Philly-based Roc-A-Fella upstarts the Young Gunz are two out of a handful of rappers officially licensed to imitate their boss Jay-Z's flows. The only thing most people know about YG is that they're down with the Jiggaman, as he guested on their one hit, Can't Stop, Won't Stop, and they appeared on his weakest album, The Blueprint 2. Since he's Def Jam's prez now, this disc finds Jay-Z serving as sole executive producer. It was probably his call to re-brand the group in Adidas shelltoes to suggest the Gunz are Def Jam classic. As are the buffed-up old-school breaks. It's still predictable, full of mildly diverting rhymes about getting money, girls and what's surely the kiss of death for any rap record - a Memphis Bleek cameo. Unlike Run's stuff (their latest album excluded), this is disposable, and what's more, the Clipse made one like this two years ago that was still 100 times mo' fresha.