The Reverend Doctor Wise was into Rappin' so he thought he'd put an album out to share the faith in a relevant way. But there were several major problems with the Reverend Doctor Wise's approach to relevance.
Maybe in The Reverend Doctor Wise's day rappers attended lawn parties and played crochet on sunday afternoons but things have certainly changed since this album came out.
Today, rappers are not doctors. Rappers prefer to pass themselves off as thugs. Furthermore, rappers today don't wear ties. Who ever heard of a rapper in a suit? Rappers are ganstas and they cannot represent in a suit.
Rappers today would take one look at this album cover and say "I Ain't Into That".
The graveyard of relevance claims another victim.