Dudley Perkins is also a rapper named Declaime—and an all right comix-style artist on the side, too—but people didn't really start to call him crazy until he went back to using his given name and started putting out records where he . . . sings. That was a tough switch for a slower audience already scrambling over other Oxnardian art/psych hip-hop albums by Madlib (who produces Dudley all his music), and in a lot of interviews Dudley had to defend a voice that people tried to be polite about: "I sing in the key of everybody," he said once. "Because... More >>>