This isn't really a Big Daddy Kane album. It's a throwback soul band that happens to include a legendary emcee in its ranks. There's only one song that would qualify as a rap song. For that reason if you're the type of person who hates r&b singing you'll hate this. It'll take more than one listen for me to form an opinion. I like Kane's rhymes/delivery on here better than some of the random appearances he made in the first decade of the 2000's. But yeah, it's going to take me a second to process this album.
Best song: Last Chance