Perhaps it was inevitable that Rick Ross' camp would turn Stalley into a gangsta. Gone are the Cleveland rapper's honest striver anthems; now he's bagging rocks on "Free" and quoting Eazy-E's "Boyz N The Hood" for "Jackin' Chevys." To be fair, his new persona works well for him. "We just tryin' to party/ I ain't tryin' to hurt nobody/ But my n*gg* got the hammer on him like a toolkit," he warns on "One More Shot." And he still loves cars, whether he's "zoning out" or making love to his "Chevelle." The final track with De La Soul adds context to this blue-collar hustler "who don't wanna do it."