Rip Slyme – Good Times Review

Good Times is the companion to Bad Times. It’s Rip Slyme’s Best of Album, basically covering their entire career. The change in their sound has never been that drastic and they continue to make hip-hop that is both pop-friendly and interesting.

The album is all their recognizable songs, so it’s impossible to really go wrong. While some of their tracks are not as strong, personally I feel that some of their newer songs are not as addictive, the thirty-two tracks have enough content to keep you busy for some time to come.

It’s one of the best “best of” albums I’ve ever heard because rather than just feature twelve to fifteen of their biggest songs, it covers a whole lot more.