Okay, let's be honest. Their debut album was lackluster at best. Two songs were banging. The rest: not so much. But their sophomore effort was truly splendid. Lauryn and Wyclef came strapped with the rhymes. Pras was Pras. Oh, this album also introduced the up-and-coming hip-hop cohorts, Da Outsidaz. And the production credit goes to Diamond D, Salaam Remi, and Clef & Jerry Wonder. The singles were well chosen too. My mother and I could sing Lauryn's cover of Roberta Flack's "Killing Me Softly." This album also boasts one of the funniest skits ever recorded. You won't be disappointed.