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Here we have the finest Hip Hop ALBUM of 2011, yet there are barely any reviews...
Wake up Sheeple! Danny Brown is the Truth!
He IS Kipling with a tooth missing.
He IS the Shakespeare of sixteens.
He IS Langston Hughes with a blew fuse and a screw loose.
Danny brings two things back to Hip Hop that it has been lacking lately.
Pure Poetry and Raw Emotion.
People claim they keep it real, however nobody keeps it realer than this Bruiser, MuFokin' Danny Brown.
Danny Brown chronicles life in the dirty D with elegance, clarity, wit, and intelligence.
The last time a Hip Hop album moved me this much was the first time I heard Dizzee Rascal's 2003 Opus 'Boy In Da Corner'.
It's been damn near ten years since I've heard Hip Hop that grabbed me and spoke to me like this!
The juxtaposition of Danny Brown's ill poetics in conjunction with the incredible beats from SKYWLKR and Company is like magic medicine for the Mind.
The sequencing of this album is phenomenal!
Danny comes straight out the gate with 'XXX' over a Paul White banger. This is a perfect intro.
I can hear it in my head right now.
Then those maximized snares from 'Skull Snaps' come in and Mr. Brown proceeds to further align himself with your neurons which are firing happily reveling in the debauched tale of too much too soon of 'Die Like A Rockstar'.
This is a truly stunning track.
As 'Die Like A Rockstar' ends,'Pac Blood' begins, taking a Brandun Deshay flip of 'Nautilis', Danny drops some of the best verses of 2011 here.
After the aptly titled 'Radio Song' is 'Lie4' a top notch SKYWLKR joint that I can really relate to because I just got my income tax swag.
Squadda B from Oakland's Main Attrakionz lays down a beautiful bed for Brown to expound on his cunnilingus skills with cunning linguistics. I got wet after listening to this track and I don't even have a vagina!
I could go on and on.
I'm not gonna do a track by track, there are some great breakdowns and analysis elsewhere online.
The bottom line is YOU need this album. The Energy, Flow, Poetics, and Music contained on 'XXX' make it the only essential Hip Hop album of 2011. With the passing of Time, people will realize how great this album truly is.
It belongs in the Upper Echelon. Quite honestly, it is one of the best Hip Hop albums I have ever heard- and I have heard ALOT of Hip Hop albums.
Don't just take my word for it, listen to it.