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I've always been a fan of hip hop since me and my older brother would have 45's of Ice-T (had to hide of those covers, lol) and Ice Cube, cassette singles of DJ Quik and Spice 1, etc. In my teenage years, I gravitated towards the WU and artists like The Roots, Boot Camp, and Nas. Inspired by so many lyricists, I picked up a pen around age 17 and started realizing that lyrics came pretty easily to me. I lost touch with the game after a few crew formations, didn't pan out. Uninspired with a lot of music today, and determined to put out REAL HIP-HOP for my city, I'M BACK!

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