As you might guess from the guest line-up, this album truly cuts a wide swath of sounds, and personally, that's what I love about it so much. You start out with the straight out hip hop of Peedi Crakk laying down rhymes on Let's Go, but almost immediately with the next track, Tonite, things smooth out with Musiq Soulchild grooving a little more suave like, making his home city of Philly proud. From there you travel to the more polished dance floor stylings of Daniel Bedingfield with If Our Love Was A Song. Etc., etc., etc.... Yea, Scratch switches up gears constantly here, yea it still flows seamlessly, and throughout it all you'll find traces of the skills he's known for, his masterful scratching and beatboxing. Below you'll find three cuts, all sporting a different flavor, to show the diversity the album flaunts.
Scratch - Let's Go (feat. Peedi Crakk): Loss 4 Wordz
Scratch - Tonite (feat. Musiq Soulchild): Loss 4 Wordz
Scratch - The Man (feat. Terri Walker & Estelle): Loss 4 Wordz