4.5/5| Posted August 12, 2010
This is a better album than Kingdom People. It's better produced, better flowing, and better lyrically. Tedashii avoids the sophomore slump by providing us with a clean and crisp album that is also very Christ-centered. This time he takes on the metaphor of non-Christians feeling like they are going through an identity crisis. (Hence, the name of the album.) Throughout the music we get inspiration from Tadashii's lyrics and the confidence to go out and testify. Great beats and a wonderful flow makes this album one of the best rap albums I have heard this year.