For the pluralistic world of Chicago hip-hop, a factor sounds particular

For the pluralistic world of Chicago hip-hop, a factor sounds particular Share on Facebook Express on Twitter Open display drawer Borrowing a name and quite often a tone from Gil Scott-Heron, the Chicago rapper examines religion, consensual sex, and themselves. Offered Tracks: For the pluralistic world of Chicago rap, something looks specific: Mick Jenkins won’t …

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