If you were expecting some next-level shit from Pharrell Williams on his self-produced solo debut, you're in for a huge disappointment. In My Mind starts out promisingly enough with the Gwen Stefani collabo Can I Have It Like That, but it quickly becomes apparent that the already-ancient single is the only worthwhile track on the entire album. That might explain the long delay in releasing the disc -- Pharrell couldn't come up with a decent follow-up. There's always the possibility that Kanye West, Nelly, Snoop and Jay-Z were pursuing a joint action to have the recording buried after hearing the excruciatingly lame backing tracks their vocals were dropped on. Then again, those tunes aren't quite as embarrassing as Pharrell's slow jam attempts or as hilarious as hearing him get all gangsta on the closer, Show You How To Hustle.