This is the first Lox album since 2000. The Trininty set was EPs and a mixtape. Perhaps Filthy America should’ve been another one. The album, which would time in at a mere thirty-something minutes if not for two skip-worthy interludes, sounds more like a mixtape than the long-awaited follow-up to We Are The Streets. Ryde Or Die Bitch remains my favorite Lox song. Nothing here comes close, though The Agreement, which has a similar concept, is a notable highlight.
my rating : 3 of 5