Just based on your above post I would guess that you are fairly new to weightlifting. Being not overly critical, your overall goal of "more muscle and lower my overall bf" is very difficult if not impossible to achieve. This would require your nutrition to be absolutely honed in. Body recomps are doable, but they require a great deal of effort and are usually done by those who are more experienced. Someone who is relatively new to lifting would be better off focusing on a full body routine where you can build a strong foundation. By which I mean focusing on honing down your technique, learning what works for you, and getting your body adjusted to new, unfamiliar external stressors.
As far as nutrition, this will be the key in how fast or slow you progress. Just about anyone can get stronger with any routine, but your nutrition will be implemental in getting there healthy and quickly. By that I mean counting calories, having your macros set up, and hitting your protein intake. I would start off by reading the stickys in the nutrition section. There is a bountiful of great information that will be vital to your success. Although many users on this site will tell you to focus on the basics, and build until you build an appreciable amount of muscle before considering a cut. Right off the bat, the protein number you listed of 120-150grams will not even place your protein intake equal to 1g per bodyweight. You should be shooting to intake 1.5 times gram of protein per pound of lean body mass if you are looking to build.
I would advise you, as many others have, to switch to a full body routine (push/pull there are plenty to choose from), go through the nutrition section, get your fundamentals down (big 3)and focus on your nutrition. Making sure you take full advantage of your new gains, and eating plenty to grow. A wise man once told me that having great abs and nothing else, is similar to a great rack on a fat chick. Who cares?