The face of hip-hop is changing, but Dolla Green didn’t quite get the message. Think of your favorite rapper. Now think of that rapper’s earliest song. That’s Dolla Green. His beats are irresistible and will indeed have your head moving, but his rhymes are raw and hold little substance. It’s all been said and done. Due respect for his constant reference to the Bluegrass State, but there isn’t much to be excited about. Potential bright spot? The closer. He samples The Who’s “Behind Blue Eyes” and draws on his life experience for a track that, while deep, lacks cohesion. At best, this album is enough to prove Dolla Green could be your favorite rapper’s hype man.