Rolls on the cover? Check. Faux mafia dialogue on the intro? Check. Songs about ninas, money and bitches? Check, check and check. Birdman may be a five-star stunna, but he has a unique rap style that is not for everyone, and though the beats have a certain amateurish charm, they are occasionally plodding and generic. Lil Wayne pays tribute to his "daddy" and shows up on six tracks. When he's on the mic, the album shines.