Some inspired philosophy delivered in terms ranging from confused to bizarre to obscene. Longtime urban/ghetto comedian Blowfly entered the '90s in style. Suddenly he was getting publicity from the same image-conscious types who'd once relegated his humor to the underground. He even appeared on a Big Daddy Kane record, and people suddenly realized that there was a host of black comic observers who never got a chance to showcase their wares in comedy clubs or for major labels.
AllMusic Review by Ron Wynn