The title Ridah Muzic describes the feel of the album which is mainly an album you can pop in the CD player in your car and ride around town handling your business, it's an inspiration to your hustle, it's the kind of music you roll down your windows and turn up your system to. The first track 'Vegas Heat' is a mid tempto bass heavy all purpose banger, you can bang this one in the car or the club and get the same reaction. The production on this track sounds like timbaland in his golden days and comes courtesy of Down South producer Dj Xman. '7:02' is a west coast neck breaker describing the 24 hour party scene in Las Vegas, with R & B singer Bluzi laying down the smooth chorus and his fellow camp members Demon, Epick and G fatigue (rip) assisting in filling out the track nicely. ' Bout that Dough' features Mopreme Shakur the brother of Tupac Shakur and R&B singer G Money who also recorded tracks with Tupac. In 'Read em like a Book' he talks about the reality of being a rapper and the hypocricies of the music game, he also takes a jab at commercial radio ' 20 g's to get radio play man that's b**l s**t, what ever to the fans choosing, and you wonder what's wrong in hip hop and why the bad music'. 'Get This Money' is a hustlers anthem, it's motavational music no matter what business you are in and Docwel's raspy voice and precise delivery compliments the slow hypnotizing instrumental. The quality of the overall album is amazing and Ridah Muzic is an album that will not let down.