Ice Cube's riveting debut album, AmeriKKKa's Most Wanted, was still burning up the charts when Priority Records released this EP, which lacks that album's overall excellence but has its moments. With Kill at Will, Cube unveiled his engaging "The Product" and "Dead Homiez," a poignant lament for the victims of black-on-black crime that is among the best songs he's ever written. Enjoyable but not essential are remixes of "Endangered Species (Tales From the Darkside)" and the outrageous "Get Off My Dick and Tell Yo Bitch to Come Here." Clearly, Kill at Will was intended for hardcore fans rather than casual listeners. [The EP was later added to a 2003 expanded edition of AmeriKKKa's Most Wanted.] ~ Alex Henderson
Musician (3/91) - "...'Cube keeps enough of his gangsta sensibility to make sure his anti-violence message still has its share of 9mm bang-bang."
NME (Magazine) (3/2/91) - (7) - "...KILL AT WILL is a six track hotchpotch of new and remixed material from last year's powerful `AMERIKKKA'S MOST WANTED' LP. Each potent rhythm is set to a collage of samples and sound effects, causing a devastating musical impact which sets the scene for Cube's uncompromising lyrics..."