11 Best Moments Of ScHoolboy Q’s ‘Oxymoron’ Leak

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    <p>Last night, the standard edition of ScHoolboy Q’s major label debut <em>Oxymoron</em> leaked. Naturally, Twitter and Q fans went nuts.</p><p>In less than 24 hours, listeners and music critics alike have praised TDE’s next breakout star. <em>Oxymoron</em> 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 <em>Oxymoron</em> lives up to the hype so far.</p><p>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 <em>XXL</em> staff members, here are 11 best moments of <em>Oxymoron.</em></p>
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    <h2>West Coast Veteran Kurupt Pays His Respects To Tyler And Q On “The Purge."</h2>
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    <h2>Tyler Also Shows He Can Make Catchy Hooks Too.</h2>
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    <h2>Suga Free’s Pimp Boasts On “Grooveline Pt. 2." It's Possibly The Best Feature On <em>Oxymoron</em>.</h2>
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    <h2>Q’s Daughter Appearing On Two Songs.</h2>
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    <h2>Vivid Storytelling À La Slick Rick About A Drug-Addicted Uncle On “Hoova Street.”</h2>
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    <h2>Pharrell Shows He’s Killing It In 2014 With “Los Awesome.”</h2>
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    <h2>It’s Hard To Beat N.W.A’s “Gangsta Gangsta,” But Groovy Q Keeps It Just As Gangsta On The Intro.</h2>
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    <h2>BJ The Chicago Kid Proves Once Again That You Shouldn’t Sleep On Him.</h2>
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    <h2>Q Doesn’t Hide Anything About His Substance Abuse/Drug Dealing Past On A 7-Minute Track.</h2>
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    <h2>“Fuck LA” Flips The Popular Slang For People Who Hate The City Into A Prideful Anthem.</h2>
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    <h2>A Raekwon Verse? Q Won.</h2>

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

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    Hoover Street was hands down my favorite track… Goosebumps !!!