Tom Sinclair
March 01, 2002 AT 05:00 AM EST

It’s hard to maintain cred in two different worlds, but in his self-titled album, Cali coolster Montell Jordan shifts from post-Isley Brothers love-man slow jams (”Coulda Woulda Shoulda”) to boastful hip-hop joints (”MJ’s Anthem”) with convincing ease — no mean feat. Like the man says, ”I still can’t believe after five LPs they could sleep on me.” Schizophrenics of the world, wake up.

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