14 Songs, 54 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

By the time Funke Funke Wisdom came out in 1991, Kool Moe Dee’s style seemed antiquated in comparison to younger groups like A Tribe Called Quest. However, the legendary rapper’s last great album contains several classic songs, including “How Kool Can One Blackman Be,” “Time’s Up,” and “Rise ‘N’ Shine,” in which Chuck D and KRS-One back him. Moe Dee even nods to West Coast rap with “Here We Go Again” and finds time for one last swipe at LL Cool J with the venomous “Death Blow.”

EDITORS’ NOTES

By the time Funke Funke Wisdom came out in 1991, Kool Moe Dee’s style seemed antiquated in comparison to younger groups like A Tribe Called Quest. However, the legendary rapper’s last great album contains several classic songs, including “How Kool Can One Blackman Be,” “Time’s Up,” and “Rise ‘N’ Shine,” in which Chuck D and KRS-One back him. Moe Dee even nods to West Coast rap with “Here We Go Again” and finds time for one last swipe at LL Cool J with the venomous “Death Blow.”

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