This is by far one of NO LIMIT RECORDS best album if you were or are into master p style raps and beats this is a must have... By far my favorite album still to today......... other No Limit must haves are Soulja Slim's Give it to Em' Raw and Fiend's Theres One in Every Family........
Now I'm not exactly the world's biggest No Limit fan, but I must admit this album is well above the average hiphop album. Kane and Abel both have identical flows. Very original album. Just them both being twins with supreme flows makes this ablum original enough. I heard somewhere that this album almost went platinum. I would have to say this is the best No Limit album to date.... and I'm sure nothing coming from No Limit will ever top this. This has got to be one of the top 15 hiphop albums of 97. What is so unique about this lp is that is attracts all sides of hiphop fans. Hip Hop junkies will feel this as well as TRL 106 Park watchers. Not too many artist can pull that off. I heard that Kane and Abel have their own label called Most Wanted Records, but I have heard both the albums they dropped from thier label is straight garbage. The beats by the pound show off their pinnacle of work on this album. Very well put together. If you dont this album I would urge you to pick it up.
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Kane and Abel come back again with their second LP on No Limit Records. This is the best cd they have put out after all the horrible music they put out after leaving No Limit. This album was produced by Beats by The Pound(Now as the Medicine Men). Kane and Abel rap about the only thing they know, crime, sex, violence, ghetto, and drugs. They use old elements from other songs like on "Time After Time" and "Solider Story". This album has too much bland music and they don't ever change their formula, with too many cameo apperances from below average rappers makes this LP boring. You can't tell whos Kane and whos Abel. Don't get me wrong the twinz can rhyme and they are one of the best on the tank. But with too many tracks, too many cameo apperances, and familiar formulas makes this album seem like a No Limit Compilation than a KAne and Abel cd. I would pick this up cause it does have good tracks but think to yourself, how much of the same formula can No Limit keep puting out for consumers to digest