The album peaked at eighty-two on the U.S. Billboard 200 and reached the twenty-fourth spot on the R&B Albums chart. The album was certified gold in November of 1997.
Stephen Thomas Erlewine of Allmusic gave the work a mixed review, remarking that it "has a couple of fine moments," but that the group's "fusion of street-oriented rap and urban soul doesn't quite gel over the course of the album."
drum programming – Chad "Dr. Seuss" Elliott, Charles Farrar, Rashad Smith, Terry Williams
engineering – Brandon Abeln, T-Bone Demmar, Donell Jones, Moise Laporte, Kevin McKenzie, Appolon "Chap" Noel, Eliud "Lou" Ortiz, Mario Rodriquez, Kevin Thomas
executive chief – André Harrell
executive producer – Todd Russaw
hair stylist – Rowan Eugene
keyboard programming – Terry Williams
keyboards – Chad "Dr. Seuss" Elliott, Troy Taylor
make-up – Nzínga
mastering – Chris Gehringer
mix engineering – Ben Garrison, Eliud "Lou" Ortiz, Mario Rodriquez, Kevin Thomas
mixing – Charles "Prince Charles" Alexander, David Dachinger, T-Bone Demmar, Chad "Dr. Seuss" Elliott, Ben Garrison, Eliud "Lou" Ortiz, Malik Pendleton, Mario Rodriquez, Todd Russaw, Rashad Smith, Kevin Thomas, Terry Williams
photography – Daniela Federici, Michael Lavine
production – Chad "Dr. Seuss" Elliott, Charles Farrar, Donell Jones, Kevin McKenzie, George R. "Golden Fingers" Pearson, Malik Pendleton, Poke, Rashad Smith, Troy Taylor, StarrStrukk, Terry Williams