I tend to like hip-hop acts that don't trade on street cred and thug posturing. From that perspective, it should come as no surprise that I love Pigeon John. He's unlike any other rapper you know. He's self-deprecating, funny, and can sing a decent tune as well as lay down a decent verse. He's a talented man, and this album is a nice indicator of his many talents. It's as diverse as a hip-hop album could possibly be. I love this album. It's one of my all-time favorite hip-hop records.