01 - Queens Get The Money (Prod. by Jay Electronica) 
02 - You Cant Stop Us Now (Feat. Eban Thomas of The Stylistics & The Last Poets) (Prod. by Salaam Remi) 
03 - Breathe (Prod. by J. Myers and Dustin Moore) 
04 - Make The World Go Round (Feat. Chris Brown & The Game) (Prod. by Cool & Dre)
05 - Hero (Feat. Keri Hilson) (Prod. by Polow The Don)[4,5]
06 - America (Prod. by Stargate)
07 - Sly Fox (Prod. by Stic.Man)
08 - Testify (Prod. by Marc Batson)[3,5]
09 - N.I.G.G.E.R. (The Slave And The Master) (Prod. by DJ Toomp)
10 - Louis Farrakhan
11 - Fried Chicken (Feat. Busta Rhymes) (Prod. by Mark Ronson)
12 - Project Roach (Feat. The Last Poets) (Prod. by Eric Hudson) 
13 - Yall My Niggas (Prod. by J. Myers) [3,5]
14 - Were Not Alone (Feat. Mykel) (Prod. by Stic.Man)
15 - Black President (Prod. by DJ Green Lantern)
Overall : 3,9/5
Like any recent Nas album the biggest problem is the beats. At times it's genius (Queens Get The Money, Sly Fox) but at times it's just plain boring. Normally Nas is great when doing concept songs but joints like "Fried Chicken" and "Project Roach" are just corny.
A few of the hooks are a bit too much as well but overall I'm feeling the productions and lyrically I think Nas is getting better and better. Making a strong political statement like "Sly Fox" is much harder than putting together a track like "Halftime".
While his albums will always be compared to Illmatic it's clear that Nas has moved forward when it comes to the content of his songs and I really like the direction he's taking. Now if we could only get some Premo beats....