Stemming from his strong political root base, Public Enemy’s Chuck D. all fits in place with Confrontation Camp. It’s about hip-hop as well as the fresh hostility behind riveting rap rhyming, and frontman Kyle Glaciers Jason is normally immersed in traditional East Coastline rap. Chuck D (who goes on Mistachuck) joins P.E. alum Teacher Griff to provide hard-hitting societal problems through poetic defeat boxing and vocalic disarray. Confrontation Camp is normally agreed upon to Artemis and released Items in the Reflection Are Nearer Than They Come in July 2000.