This album finds the BNH
heading back to the groove-driven, horn-splashed, hand-clapping funk of their debut album, with N'Dea Davenport
stepping back into her role as diva/lead vocalist. Following the string of distinguished rappers who made BNH
's sophomore album a brave if not wholly successful attempt to infuse rap with the energy of live instruments, Davenport
delivers the consistency that was missing from that effort. Repeated listens show this album to be catchier than it initially seems (as long as one avoids "Fake," tone of the most irritating songs in a long time), and when the BNH
really lock into a groove, as they do on "Keep Together," the title track, and the instrumental "Snake Hips," they surely do put the funk back in it.