King Tee

At Your Own Risk

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Compton rapper King Tee's second album again blended humorous jibes, novelty cuts and some messages, but it was far different from most of what was coming from Compton by 1990. Such songs as "Do Your thing," "Jay Fay Dray" and "On The Dance Tip" were light years away from N.W.A.-style "gangsta" rap. Even the more serious cuts, like "At Your Own Risk," were more reflective than combative or prophetic, and Tee's rapping was a mix of clowning, taunting and mocking, rather than declaring and challenging.

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