The beats on So Stylistic recall an era when producers weren't afraid to make up-tempo jams. The first single, an ode to female frontal wedgies they call "Cameltoe," might be the album's most comedic moment, but it's only one of many noteworthy cuts. "Hey Mami," on which electro bounce meets a Tinkertoy rendition of a stereotypical Latin melody, is a lighthearted piss-take on those oh-so-intellectual pick-up lines they hear from men on the street. "System Boomin'" is reminiscent of a time when the term "hip-house" wasn't taboo. So Stylistic is undoubtedly a chick's record through and through, and only the most cynical of women will be immune to its sassy charm. We only wish we were that hot and clever in high school. Or now, for that matter.