I cannot believe how underrated this CD actually iz. On this album, Wyclef showcases to the rest of the world how good he actually iz at producing material. This CD is in the same league az the amazing 'The Score', this iz shown by the wide range of music styles on this one album, they range from R&B, hiphop, Blues, reggae and of course the traditional haitian music from Wyclef's homeland. highlights of the CD include 'Street Jeopardy' with its hard-hitting lyrics entwined with the smooth chorus. also the excellent 'Tryin to Stay alive' with the remix of the original Bee gees song really gets you in the mood for a party. Having said that these are the highlights, I would be lying if I said that these were the only good songs, they are not, the whole CD is a stroke of genius that only Wyclef seems to possess. As well as the genius lyrics, Wyclef has included the who's who of modern hip hop including five time grammy award winner, Lauryn Hill, whose amazing voice is put to good use on tracks such as 'Sang Fezi' and 'Year Of The Dragon' Also, Pras makes an appearence as well as the Neville brothers and Wyclef's sister, Melkie Sedeck. This album should at least be listened to, if not bought. Go on, have a listen, you'll be astounded.