B.F.T.N by far is one of the best albums you'll hear this year. Packed with 17 charged & creative tracks, Suppa unleashes his furious attack with the lead single "Flow Game" giving you what you want, followed by the street anthem "Street Cats." Then he proceeds to smack wack m.c's upside their domes with the witty tongue teasing STR-1. You can notice his Crooklyn influence coupled with his Philly tenacity as he pleads with the streets to take it back to the blocks in "B.T.T.B."
In an age were lyrics are held to such low standards, Suppa takes it the extra mile in "Boxx You," where he displays why he should be considered one of the best in the game. Switching up styles like you would your draws in the club bang-ga "Baby Don't" Sup explains to a carniverous female why she just shouldn't. Another interesting track is "Gangsta's Life" where San gives you a brief look into his past and elaborates on why it's such a gangsta's life. All in all the formally mentioned tracks are certified head snappers with production from Notes, one of the lead producers of B.R.K.O productions.
This is a great album from beginning to end, and from the bottom to the top. Other tracks you should check out are "Let's Get It" and the bold statement to haters everywhere "F#ck Ya." The truth is there are many tracks on this title, Break From The Norm, that are not mentioned and are certified hits that could become your favorites. A must have, but don't take my word for it check it out for yourself.