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Last night, the standard edition of ScHoolboy Q’s major label debut Oxymoron leaked. Naturally, Twitter and Q fans went nuts.

In less than 24 hours, listeners and music critics alike have praised TDE’s next breakout star. Oxymoron is filled with boundless energy and hardened beats that position him as a street narrator who’s made it out the trenches. While Kendrick blow up off his precision in painting images, Q is just as detailed when he describes many experiences in his life through a dark theme. His first-person view is easy to get lost in, and Oxymoron lives up to the hype so far.

Although we only got our hands on the incomplete leak, there are some big moments on it worth discussing. Gathering the first reactions of various XXL staff members, here are 11 best moments of Oxymoron.

West Coast Veteran Kurupt Pays His Respects To Tyler And Q On “The Purge."

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Tyler Also Shows He Can Make Catchy Hooks Too.

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Suga Free’s Pimp Boasts On “Grooveline Pt. 2." It's Possibly The Best Feature On Oxymoron.

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Q’s Daughter Appearing On Two Songs.

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Vivid Storytelling À La Slick Rick About A Drug-Addicted Uncle On “Hoova Street.”

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Pharrell Shows He’s Killing It In 2014 With “Los Awesome.”

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It’s Hard To Beat N.W.A’s “Gangsta Gangsta,” But Groovy Q Keeps It Just As Gangsta On The Intro.

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BJ The Chicago Kid Proves Once Again That You Shouldn’t Sleep On Him.

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Q Doesn’t Hide Anything About His Substance Abuse/Drug Dealing Past On A 7-Minute Track.

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“Fuck LA” Flips The Popular Slang For People Who Hate The City Into A Prideful Anthem.

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A Raekwon Verse? Q Won.

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Previously:

ScHoolboy Q Has No Problems WIth Working With 2 Chainz
ScHoolboy Q Previews Four Songs From His New Album
XXL’s New Issue Features Eminem, Dr. Dre And Jimmy Iovine On The Cover