Tedashii - an artist who is perhaps best known for his powerful booming voice and precise punch lines is back to bring another offering to the table.Fans of Tedashii may notice that this album contains a bit less 'boom' and is slightly leaner in the punch line department - and instead seems to opt for a more cultivated feel.While I felt that this approach proved successful on songs like "Gotta Believe" - my overall impression was that the areas where this album really shined was when Tedashii stuck to his original tried and true formula - the style that dominated the majority of his previous album "Kingdom Music".This bold style can be found on songs such as "Work", "26's", "Make War", "I'm a Believer", "Fresh", and "Thank You". Consequently, these were my favorite songs from the album; here's why."Work" is based on a superb beat that has a down south feel to it, complete with musical accents in the background that really make it come alive."26's" features Lecrae and it also borrows a portion of Lecrae's verse from the song "The King" from his album "After the Music Stops" and reworks it into a razor sharp hook. "These Self proclaimed kings braggin 'cuz they on chrome, but 26 inches is a pretty low throne!""Fresh" is constructed upon a lively beat and the theme of the song is that as Christians, we are made fresh (made clean) because of what Christ did for us on the cross; not because of our own "swagger" or works."Thank You" is tied with "26's" for being my favorite song on the album. It has what I can only describe as a caribbean type feel to it and is full of joy. Its message is clear and powerful - thank the Lord for all that he's done for us.Overall, "Identity Crisis" proves to be yet another winner from the Reach Records camp and it should not be passed up. For a more detailed breakdown of the album where each song is rated individually, please visit the CrossRap website.