The follow up to their '98 eponymous-and-now-impossible-to-get-hold-of debut album, and it doesnt disappoint..
More rap orientated than their previous offerings, more Superbowl Sunday than Como Ves, but that doesnt stop it being anything short of fantastic. They've grown up a bit, the sound being more sophisticated, while still retaining the raw energy of their music.
Chali 2na's continued n his way with Jurassic 5, but new MC Kanetic makes the band his own.. Theres plenty of guest vocals too, including the mighty De La Soul on "1234"
However, nothing can quite capture the spirit of Ozo as a live show can, so buy this by all means, but get yr arse along to see them when they get here next :)