Masta Ace's best work in my opinion. In terms of certain themes on this album I can relate to is definitely "Jeep Ass Niguh" and "Late Model Sedan" the latter being my favorite song on the album. For an album released in 1993, I believe this was where "Real Hip-Hop" rhetoric started to beat down Hip-Hop that was more commercial and not rugged enough. Way before Hopsin was doing that shit and countless others you had Masta Ace doing it in a way I find extremely executed well. I'm not about that "Real Hip-Hop" shit but I appreciate the title track a lot for the audacity to do that. Every fuckin beat on here are Jeep Beats, harsh bass lines, hard ass drums, repetitive and loud. It's probably the defining sound if you want to know what 1993 Hip-Hop was all about on the East Coast at least. I'm not sure if this is true but I'm going to say it anyway, back in the day when Masta Ace performed the track "Slaughtahouse" live, the crowd would get more hype to the first section of the song (the West Coast sounding section) as opposed to the East Coast sounding second section. Do you know how awkward that should have been for Ace if this actually happened, damn son lol. With most Masta Ace albums there is a loosely tied in concept to the album that's not explained blatantly on the songs but in an interview when Ace was talking about putting this album together, it's an old interview somewhere on YouTube, but it's vaguely about Masta Ace trying to go after the things he felt were fucking up the music industry and black community, if I remember correctly. Dopest shit ever, oh yeah, one of my favorite album covers of all time as well, straight up non gentrified, gritty Brooklyn New York shit.