Bill Cosby intends speak out his concern about some social issues in a rap album that contains no profanity.
Comedian Bill Cosby, best known for his father figure role in The Bill Cosby Show, is trying to make things right by delivering a clean rap album. The actor will release a Hip-Hop album called "State of Emergency" that discusses negative issues without profanity.
According to some sources, among the issues which he will rap on are teen pregnancy, drug abuse, Black-on-Black crime, proper parenting and school dropout. There won't be any bad language or words that degrade women, according to AllHipHop.com.
The album which would be Cosby's 35th, is not yet scheduled for a release.
Not a stranger to Hip-Hop, the actor who received an Honorary Doctor of Music Degree from Berklee College of Music spoke out in 2004, his concern about rap language, saying "Your dirty laundry gets out of school at 2:30 every day, it's cursing and calling each other n**** as they're walking up and down the street. They think they're hip. They can't read. They can't write. They're laughing and giggling, and they're going nowhere."