Before its release, I assumed Almighty So would be a more polished project than last month's sloppy Bang 2 tape. Thankfully, it is—but not by much. The beginning of the tape is rough, a collection of fairly forgettable retreads of Keef's more straightforward, pre-Finally Rich output. Mid-way through, with "Blew My High," things get interesting; on their own, the last three tracks make the tape worthwhile. Still, there's a glaring lack of hits here, with nothing as sticky as any of the Finally Rich singles or even "Macaroni Time." It's starting to seem like Keef's not interested in making them anymore. The chorus of "Self" pretty much says it all: They want the old Sosa, for what though?
Highlights: The beat of "Blew My High," which is like a Zaytoven production tossed into spin cycle. Keef's yelping impression of Future's "Honest" falsetto on "I Kno." The sparkly almost-romance of "Baby What's Wrong With You."
WTF: There's something inexplicably hilarious about the way Keef repeats "nice, nice" on, well, "Nice."