The album cover draws you in: Bronsolino, as Blue Chips-era Nick Nolte, looking back to his now-classic 2012 mixtape. Then there's the hype video, which combines just about everything Bronson holds dear—New York sports, the mid-90s, shady dealings involving gambling and guns.
And then you get to the tracks. There's some of the best shit of his career on here, from the bass-heavy "The Don's Cheek" to "Practice," which is vintage NYC hip-hop (with only the Allen Iverson "Practice" speech dating it past '02.) One of the most fun rappers alive: