Well, almost anything: His crusade against the record industry -- which continues here on songs like "Slippin'" -- probably won't help land him on a major anytime soon. But he has found a compatible producer in underground hero 9th Wonder, whose knack for understated soul-sampling is reminiscent of Primo in his prime. Save for the odd modern reference (and the persistent, annoying electro-snares), these could be recordings from the early '90s, which benefits Buckshot's classic old-school style. "Hip-hop might fade out/Or be played out," he muses at one point, "I stay on route." From the sound of things, the road is finally rising to meet him again.