Kings of Leon, Clipse, Travis Barker, and Robin Thicke? Thats dooooope. This is why i dig the kid, he pushes the boundaries of creativity in his work. He may not be the "best lyricist", but his ability to fuse different genres into smooth melodic beats, overlayed with truthful yet unspoken subject matter puts him at the forefront of hip-hop evolution, in my opinion. This should be interesting, to say the least. But definitely in a good way.