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The New York Times has a review of "Ridin High".

“Turn Up the Bump,” produced by Danja, has an angry-hornet synthesizer line and plenty of trash talk. (MJG takes aim at Chrysler-driving exaggerators, explaining, “A 300 is not a Bentley, an apartment not a house/A Geneva not a Rolex, you know what I’m talkin’ ’bout.”) Meanwhile “30 Rocks” is a marvelously tipsy-sounding ode to the nightlife, and “Relax and Take Notes” uses an old Notorious B.I.G. sample to anchor a pugnacious club track.