- Words: James Mayo
- Label: Angeles Records
LA's Chace Infinite and DJ Khalil drop knowledge for a generation seduced by the thug life gospel. Building on Gods and Gangstas (2005), Self-Scientific proposes revolutionary changes that will keep youngsters out of jail and our government from starting wars against people of color. Rolling with Aftermath since 2004, Khalil shows a Dre influence as he flips samples ("Tears") and fierce anthems ("King Kong" featuring Bun B). Like Pac, Chace resonates ("When I Die" w/ Planet Asia) with Gs and ghetto activists alike when he raps: "I hope God is a gangsta who embraces my torch and soul."
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