His last few outings have been consistently good to, dare I say, great. Leaps and bounds better than the crap-fest that was Encore, and heads over heels better than the majority of rap in general. He had a few throw-away tracks on the first Relapse, which bothered me, in that he still obviously has enough talent to make every track count... but I guess that's his prerogative. Overall, both albums were well done... the second being the better of the two, in my opinion. It's nice to see him admit to his musical flaws/duds with a promise to rectify them in this particular track, which is rather catchy and more what I'd expect from a performer of his potential.