“Rappers, especially in our modern times, represent all the feelings a person is faced with in pursuit of their personal legend.”
The late Brooklyn rapper’s posthumous debut is a statement piece.
The artist’s identity in music cannot be defined until they have an audience to define themselves against. It is cruel, but it is the truth.
Tay-K has been sentenced to 55 years in prison for his role in a 2016 murder. But we keep on dancing.