Don’t be fooled by the title. KRS-One, The Teacha, is still all about Edutainment, but Edutainment doesn’t sell well. The record-buying masses want Sex And Violence, so he provides just that for this newest BDP set.
On Build And Destroy, he responds to the philosophical criticisms of what seems to be Brother J from X Clan by telling him he’ll get “fucked up”. 13 And Good is about sexing, thus statutory raping, a 13-year-old girl.
The album is raw and sloppy, almost amateurish, in comparison to the other Boogie Down productions; I would’ve also put the “rock-and-roll” bit at the beginning of the title song; but it’s still fresh… “for 1992, you suckas.”
my rating : 4 of 5