The album starts out with the King Push intro, which is an amazing cluster of bars that sets the chip on the shoulder tone for the album. MNIMN is laced with dope punchlines and imagery, not to mention an array of features, including 2 Chainz, Kelly Rowland, Kendrick Lamar, Big Sean and more.
Breakout tracks are the intro 'King Push' and '40 Acres.' Both showing lyrical imagery that only Pusha T can provide in his own harsh, yet lucid delivery.
This 12 song album is a good one. Pusha delivers again, using his strong points of imagery and symbolism to take the listener on a ride through the hood, the pain and even disappointment as heard in the final track S.N.I.T.C.H. Although the album may never get the acclaim of classic, its definitely worth a few weeks of heavy rotation.