It's out on Rdio (and I'm assuming Spotify too) as a Freeway album (no Jacka in the artist section). I thought that was odd. Anyway - it's a nice album. Maybe Frank or someone can shed some light on the weird release situation.
Not sure how much buzz there's going to be for an album from two past their prime underground rappers. Even if it's the best album ever I don't see it getting much exposure beyond their existing fanbases.
Not trying to be disrespectful at all. But ya, Jacka's flow sounds lazy these days and has nowhere near the hype he did 4-5 years ago. And Freeway was on one of the biggest rap label's of the time. Shit I remember hearing a long interview with him on NPR. But I haven't heard anyone talk about him in years. I can't comment on his lyrics and flow because I'm not super familiar, but popularity wise he is well past his prime.