Exile’s Intro to the Outro and the Power of Nerditry

Jonah Bromwich’s name really needs to be added to the staff page. If you’re a certain kind of nerd, you’re going to like Exile’s new mixtape Intro to the Outro. If you’re the kind of...
By    September 6, 2011

Jonah Bromwich’s name really needs to be added to the staff page.

If you’re a certain kind of nerd, you’re going to like Exile’s new mixtape Intro to the Outro.

If you’re the kind of nerd who wishes that Exile would do a project with a lyrical, possibly-underrated rapper who you realize that you only like when he raps over great production, you’re going to like Exile’s new mixtape.

If you’re the kind of nerd who gives serious props to Big L for schooling Jay-Z on that nine minute freestyle from the Stretch and Bobbito over that sublime beat, you’re going to like Exile’s new mixtape.

If you’re the kind of nerd who really liked those DJ KaySlay Streetsweeper albums, you’re going to like Exile’s new mixtape.

If you’re the kind of nerd who’s intrigued by the idea of listening to an hour-long cipher, you’re going to like Exile’s new mixtape.

If you’re the kind of nerd whose favorite Mos Def song is “Brooklyn” because it’s comprised of three separate beats that work perfectly together, you’re going to like Exile’s new mixtape.

If you’re the kind of nerd who appreciates a well-mixed record, you’re going to like Exile’s new mixtape.

If you’re the kind of nerd who gets way too excited when you hear amalgated beats from Below the Heavens, you’re going to like Exile’s new mixtape.

If you’re the kind of nerd who remembers that 50 cent sounds best surrounded by rappers, not R&B singers, you’re going to like Exile’s new mixtape.

If you’re the kind of nerd who can categorize Exile’s rapping as being about the same quality as Madlib’s or Dilla’s and tolerate it in the name of tradition, you’re going to like Exile’s new mixtape. (He only raps on one song anyway.)

If you’re the kind of nerd who prefers well-crafted verses to well crafted hashtags, you’re going to like Exile’s new mixtape.

If you’re the kind of nerd who realizes that Slaughterhouse are boring because they all seem like they’re try to imitate latter-day Eminem’s flow, you’re going to like Exile’s new mixtape.

If you’re the kind of nerd who feels revitalized after a quick Doom verse, you’re going to like Exile’s new mixtape.

If you’re the kind of nerd who enjoys a solid rap mixtape, with top-shelf beats that rank with the other excellent stuff that Exile has done, who doesn’t get bored by twenty-five straight tracks of solid rap and has equal love for tracks that bang and tracks that make you think, and you’ve read this whole article and agreed with two or three of the assertions made, then you’re going to really like Exile’s new mixtape.

Download:
ZIP: Exile – Intro the Outro (Left-Click)

Exile “Intro To The Outro” Mixtape by DIRTY SCIENCE

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