Snipers, impending war, and an economy that still has indigestion from eating dot-coms. But to listen to penthouse rappers like Busta Rhymes and P. Diddy telling us to "Pass the Courvoisier," you'd think everyone is safe, rich, and happy, just like Diddy himself, "P. D-I-D-D-Y" in case you couldn't spell. Genuine hip-hop hoods should let everyone in on how people live on the ground floor. Bone Thugs-N-Harmony still draw from inner-city life, the good with the bad, to tell it like it really is. They're back this week after a two-year hiatus, dropping their fourth... More >>>