Whenever someone makes an audacious claim before even sniffing a spot on Billboard’s Top 100, you have to sit back and wonder how detached they are from reality. In Hip Hop, we’ve watched a slew of artists make ballsy proclamations. One story that’s waiting to be told comes in form of No Limit’s newest signee, MoeRoy. After a hellacious run with No Limit in the late 90s and early 2000s, Master P earned himself a spot in Hip Hop’s round-table of masterminds. P’s quest to redemption starts with MoeRoy, the self-proclaimed, Trap Michael Jackson, whose debut effort is absolutely nowhere near “Thriller”, but has big glimpses of promise. “Trap Michael Jackson” is an ambitious attempt to make a splash in a pond featuring Billboard darlings Fetty Wap and Future — two artists MoeRoy emulates throughout the album. Even though MoeRoy’s sound is vastly similar to that of Super Hendrix, he flawlessly tucks Future’s sound underneath his arm like a sturdy running back without fumbling once on the track. What is amazing is MoeRoy's expectations he places upon himself. By dubbing his debut project “Trap Michael Jackson”, he forces his listeners to assume that they’re going to go on a joyride through his hood version of Neverland Ranch. And that’s what he does.