Handsome, Bad, Tough. Those are just some of the superlatives that best describe hip hop latest rap sensation E-Nasty, whose much anticipated debut CD is now released on the internet, for which those in the know is eagerly awaiting with bated breath. For this precociously talented young rapper this CD will go a long way in solidifying his standing as the heir apparent to hip hop throne, through his rhymes E resonate a maturity that belies his youth. Alim Dugan (AKA) E-Nasty was born on East Twenty Seventh Street in Camden New Jersey, One of the poorest Cities in North America, as a youngster, Black and shrouded in poverty, he was faced with the temptations of life on the streets, which is an integral part of ghetto landscape all across the nation. Through his lyrics E shares with the world some of the sea of changes that is a microcosm of his young life his resolve to succeed in the face of adversity, and an evolution of his will to stay alive in one of North America most nihilistic City, where an earlier brush with the law, served as a sobering reflection of his ways which then mirrored the life of many wayward ghetto youth on the verge of beign marginalized, swallowed up by a unforgiving system for the most minuscule of transgressions, to an efficient High School Senior on the verge of graduating. Recently the young rapper opened for reggae super star Baby Sham and rapper turned actor OX, who starred in the movie Belly alongside DMX and Nas, at the 'Brave new world', in Philadelphia. From the moment he hits the stage blazing lyrics he had the crowd in a frenzy, leaving them begging for more, after he exited everything else was anticlimactic. E-Nasty street credibility is all but understood. He is from the streets, from the 'murder field', this young lyricist name is on a lot of Philadelphia, Delaware, and South Jersey hip-hop lovers lips, but after the 'bomb' is dropped his anonymity will be no more, as the world at large will be introduced to what most people in the tristate area already knows Es-Nasty.