Wiley has really delivered the goods with this album. After dropping five mixtapes, and an underground album in one year, he still has the ammo to release this great offering, plus three more mixtapes coming in the immediate future. Wiley is on fire. Wiley is grime. Get this album, you won't regret it.
Nevermind that first reviewer, he's one of those guys thats listened to every Wiley outtake, and has become apathetic due to an overload of material.
Lets be honest, who really has all the mixtapes that the prolific Wiley releases every other month! This is a chance for the general music fan to get the best bits from the mixtapes (remastered and structured) and some amazing new tunes. There is even one track My Mistakes in circulation that is going to make the final album according to rapnews.co.uk. Wiley invented grime, he is one of the most influential artists this country has, its commercial without compromise (unlike dizzee),Wiley is blatant and in your face and a genuinly exciting artist, this album is immense. Aswell as the banging club tracks there are 3 slower ones called Baby Girl, Letter to Dizzee and Nothing About Me which show a more laid back and thoughful man who is growing up, lets hope he doesn't retire as we will miss him. Its some of the most highly evolved music to come out of the UK. Olly Wright should keep the faith and see the bigger picture. This is the "Run Come Save Me" of Grime music, a proper album that shows lots of emotions...
After disappearing from the scene for a to focus on his baby, Wiley put together an excellent album. As its now been released, its a collection of quality tunes, from the hard bass hit of 'Bow E3', the delightfully sampled 'Gangsterz' to the utterly commercial 'Eskiboy'.
If you like Grime music in general, or like Kano and Dizzee's stuff this is definately something to support. JME even features on the album if you are a fan of him.