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Brown comes swinging out the gate, copy of Dilla's Donuts clutched in his hands. On opening salvo "Greatest Rapper Ever", he unleashes a torrent of savage punchlines, highlighting both his vivid imagination and the most peculiarly infectious voice since Dizzee Rascal. In less than three minutes, he compares himself to video game dinosaur Yoshi when talking about oral sex, turns a Phil Collins single into a death threat, and reminisces about skipping school while taking "the same pills that had Carlton dancing fast." Brown maintains that wide reference base throughout the record, as George Costanza, Elvis Presley, and Alanis Morrissette are all used as tools to help the rapper bolster rhymes about "bitches," blunts, bricks of cocaine, and being broke.