There's more to Detroit's Guilty Simpson than a hilarious moniker (modified from the original "Guilt," and using his real last name) or an association with two of rap's great producers, Madlib and the late J Dilla. Guilty's 2006 song "Clap Your Hands" showed what Dilla saw in him: a tough, sonorous voice blunt and clipped enough to rival any beat thrown at him, with an unvarnished poetic streak in lines such as "it's a fact, when you're black, that you don't know how to act when your belly button's touching your... More >>>