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  • Summary: The seventh studio album by the English producer and rapper was written, produced, and mastered entirely by Wiley.
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  1. Jun 30, 2011
    Wiley may be a little further along the grime road than when he started with It's Not Me It's You, but he continues to keep the genre travelling at an impressively quick speed.
  2. Jun 30, 2011
    The album is a fine document of why Wiley was, is, and will continue to be such a cornerstone of the grime scene.
  3. Jul 1, 2011
    It might be hasty to applaud a return to form for an artist who's spent the past few years coming to terms with what that form's supposed to even mean. But it's still great to hear what Wiley can do when left to his own devices.
  4. It doesn't always hit the spot, but at least he's firing at more interesting targets than the usual renta-rapper.
  5. Aug 26, 2011
    Stuck in his salad days, the problem isn't so much what Wiley is doing, it's what everyone else has done in the interim.
  6. Aug 5, 2011
    I would love to hear what 100% Publishing would sound like coming from an artist completely oblivious to commercial label politics and public pressure. There would be a little less bitter posturing, and a lot more being Wiley.
  7. 40
    Away from his favourite theme, Wiley struggles to bring interest or insight to his workaday observations, and while many of his grimey "eskibeat" grooves have an infectious, spartan quality about them, it's likely that in future they'll be more profitably employed behind other wordsmiths.

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