For my money, it’s the peak of that Trap&B sound of that era of Atlanta, and was widescreen enough to include classic guest star turns from Pusha-T, Andre 3000, and well, Casino. It could literally be everything you wanted it to be: the pop-rap radio slammer (“Move that Dope,” “Honest”), the “I’ll step on your throat” street record (“Karate Chop,” “Shit”), the southern fried posse cut ("Benz Friendz (Whatchutola)"). Not to mention that it was one of the few records ever that was about drugs that made you *feel* like you were on drugs. This was syrup and Molly rap from the peak era of syrup and Molly. It was Future’s King Making moment, and it debuted at number two on the Billboard charts. He had done it! One of our heroes made his big pop album without selling out!