It's like Chris Rock says, hiphop is getting harder to defend. Atlanta rapper Lil Scrappy's a perfect example. The Lil Jon/50 Cent protege's super-cocky, but there's nothing to back this attitude up. Scrappy's predictable rhymes about the usual subjects aren't redeemed by any imaginative flows or turns of phrase. He's dull even by G-Unit standards. Generally, the production's a'ight, but there's a rip-off of Rick Ross's Hustlin' blueprint (Money In The Bank) and some Kanye-circa-03 Chipmunks soul (Baby Daddy), making it sound that much more redundant. Also, don't play this disc on a computer -- instead of playing the songs, it goes to a Flash program for the Money In The Bank game that lets you you toggle Lil Scrappy from side to side to make him catch falling dollar bills. Come to think of it, it's one of the best tracks on the album.