Jeru the Damaja claims Wrath ”was created to SAVE hip-hop.” He almost succeeds, but not without contradictions: Jeru expertly satirizes phony gangstas on ”Tha Bulls—,” while casting himself as a ghetto superhero in ”Revenge of the Prophet (Part 5).” But his positive rhymes on Wrath of the Math ultimately win the day: Combined with DJ Premier’s head-bobbing minimalist funk, Jeru tells it like it is like no other.
Wrath of the Math Jeru the Damaja claims Wrath ''was created to SAVE hip-hop.'' He almost succeeds, but not without contradictions: Jeru expertly satirizes phony ...Wrath of the MathHip-Hop/Rap Jeru the Damaja claims Wrath ''was created to SAVE hip-hop.'' He almost succeeds, but not without contradictions: Jeru expertly satirizes phony ...1997-01-10
Posted January 10 1997 — 12:00 AM EST
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