The New Danger (Edited)

by Mos Def
The New Danger by Mos Def
Released: Oct 2004
Label: Geffen*
With its stylistic experimentations shrouded in dissonance, The New Danger is the red-headed stepchild to Outkast's The Love Below. Rap-rock experimentations such as "Freaky Black Greetings" give way to acidic meta-criticisms of "Rape Over" and the agitprop of "War." Unfairly dismissed upon release, this is Mos Def at his most challenging.
Sam Chennault
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