Album number five finds David Banner embracing a dichotomy. The virtuosic producer/MC kicks things off on "So Long" with a call to action as he characterizes his generation as "cowards" for the persistence of black-on-black crime and a dearth of violent resistance against the police. In the process, Banner takes verbal shots at George W. Bush, Arthur J. Cooperman, and indolent rappers who call themselves "Don Dadas." But after track one, the politics take a backseat to the staples of Dirty South radio hits--money gettin', stripclub lust, strong-arm boasting, and automobile fetishes. Still, Banner does it better than most, enlisting a formidable group of guests (Snoop, Akon, Lil Wayne, UGK, and Chamillionaire, among others) to help out.