This former Ice Cube protege expands on his normally single-minded political bent on his third thunderbolt of an album. The Watts rapper's dance tracks pass the test even though his best songs still address social conditions. On the 15-song collection's most muscular moments, Kam rallies against what he perceives as an oppressive government as well as other institutionalized enemies, giving a jolt of specific purpose to his inspirational music.
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