Kase One is an up and coming rapper/producer from southern California. He has a style unlike anyone else. He wrote and produced every song on his debut album 'Incredible'. It has a west coast feel, but also just a classic Hip-Hop sound. Incredible is the culmination of 4 years of work. Kase One has put his all into this album, it's an instant classic. 14 tracks strong! There are no album fillers here, no skits, no interludes, all heat. Just like he says on 'stylish' he's 'steppin' in the game with a classic debut, it's like a new Illmatic or a Reasonable Doubt 2'. The album starts off with 'Incredible' which has a middle eastern uptempo beat that is very danceable. The chorus is catchy, and the lyrics are strong. Song 2 is 'Stylish', which has a west coast, Dr. Dre feel to the beat. The lyrics are nice and braggadocios, topped off with a verse from Dezha, who is primed to be a mainstay. Song 3 is 'Automatic' with a street feel. The lyrics are a little more edgy, again with Dezha on the 3rd verse finishing off the song. Song 4, 'I am What I am' is slowed down a little bit more. This one, Kase One slows it down to 'explain a few things' to a girl-friend. On song 5, 'Hatin'', Kase One takes some time out to address the haters that he says motivate him and have him staying in the studio late at night. The beat is another one with a west coast Dre feel to it. On 'Me & You', he tells a story of a night at a club where he attempts to pick up on a beautiful girl. With an uptempo beat that will have your feet moving and a chorus that will make you want to sing along... 'Oh wow... lookin so good I wanna take you home, Oh wow... cuz it's only me and you tonight'. 'Hold My Own' is a tribute to his 'friends and family' where he states that once he takes off he will take them with him and they will have all access to everything he has. The beat is very catchy with a nice violin stringing along. 'Tough' is another motivational track, where he states 'sometimes I wanna give up, and say I had enough, but the tough get going when the going gets tough'. This beat has the piano banging out some nice melodies. On 'Money', Kase tells how evil money can be, and how bad it can feel to be broke, over a catchy melody and another up-tempo beat that will have you moving and singing along. 'I Gotcha' is another ode to the homies, where Kase talks about taking care of his friends whenever they need something over an eerie string filled beat. 'The Name' is another braggadocio filled song with an up-tempo beat. On 'This is Me' Kase One states how he makes music that he thinks is good, not trying to just do something for other people. 'Free-Stylin'' marks the return of the only guest rapper on the album, Dezha Vu. Dezha starts off the track freestylin to a beatbox beat, and Kase finishes off with class. The album finale is 'All of the Above', which is another middle eastern uptempo beat that has a danceable feel to it. In the song, Kase claims to be 'all of the above', all the good things that is. The album is strong from beginning to end, and has something for everyone. Many people have chosen different songs as their favorites, so this CD will be a mainstay in your CD changer.