Go out, find a news stand that sells the New York
Times and buy a copy of the Sunday edition. Then sit down and read Lynn
Hirschberg's brilliant profile of Death Row Records' C.E.O. Suge Knight. This
is the story of the most important force in rap music today. Hirschberg gives
you a ringside seat as Knight deals with Snoop, Tupac and others. She pulls no
punches, bringing up all the rumors and letting Suge respond. The article
leaves no doubt in your mind as to why they call it gangster rap.