One crucial lesson that prime-time prankster Jamie Kennedy should've learned from Tom Green's recent hiphop flop is that when attempting rap comedy, your material needs to be funny. For Kennedy, a TV personality whose humour is largely visual, based on phony personas built on wacky costumes and makeup jobs, the move into the the hiphop realm is a serious stretch. He can't tell a joke to save his life, let alone deliver a punchline in rhyme. Producer Stu Stone (the voice of Chuckie from My Pet Monster) is slightly better with a microphone, but the writing is embarrassingly sophomoric throughout. Kennedy was lucky enough to have D-Sisive ghostwrite the track Rollin' W/ Saget, and the Full House dad makes a cameo, providing the album's lone bright spot, but even that number works much better as a video.