This album reflects arguably the most diverse artist today. Only Won is a REAL engineer, a REAL hip hop artist, a REAL singer, a REAL martial artist, and a REAL actor. How can he possibly put that all out on this album? Well, first, it's engineered with great detail as you'll hear in each song. The lyrics are so crazy and creative and delivered with wit, style, and passion. Jumping to R&B vocals on the song 'When' shows some of Only Won's diversity as well as the beatbox tracks that follow. Songs like 'Glory' is delivered with the intensity of live Lion Dance and Taiko drums. He even changes gears and puts on his fun and crazy Rasta sound in 'SOH LO' where he becomes the first Chi-maican. That be a melding of a Chinese and Jamaican rapper. All this while keeping all the songs positive and uplifting. The song 'Nations Under' brings 3 nations together under the common unity of America and addresses the deep issues regarding our races and cultures. This song features Latino rapper 'E-DOGG' and veteran 'One Truth' as well as a Gospel Choir. Production spared no expense bringing in Grammy nominated and Dove winner, Noel Arthurton from the legendary 'Dynamic Twins' and Billboard winners Maximillian and Larissa Lam. Reggaeton styles were provided by Jonnie 6 Productions.