Poet and Hot Day's Without Warning album featured enough artillery on the front and back covers to overthrow several small dictatorships, as well as featuring early appearances from MC Cor (aka Cormega) and the future line-up of Screwball. There also weren't a lot of songs coming out of New York in 1991 that blatantly promoted slinging crack—even the legendary real-life hustlers Mob Style featured an anti-drug song on their album! Having fought almost single-handedly to "put Queensbridge back on the map" during his war against BDP, Poet brought that same kind of relentless focus to this project. Almost twenty years later, ain't a damn thing changed: "If somebody steps to ya? Murder the dummy!"