Sean Paul and J-Bo -- YoungBloodZ, not to be confused with 60s folk rockers the Youngbloods -- seem hell-bent on a breakthrough with their third record. That's what the synth and rhythm track stars on this album (Scott Storch, Lil Jon, Mannie Fresh, Jazze Pha) implies. The reliable producers bring that sweet, syrupy Georgia electro-fire, G-Unit Southerner Young Buck assisting over horns clipped and flipped from the Mission Impossible theme. As for subject matter, YoungBloodZ rhyme about how they live (Presidential), what they do (Chop Chop) and what it looks like (Diamond Rings). Rims, girls and their aversion to haters are also discussed. But what really sinks the crunkship is It's Good, featuring T-Boz, an R&B'd-up version of Ying Yang Twins' The Whisper Song (same beat, same producer). By now, another version of that trendy track is as unnecessary as the contraction in this album's title.