"Lethal Injection", this is a proper title for this album, because it poses to be lethal to the dream which Martin Luther King Jr. put forward. Ice Cube makes it a point to criticize Rev. King on this album, about how the black community should walk with each other before they walk with their "enemies". Although, there are no "enemies", except that we who promote racial unity are the enemies of those who promote racial supremacy. As Rev. King said, Black supremacy is as bad as White supremacy.
Someone should remind Ice Cube that the majority of his listeners are white teenagers, which is a bit Ironic.
Also, his repeated attack on Christianity as the religion of the oppressors is nonsense. In the sense that you cannot blame God for what human beings do, Christianity states that we are completely fallen, and only by God are we redeemed. He also fights the notion of a "white Jesus", which again is wrong because Jesus was a Jew. So neither whites or blacks can identify with him racially. That is sad thing about ever making a potrait of Jesus as white, without out any concrete knowledge of his appearence, it divides people. Why do we feel it necessary to make Jesus look like us, we are focusing in the wrong direction.
Now, for what I liked about this album. The beats are some of his best.
But if you tend to agree with this album, go over to the book section and buy: A Testament of Hope by MLK Jr.