Meek Mills is a rapper who likes to toot his own horn. Now, you might think that describes most rappers so let me qualify that last statement by saying that he does it more than most. He is shouting his message from the rooftops loud enough for everyone to hear. He has not changed much from his debut album of a couple of years ago, Dreams and Nightmares. The energy is high and the lyrical content has to do with women, money and drugs. Not much of an evolution has happened in the meantime. I guess, if it ain’t broke he is not going to fix it. All this would be an utter bore if he wasn’t so good with the wordplay, That man knows how to construct some catchy rhymes that will have you nodding your head and smiling when you hear them. Showing his power and level of success, on the album you will hear guest appearances by Chris Brown, girlfriend Nicky Minaj, Swizz Beatz, Drake, and Rick Ross. The album is solid from front to back with no track that will have you reaching for the skip button. With his sophomore album he shows that merits being in the same conversation as Kendrick Lamar, Drake and J. Cole for the brightest young talents working today in hip hop. This is one of the more interesting albums of the year so far.