Can't recommend this to fans of Tony Starks high enough. I have all his albums, and have to admit the last few haven't quite hit the spot in the same way his classic first wave of releases did. But this is absolutely first class. No pop moments or overtly R&B tinged efforts, there are still tracks that the wider hip-hop audience can enjoy like "Superstar", while the guest artists are nothing short of A-game, whether it's Busta, Meth or Jim Jones. The production is awesome throughout. Have a listen to the clips and press "buy", you won't regret it. Up there with the Fat Joe and Nas/Damian Marley albums as my Top 3 hip-hop albums of 2010, while recommended as the best Wu album since "Chamber Music" in 2009.