RRR bestows insights & post concert press conference style interview statements fresh off the stage hype
America seemingly has a deeply rooted obsession for violence and toxic lyricism. Thus, when artists spit lines about robbery, mistreatment, or other toxic vocabulary, people tend to chalk it up for what it is – a part of the genre.
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To vehemently transmit a resonating message in our modern society, an individual must establish oneself as an entity that entirely … More
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Odali is a vibrant artist that reigns from Queens, NY. His brand of hip-hop pushes forward the New York sound, inspired … More
YL is a prolific emcee who personifies the art of “digging in the crates.” Those crates contain records fit for … More