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LOS ANGELES TIMES: 

One of the best summer blockbusters in recent memory, Teflon Don proves how thin the line is between a flight of fancy and something fantastic.

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83
ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: 

Ross' ear for lush, expansive beats has become keener and his industry Rolodex deeper, 
allowing him to make every track but the intro feel like an epic, costarring major talents like Jay-Z, Kanye West, Erykah Badu, and Drake.

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80
Pitchfork: 

Ross knows his lane and stays in it on Teflon Don.

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80
The New York Times: 

He's a ferocious character, an impressive rapper and, as heard on this strong album, a clever and loose thinker, willing to try out new poses.

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70
PopMatters: 

Don't be fooled, its still the same money-hungry, Yacht Club card-carrying Rick Ross on Teflon Don.

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70
ROLLING STONE: 

The old Ross was mired in drug-rap cliches; today, he sounds easeful, letting his basso profundo do the heavy lifting in the Jay-Z collabo "Free Mason," and gloating with wit and goofiness, of which he once seemed incapable.

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