Before Public Enemy's work, hip-hop music was on a a lot more aggressive level. It was him that led me into the world of rap Horrorcore, despite not being in that genre completely. The point is radio and television do a horrible task of how they present Hip-Hop culture to the masses. In general the album could've been much better ought to've had a little more substance but then again Sean Rate is 40 I'm sure he simply launched this to get a little extra bread and to witness the criminal activity rate increase in NY.
Joey Purp is emotionally invested in each track, developing politically c... [...]