Production from intro to outro was amongst the best from any underground hip hop album I've ever heard. Absolute masterpiece
Favorite track: Ego Death (Prod. by Jeremiah Jae feat. Aesop Rock & Danny Brown).
Being my 1st initial album of his; I was not sure what I was getting into dealing with Lyrics, a flow, and charisma that seems to be quite considerable dimensions away from our own.
Favorite track: Retirement Ode (Prod. by Driver).
What would Gravity’s Rainbow sound like as a rap album? Here is an album which, if we may, reminds the listener of their whispered allegiances to fundamental realities. The brushstrokes are delicate, stabbing, pointed. The overwhelming crescendo they whirl towards may be one of bitterness, and rightfully so. There is also lightness. A black man is giggling and pointing at you. It may have everything and nothing to do with rap and one’s place in it. Humiliation, no longer a threat—but a reality, has been exhausted. Perfect Hair is what remains.
On Perfect Hair, Busdriver’s 8th official album, he defies the betted ante. The pieces, parts, sinews, synapses, synopses, passions, thrusts, and bits burst outward and realign of their own tremendous gravity in a dark and personal way. It is on this album that an OG announces his presence.