On his ninth studio effort, Juvenile proves his veteran status by packing a 19-track album with consistency. While some of his New Orleans ilk have strayed from the region's classic bounce sound, the lead-off title track assures us that the same old Juve is in the mix. A synth-aided drum line pushes the disc into the Auto-Tune era, while Juvenile maintains his trademark delivery throughout.
He's strongest when rapping by himself, like on New Orleans Stunna, or when sharing the mic with B.G. and Kango Slim. Things come apart somewhat when he aims for crossover R&B appeal, as on Hands On You and All Over You. But given the number of tracks, you can forgive the occasional experimental flop.
Top track: New Orleans Stunna