Posted September 09, 2007
KJ produced this himself and makes it clear that he put more into this album than he ever has before. Lyrically and musically, it's his most mature album yet. He hits some very serious issues, blatantly praises God, and of course mixes in the silly songs that have brought him success. There is no stupid filler stuff (nonmusic). There is of course some mediocre songs the album could have done without, but with 19 songs, you can't go wrong. Couple songs that rock with guests from Disciple and Emery, both very good.
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