Danny Brown's debut album lives up to the street hype. Tony Yayo's Detroit-based protege sounds confident and assured on every track while he delivers rapid-fire lines musing on everything from Super Nintendo games to drug dealing. The beats are consistently engaging, the production is slick yet still maintains the feeling of an underground release, and there's nary a weak moment to be found. Keep your eyes on Mr. Danny Brown from Detroit ladies and gentlemen, because he has big things in his future and his debut album is a rousing success on almost every front.
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