ha! the other week i moaned that the irish times hadn’t bothered to review big boi‘s latest opus, sir lucious left foot: the son of chico dusty. well, i just had a glance at friday’s the ticket today and sure enough, it’s done got a review. garnering four stars, jim carroll commends mr patton’s “slick, sumptuous outlaw funk”. cot damn. in other news, janelle monáe is giving antwan a run for his money in the whole AOTY stakes…
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