18 Songs, 1 Hour 17 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Mystikal proves himself to be one of the most consistently electrifying Southern rappers of the Y2K era on his fourth album. There are four Neptunes productions here, and the duo’s weightless funk gives the rapper’s riotous flow room to flex; Mystikal slices and dices his way through “Shake Ya Ass,” ad-libbing like the Dirty South James Brown. Da Brat and Petey Pablo match his intensity on the bouncy “Come See About Me,” and “Neck uv da Woods,” with Outkast, is pure Southern smoke.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Mystikal proves himself to be one of the most consistently electrifying Southern rappers of the Y2K era on his fourth album. There are four Neptunes productions here, and the duo’s weightless funk gives the rapper’s riotous flow room to flex; Mystikal slices and dices his way through “Shake Ya Ass,” ad-libbing like the Dirty South James Brown. Da Brat and Petey Pablo match his intensity on the bouncy “Come See About Me,” and “Neck uv da Woods,” with Outkast, is pure Southern smoke.

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