"What do you call a hip-hop album that decries social injustices without using foul language, that exposes the immorality of drug dealing, bemoans young girls who dress like pole dancers, castigates dads who've allowed themselves to be imprisoned, and suggests (in "Where Did I Go Wrong") that, among other things, studying harder for the SATs would have been a good idea? You call that an album no major label would put out, one that sat idle for two years before finally coming out as an "indie" release, doubtless financed by its song conceptualizer, one Dr. William H. Cosby. Funny thing is, "Bill Cosby Presents The Cosnarati - State of Emergency" is sonically on the money, with the right beats and shout outs (by his much younger performing and writing collaborators) to meet a critical rap fan's approval. Hear or buy selections at www.billcosby. com and www.amazon.com "