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on 11 April 2006
Not since the first Dizzee Rascal album has a hip-hop debut set out its sonic stall with such thrilling clarity of purpose. And while the relentless carnality of Baltimore MC Naeem Juwan's salacious party rhymes can get a bit tiring (parts of this record are so obscene they make the determinedly 18-rated Streets album feel like a Coldplay ballad), producer XXXchange's beats are fresh and funky enough to give increasingly complacent dancefloor dons Pharrell Williams and Timbaland some seriously sleepless nights.
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