Hieroglyphics member Pep Love returns to his positive roots to school the despondent on the Dolla Daily EP. Pep is still very much the versatile rhymer that he has been his whole career, and much like his solo debut, 2001's Ascension, this Dolla Daily EP has Pep Love once again bringing out his optimistic side to lay down helpful life lessons. Other times on the EP, he stresses other essentials such as the emphasis on taking fun breaks once in a while on "YOLO." "Just One," the closing song, underscores the importance of looking inward for strength so as not to depend on others for happiness. All songs considered, the predominant attitude on the album is a bright minded one. Pep Love still has great wordplay and plenty of power and resilience behind his rap verses. And with cool, relaxing beats over which to rap, there is no wonder why he is in such great spirits when he emcees. The Dolla Daily EP is a good album with lots of hopeful, constructive energy emanating from its sound waves.