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Kill at Will


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Ice Cube ~ Kill At Will

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
CUBE'S BEST May 2 2000
By Mike Jones - Published on Amazon.com
KILL AT WILL is Ice Cube's most thought provoking body of work. Along with Chuck D's "Welcome to the Terrordome"(Fear of a Black Planet) the "Product" is an all-time hip-hop classic standout. It combines poetic/metaphoric lyrics that detail the "American Justice System" and its production of imprisoned impoverished Black youth....simply genius. When Cube isn't being political on this ep, he still shines with "Jackin' for Beats" and "Get of My D*ck N*g and........." both are humorus and creative. I'm not the biggest Cube fan now but there was a time when he was creating music that was "ART" and came from the "SOUL". Recently, I shared the "Product" with a classroom of teenaged students to demonstrate literary allusion and artistry in hip-hop and they were blown away by his tale that lead from physical conception to incarceration.....Check it out!
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Cube Was On A Roll {4 Stars} July 26 2006
By Norfeest - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This album came out during a period in which Ice Cube simply couldn't do any wrong. Everything he dropped was golden and Kill At Will was no exception. Though it was only 6 tracks deep (JD's Gafflin' Pt. 2 is an interlude), it was just as strong as, if not stronger than, a lot of the other 1990 rap albums. Classics like "Dead Homies" and "Jackin' For Beats" make grabbing this a good idea, but there are also great tracks like "The Product" and "Endangered Species" [Remix] that make this a must have album.

As with most dope albums, the only thing I can find wrong is the short length, but it's an EP so......

Kill At Will is probably one of the better EPs out there in the rap world. This was back when Cube was on a roll and dropped dope album after dope album every year. It plays more like a b-side to Amerikkka's Most Wanted, but I'd say that that's a good thing. If you want to hear what Ice Cube sounded like when he was still hungry, then I recommend grabbing this if you can find it.

Standout Tracks: The Product, Jackin' For Beats, Dead Homies, Endangered Species [Remix] feat. Chuck D, and Get Off My D**k And Tell Yo B**ch To Come Here [Remix]
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Every song is good Dec 15 2002
By Matthew - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Every song on this seven track EP is good. Although it only has 7 tracks, I'm reviewing this based on the quality, not quantity. This reminds me alot of Amerikkka's Most Wanted which is a good thing since it is one of the best albums of all time. "Dead Homies" and "The Product" are 2 Cube classics that, unfortunately, not many people have heard since it is on this hard to find EP. If you can find it, buy it immediately, but good luck doing so.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
The only song heard on here is "Dead Homiez" May 4 2000
By L.M.L. - Published on Amazon.com
I don't have this album, but I heard "Dead Homiez" which is the first gangsta rap song that is dedictated to their homies who died from gang violence. Without this song, than there wouldn't be "Tha Crossroads, "Life Goes On" or "I Miss My Homies". By the way, when are the amazon.com people are going to stock this album?
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
classic cube Oct. 30 2002
By Sherance M. Brothers - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
this was hitting cube wass the first to make a song dedicating to fallen comrades check out dead homiez and the product is about eveyday hood life talking about how young boys in the slums grow up to be crooks and can't forget jackin for beats where cube jacks beats from x clan,. d nice, humpty hump, ll cool j,epmd, and public enemy.


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