After 5 years in the making, and after hearing the many urban legends attached to this album, could it be that it's finally here? Yes, this is no false alarm: Shabazz the Disciple has returned with an official album. Produced exclusively by Canadian beatsmith DJ Extremidiz, this album is a journey through the Red Hook Projects and the world of Shabazz. Shabazz is one of the earliest practitioner of the Hip-Hop style later called "Horrocore" and he was a founding member of The Wu-Affiliated group "Sunz of Man" even though he left them early on and went on to forge his own name in history of Hip- Hop. Unlike most mixtapes/compilations being sold these days, Bazz opted to put his best foot forward with a strong solo performance in the tradition of great emcees like Rakim. However, this is no old school album, as Bazz addresses many political, historical, and survival issues in his subject matter. The musical landscape is pure grimy, well-crafted heat, which really brings out Bazz's classic tone of righteous anger which made him a living legend in Hip-Hop.