KKKill the Fetus is the third studio album by Esham A. Smith. Released in 1993, the album's lyrics focus on subjects such as abortion and murder. The album, which has been cited as an iconic horrorcore album, has been praised for its genre-defining production and lyrics.
Lyrics and music
The album's title track encourages drug-addicted women to have an abortion rather than to allow their children to be raised by unfit mothers.
In his review of the album, Jason Birchmeier wrote that "At this point in his career, his rapping has already reached near-peak levels, and his production shows a continued path towards an inventiveness. Never again would Esham be so gritty."