Dartmouth's Thrillah Kane opts not to play around with his follow up to Thrillville. With a greater focus on a more party-friendly club sound, Kane still attacks a verse like it's his job. Whether backed by icy cool synths or heavy floor-shaking beats, Thrillah sounds equally comfortable and pitch perfect. There's a staggering amount of range on this album– Kane works with nearly as many producers as tracks, all with markedly different styles. Under the command of a less skilled rapper, it might come across as disjointed, but Thrillah steps up to the challenge. It sounds effortless, and making a track that samples "Dance of the Sugarplum Fairy" sound club-ready is no small feat.