Redemption has everything you expect from a rap album: guns, girls, guests — and potshots at Eminem. ”Call My Name” is Benzino’s ode to his masculinity; so is ”Gangsta’s Touch,” though the headline-hunting rapper brandishes his harem as opposed to his arsenal. The cameo list runs from a slumming Jadakiss and Scarface to unknowns like Lisa Raye. There’s no reason why you shouldn’t pop Redemption into the CD changer. There’s also no reason why you should.