Prodigy is in a pleasant mood for someone just released from prison after three years. He brags about networking with millionaires and stunting on the red carpet on "Award Show Life," and lavishing his woman with attention on "Pretty Thug" and "Let Me Show You." He also reunites with longtime producer the Alchemist for the excellent "Live," and the Young L-produced "Get Money" is a punchy electro-rap. Mostly solid, H.N.I.C. 3 has a few off moments: Prodigy flips Illuminati metaphors Rick Ross-style on the weird "Skull & Bones," and his collabs with Esther are weak.