After creating an Internet buzz with the incredible song, "Eternal Sunshine," this mixtape started appearing on blogs. All of Electronica's wizardry was on full display here on what remains one of his few released projects. If it lacks anything, it's thematic unity. At times, Electronica rocks over movie scores like on the aforementioned "Eternal Sunshine," other times he does a modern update to Illmatic by rocking over Nas' "The World Is Yours," then he flips original J Dilla production in uncanny ways. But it was Jay Elec's intricate lyricism and all powerful voice that held it all together.

Although the tape didn't take the world by storm, it did help establish the New Orleans rapper who eventually turned the rap world on its head with "Exhibit C." —Insanul Ahmed