PRESS

"Johnny Dangerous storms recording booth and stage alike as a gay Lil' Kim; his triple-X raps are raunchy enough to make a military-base working girl blush." THE ADVOCATE

 

[Johnny Dangerous is] arguably the most outspoken playa in the game... Dangerous remains one of the most popular entertainers on the scene." URB

 

 

"Johnny Dangerous is the man who lives in 50 Cent's most homophobic nightmare. [He] rhymes his way into men's pants and pulls no punches when talking about gay sex... Dangerous Liaisons features the best filthy sex talk of any gay rapper we've heard so far..." UNZIPPED

 

"Combining the venom of Eminem with the in-your-face sexuality of Lil' Kim, [Johnny Dangerous'] Dangerous Liaisons offers a raunchy ride-with a flow that's as smooth and raw as a well-lubed bareback assault." GAY CHICAGO

 

"[Johnny Dangerous'] CD varies in beat and attitude, and is full of near equal measures of vengeance and fun... For those who like their hip hop hard, Johnny proves he's got it on Dangerous Liaisons." PHILADELPHIA GAY NEWS

"Sexually graphic and feverishly funny" GREGG SHAPIRO of WINDY CITY TIMES, OUTSMART, NEXT & THE BAY AREA REPORTER

 

"This child has turned the rap world over, and is fucking it dry in it's homophobic ass!" NIGHTSPOTS MAGAZINE

 

"Hip Hop Homie-sexual Johnny Dangerous is a machete-sharp, crotch-rocketing delight. Dangerous Liaisons is an aural orgy of decadence and urban intellect. While most of the street subversiveness of hip hop has been lost to boring braggadocio and bling bling, Dangerous brings us back to the fine art of storytelling and social commentary--all with a tight flow and a triple x-tra incentive. At last, an artist of this new millennium who challenges our limits of what we feel comfortable with." CLINT CATALYST, Freelance Journalist & Author of COTTONMOUTH KISSES

 

"Alternatingly aggressive and demure, he's best described as a male Lil' Kim. [Johnny] is clever, talented, and has created his own remarkable persona. If you buy ONE record this year, buy his album. He's taking gay rap to the next level..." MATT WOBENSMITH, C.E.O. of A.C.R.O.N.Y.M. Records