With that, the duo, who also happen to be cousins, have the verses on lock. They’re the best parts of the album. The worst parts have to do with the songs themselves, specifically when it comes to the breaks. Nearly every one of these songs has a dull; or in the case of Tap In, Whooped and Boy, downright annoying; hook. That’s a major aesthetic problem, along with the abundance of vapid hood beats.
my rating = 3 of 5