Rolling Stone - p.763.5 stars out of 5
-- "On LAST 2 WALK, every track is compelling, with synthesized strings and the usual depth-sounder bass lines inflated with reverb into miniature symphonies."
XXL (Magazine) (p.108) - "The album's best moments come courtesy of two UGK features. First there's 'I Got,' a Southern flip of Zombie Nation's 1999 techno smash 'Kernkraft 400'....Then there's the bouncy, 808-driven 'On Some Chrome,' complete with stellar verses from Bun B and Sweet James."
With the group's ranks whittled down to two after Crunchy Black's departure, Three 6 Mafia returns with the highly-anticipated studio album LAST 2 WALK. MC/producers Juicy J and DJ Paul continue to lace feverish drum tracks and spine-tingling synthesizer arrangements with rugged Dirty South rhymes, boasting of their Hollywood success on the powerful album-opener "I Told 'Em," and the bouncy strip-club anthem "Lolli Lolli (Pop That Body)." LAST 2 WALK also has its share of odes to the thug life ("Corner Man," "Hood Star"), love letters to substance abuse ("Weed, Blow, Pills," "Rollin'"), and stick-em-up joints ("Get Ya Rob," "Click Bang"). 8Ball & MJG stop by for the furious Memphis posse cut "First 48," while UGK (including the late Pimp C, who also appears on "I Got") are on hand to cleverly rework their classic "Pocket Full of Stones" with J and Paul on "On Some Chrome." Akon, Good Charlotte, DJ UNK, Project Pat, Lil Wyte, and Lyfe Jennings round out the eclectic guestlist.