Between this album & Street Dreams, I had to lean with this one because I felt that it had better songs on it, but both albums are wicked. Fabolous had that cocky & confident approach to his style, and he was just a young kid doing it, but he emerged to be one of the best rappers from New York over a span of a few years. Mixtapes & albums alike, he’s been consistent as any of the rappers from his time have been, and is still relevant in this new era. But, about the album, Trade it All, Holla Back (Harlem Shake anthem #2), Right Now & Later On, AND Can’t Deny It (RIP Nate Dogg) all off of one album? SHEESH! 2001 was a good year. A lot of people may not have know that this album came out the same day as Jay-Z’s ‘The Blueprint.’ Of course it was overshadowed because of 9/11, but that was just a little nugget to take in. Enjoy.