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Album Review

Masters of obvious irony (they're Caucasian) and subtle contradiction (ever met an "old" teenager?), YBT's debut got dissed all to hell. Or at least I thought it did. And while there's no way this new disc is going to make me forget House of Pain or The Beasties, it's much better than I would have guessed, a fact that probably has as much to do with contributions from The Bomb Squad, Keith Shocklee, and Grandmaster Flash (!) than from YBT themselves. The best tracks, like "Tap The Bottle" and "Plead The Fifth," explode with a neck-snapping ferocity, but YBT can't keep up the pace. Still, aligning themselves with such def(t) producers as Shocklee is a wise move, because now the slack moments aren't so obvious and annoying, and the disc has an engaging style without sounding stylized. ~ John Dougan, Option, Rovi

Customer Reviews

Good Old Skool

This was a classic when I was in school. Come on people write some reviews for classic Hip Hop. This new crap out is garabage I'd take this anyday. True Hip Hop!

Tap The Bottle and Twist The Cap!

Tap The Bottle & Soul Wide Open are my two favorite tracks on this album however the entire album is good (definitely overlooked). I got this on cassette when it first came out and to this day I still can't match their name with their image - Young Black (white) Teenagers haha. I also always thought the guy on the bottom left was doing the Everlast pose from House of Pain's first album. Tap The Bottle's still my joint today.


Genre: R&B/Soul

Years Active: '90s

Despite their name, the Young Black Teenagers (YBT) weren't ethnically black at all -- four of them were white, and another of Puerto Rican descent. The concept struck some in the hip-hop community as ridiculous and even offensive, but the group was sincerely attempting to pay tribute to the black culture they loved and identified with. What's more, they had the backing of Public Enemy and their production team, the Bomb Squad; in fact, YBT was the first act signed to Hank Shocklee's Sound of Urban...
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Dead Enz Kidz Doin' Lifetime Bidz (Explicit Version), Young Black Teenagers
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Hip-Hop/Rap, Music
  • Released: Feb 02, 1993
  • Parental Advisory

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