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La collaboration entre JNEIRO JAREL et le rappeur masqué DOOM sous le nom de JJ DOOM verra le jour le 10 Septembre chez Lex Records. Key To The Kuffs comprendra une quinzaine de titres, dont des collaborations avec DAMON ALBARN Bite The Thong et BETH GIBBONS de PORTISHEAD.
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I don't even know what to say about DOOM's buttery flow. Number one: It just gets better, butterier, buggeder or whatever with every album. At this point, I would say he is plum insane with rhymes. A genius, and I don't use that term lightly. The guy's verbal IQ is off the charts. Number two: he's rhyming about such a wide range of topics, from extremely deep to flat-out hilarious. Never run-of-the-mill and always far-afield from the usual bull-ish that the hip hop community at large is bragging about. Which is why I hate "rap" and love DOOM. He's out there saying something different over dope beats in the most interesting ways possible.
The guest spots are solid, my faves being Khujo Goodie (huge Mob fan), Raekwon, and Del. Definitely get the Butter Edition, which contains remixes by Thom Yorke/ Johnny Greenwood (Retarded Fren) and Beck (Banished). Both are great, but the Beck remix is straight mindblowing. Do NOT miss that track!
I'm not the world's biggest hip hop fan, but I know what I like. Buy this album and any other DOOM you come across. It's money well-spent...
1. Waterlogged - I'm not really going to rank an intro track, just a nice track introducing JJ and DOOM.
2. Guv'nor - 5/5 Are you kidding me with this track? This song is so hot, the more you listen to it the better it gets, GUARANTEED. One of the greatest DOOM songs I've heard in awhile, kind of a throwback sound here.
3. Banished - 4/5 I'm not sure I've ever heard DOOM try to rap so quickly, some how he's off beat but on beat, you know what I mean. It's already hard enough deciphering slow DOOM, this is a rubix cube of lyrics. And Guv'nor flows nicely into this song, great transition.
4. Bite The Thong - 4/5 I love the instrumentals on this track, reminds me of something on a Viktor Vaughn album. Once again this track goes great with the previous 2, this album is flowing nicely.
5. Rhymin Slang - 4/5 Another great fluid transition into this newer sounding DOOM track. DOOM's rhymes on this track are nuts, I'll have to look up the explanation because I have no idea what's happening but it sounds great, and I love the end how everything slows down, sounds cool.
6. Dawg Friendly - 4/5 This is JJ rapping I believe, and although it's great and I like his lyrics I just wish DOOM would've rapped this track because to me the instrumentals sound so DOOM, but that's just me.
7. Borin Convo - 3/5 I'm not really feeling this track compared to the rest. It's not bad but compared to what I've heard so far this track isn't meshing well.
8. Snatch That Dough - I actually like this little filler, sounds like traditional DOOM to me.
9. GMO - 6/5 - Where to start with this track, it's over the top good. I mean you get chills listening to this thing, one of the greatest DOOM tracks ever recorded. Everything about this track screams DOOM. If you're unsure about buying this album this is definitely the reason you should.
10. Bout The Shoes - 3/5 Strange track, I like it, I'm guessing it's just a way of showcasing JJ's production, because there's no DOOM. I guess you could call it a filler but I enjoy it.
11. Winter Blues - 5/5 Back to the DOOM, a great laid back sound on this track. I love the instrumentals here, the only thing I thought DOOM didn't rap long enough on this track, instead he sings for like a minute of the track time.
12. Still Kaps - 3/5 Not sure what this is, it's like an interlude with Khujo Goodie rapping on it. I like the beat and it doesn't bother me being on the album because it's really short.
13. Retarded Fran - 4/5 This to me sounds like a throwback, maybe something you would have heard on an older DOOM album. I like this song a lot.
14. Viberian Sun Part II - 4/5 This song is just an instrumental, maybe JJ trying to showcase his talents a little. I really enjoy listening to this, it's got an off beat other worldly vibe that I feel. But it's not for everyone, but I think it actually fits nicely with the rest of this album.
15. Wash Your Hands - 5/5 I've heard a lot of mixed reviews about this song, I love it. First off the instrumentals are great, not something you would typically hear DOOM rapping over but there's just enough DOOM sound to make it work. Now his lyrics are great, you can tell DOOM enjoyed writing this song because he's cracking jokes left and right.
Regardless of what you heard, if you're a DOOM fan you HAVE to buy this album. It's too good to pass up.