Consisting of Shoestring and Bootleg, The Dayton Family helped put Detroit on the map long before the blond bomber. Even though the duo has been overlooked on a mainstream level, they surprisingly went gold with their 1996 album F.B.I. With their latest release - Family Feud - The Dayton Family continues to provide uncompromising street music that will satisfy their hardcore fan base.
With rock solid production backing them up, Shoestring and Bootleg put forth a variety of standout efforts such as the title track, "Bulldoggin'" and "Reckless" featuring Cormega. However, the 19-track album falters due to repetitive subject matter, as seen on "Everyday Hoe" featuring MC Breed and "Get Crunk."
Long time Dayton Family fans will be pleased with Family Feud, even though the album can't contended with the group's previous work.