22 Songs, 54 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

On his debut album, comedian Aziz Ansari plays the goofy, frequently belligerent metrosexual. He threatens grievous bodily harm over exaggerated bedsheet thread counts, obsesses over his tuna-juice-swilling roommate, and bemoans Cold Stone Creamery as "the epitome of American excess.” But more than the absurdity of his observations, or the unexpected twists in his hilarious narratives, Ansari's secret weapon is his voice, which dips and then rises to an ALL CAPS blast as he approaches his punchlines.

EDITORS’ NOTES

On his debut album, comedian Aziz Ansari plays the goofy, frequently belligerent metrosexual. He threatens grievous bodily harm over exaggerated bedsheet thread counts, obsesses over his tuna-juice-swilling roommate, and bemoans Cold Stone Creamery as "the epitome of American excess.” But more than the absurdity of his observations, or the unexpected twists in his hilarious narratives, Ansari's secret weapon is his voice, which dips and then rises to an ALL CAPS blast as he approaches his punchlines.

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