Dancehall has had a Sean Paul-fuelled foray into the main stream recently, so who would be better for Beenie Man to collaborate with? Bossman is quite heavy in content, blurring the divide between reggae/dancehall and gangsta rap, essentially taking off where Street Life finished.
Sean Paul's influence shows him in stark contrast to his other current release with Beyonce. In fitting with the atmosphere of Bossman his lyrics and vocal style are completely altered from the upbeat summery mood of his solo releases. Lady Saw completes the line-up with what is a sensational albeit short demonstration of her lyrical flow. A flow that frankly puts the likes of Mystique and even Ms Dynamite to shame.
I wouldn't expect Bossman to enjoy the cult status of Who Am I? (sim simma/who got da keys to ma bimma?) but a respectable chart entry is the least Bossman deserves.