So, as you probably don't--but definitely should--know,
1) The cover art won't hurt your eyes. It's simple, beautiful, and gets an awesome message across. In short, the cover art is the yin to RR's "holy fuck, my soul is being sucked into an endless abyss"-style yang.
|Plus, it has Black Panthers on it. The real Black Panthers, circa Huey Newton's era. Not the "oh, hay! Let's go stage protests on Twitter and talk a bunch of shit we'll never do" Black Panthers you often see today.|
3) It's a reflective piece of work. The album speaks on True's maturation from birth through the release of the album, and ends with a cautionary tale to his unborn daughter. (That's all I'm going to say on that one.)
4) It's scary, but in a good way, meaning that it will shock you, and is controversial, but just as RR, it'll keep you motivated to change the world around you (even if True says his music isn't really about that, it sure as hell has motivated a growing legion of people to start doing something good in their world).
5) Buying DOA
6) Buying DOA will
7) Buying DOA will make you want to vote True God for President and Speed on the Beat as his VP.
8) Buying DOA promotes hair growth for balding, impotent men.
9) DOA gets the ladies' panties wet ::in my Juicy J voice:: with songs such as "Modern Day Woman."
10) The more copies of DOA you buy, the more I'll keep posting this:
|Plus, I just like watching it. Over and over. And over.|
11) If you buy DOA, we won't have to keep saying this: (just being honest)