I'm not going to debate about the track lists above, that would be pointless. But I was surprised to see this review of the album up on rapreviews:
...I wish I could tell you more about who produced and designed these tracks (though obviously Akon did the above as well as providing guest vocals) but this advance from Interscope is so far in advance it doesn't even have cover artwork or liner notes. In fact the names of the tracks are printed directly on the CD, along with a warning that this sh*t's been watermarked so I'd better not let any of my friends copy it or the label is going to put a legal foot up my a.ss. It's hard to resist the temptation though since there's a lot of good sh*t to hear on "Time is Money" from the triumphant opening "Gee Joint" through the hard as hell macking anthem "First in Line" with Mario Winans to the surprisingly deep collabo' "Testify" with Talib Kweli.