The album begins with the track Imdkv, it's a short creepy sounding track. Give em Hell comes right after, The Alchemist flips a 70's sample, he talks about haters trying to go after him and how Satan can give em hell. Stay Dope is P comparing his music to a drug. Curb ya dog is about making sure you check your homies when stuff goes down. Death Sentence is a mellow song to cruise your car to featuring fellow new york native Roc Marciano. Bear Meat he gives a shout out to Havoc and Mobb Deep, and says some thugs are sweet as bear meat. Y.N.T. features Domo Genesis, this is a very slow beat, the topic matter is about the hustlers lifestyle. R.I.P. gets Raekwon of Wu-Tang clan to lay a verse down, and Mobb Deep member Havoc goes in. Dough Pildin sounds like it samples call of duty zombies, the beat is very triumphant, good horn section, the topic is about getting money, stacking cash. Confessions is a storytelling track, someone telling P he has beef and how Prodigy handles it.
Bible Paper features super producer Alchemist coming thru with his 16s, the topic is everything except bible papers. The One features upcoming new york rapper Action Bronson, this track is about them bragging about how grimey they are. Breeze is a lighter track, it's mainly over a 4 bar loop. Raw forever he talks about how life is so good right now, he can live like this forever. Say my name ends the track, he compares himself to someone who isn't in the game.
Overall this is a great album. Another solid album after putting out H.N.I.C. part one and two. Alchemist obviously did the production but could have appeared on one or two more tracks for verses. I give Prodigy & Alchemist - Albert Einstein 4 out of 5 stars.
- SIC ILL
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