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Conway The Machine’s injuries and paranoia are treated as constants. They’re not his crosses to bear; they’re fueling his fire.
Every Knxwledge project, remix, and loosie has led to this moment.
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Jay Electronica’s always got one more trick up his sleeve.
Rap’s newest Martian has returned to Earth in spectacular fashion.
The lyrics across ‘grae’ express Moses Sumney’s contempt for stereotypical masculinity.
‘The Allegory’ is, for a lack of a better word, woke.
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“If only Eminem cared more about making the best music and not being the best rapper.”
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