His debut album, a toothpaste suburb, does just as much to play up the commonalities Milo has with his label mates (and his place in the underground hip-hop world) as it does to show o_ just who he is himself. Milo's own qualities are obvious from his first 16 bars: a heavy-lidded deadpan whose flow calmly let's the punchlines deliver themselves, whether they're references to Arthur Schopenhauer or shameless fart jokes. Those aren't rare qualities - you get similar approaches on this very album from guests like Open Mike Eagle, who pulls Shel Silverstein wordplay on ''objectifying rabbits'', and Kool A.D., who is dementedly meta with a thinking-aloud verse on ''in gaol''.
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