Label : Rap-A-Lot Records (2006)
Production : Mike Dean, Z-Ro, Enigma, Mr Lee, Bigg Tyme & Dani Kartel
1. City Streets (4,5/5)
If anyone was worried that Z-Ro would make his music softer to please the radio crowd this song proves that he hasn't changed a thing. It's still the same sad ghetto stories that people have come to expect. Dope beat too
2. Continue 2 Roll - (featuring Tanya Herron) (5/5)
Not many people can use a sample best remembered for a PM Dawn song but Ro pulls it off. This could be a good crossover single if he weren't so damn negative. My favorite from the album
3. T.H.U.G. (True Hero Under God) (3,5/5)
Not feeling this. Too slow and the chorus is boring. For some reason this was the single...
4. One Deep (4/5)
5. M16 - (featuring Trae/P.O.P.) (4/5)
Don't know who this P.O.P guy is but I'd like to hear more.
6. Remember Me - (featuring Bun-B/P.O.P.) (4,5/5)
It's not easy holding your own against Bun-B but Z-Ro isnever outshined on his own albums. This is no exception
7. Keep On (4/5)
There are few producer who are as overlooked as Mike Dean. The man has been involved in almost every Rap-A-Lot release to date and although the roster hasn't always been top notch the beats have always been satisfactory
8. What's Going On? (4/5)
9. Let The Truth Be Told - (featuring Lil' KeKe) (4/5)
Ke'Ke and Ro make a great combination as always.
10. Man Cry (4,5/5)
Making a new version of arguably the best Scarface track ever is not easy. Z-Ro pulls it off and manage to add his own element to the track.
11. No More Pain (4/5)
12. Still Livin' - (featuring Trae/Hawk) (4,5/5)
You can never go wrong with that line-up. Real solid title track
13. Homie, Lover, Friend (3,5/5)
Not really feeling it that much. It's a bit repeditive
14. Love Ain't Live (4/5)
Dope beat and Z-Ro drops some more gems.
15. Battlefield - (featuring Tanya Herron) (5/5)
Sampled the Pat Benetar song Love Is A Battlefield. Some would probably say it's corny but I'm really feeling it
Not quite as good as "Let The Truth Be Told" mostly because it seems Z-Ro is going nowhere. The beats and lyrics are the same as always and the Ja Rule-esque hooks can be a bit much at times. Still a very solid effort from one of the most slept on cats in the rap game today