This has to be the DLSvSP release with the most hitters on there. Every single track is filled with creative beatmaking, phenomenal spoken-word poetry and a clear voice to channel ideas. This is hip-hop in the purest form. It isn't about bitches and money, but about creative development.
The last DLSvSP record before they parted ways, and thank god I was there on the final tour in a sweaty hiphop bar, to bounce along the darkest tracks they've made so far. Very personal, very bitter and angry. I like.