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    ”Still craps and lies” Tyler, the Dry Cleaner's Avatar
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    This shit is a banga

    Tracklist

    01. Opiate
    02. Ignorance feat. A$AP Nast & Aston Matthews
    03. Connect feat. Al Doe, Neek Bucks & Doley Berneys
    04. Cake feat. Dave East
    05. Get Lifted feat. A$AP Ant & Trae Tha Truth
    06. Aquarium feat. Crystal Caines
    07. Product of the Block feat. Retchy P
    08. Shrimp & Broccoli feat. Da$h & Sha Hef
    09. The Message feat. Dark Lo
    10. Inception feat. D-Polo
    11. Collection feat. Smoke DZA & Crystal Caines
    12. Stand Tall feat. Willie the Kid, Eto, Westside Gunn & Conway the Machine

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    Dope

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    Track 10, D-Polo. He definitely a fan of mine LOL. This album is a banga though. Going to have check for V Don from now on.


    Stripped of our language, walked around nameless Amongst the strangest, a heart full of anguish Taught life is dangerous

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    V-Don is one of the best underground producers right now. I love his sound and he knows how to switch his style up depending on what artist he works with. His stuff with Willie The Kid sounds nothing like his stuff with Dark Lo. His best stuff is with those two.
    Only a few years ago Hip Hop purists may have felt superior listening to hard core while their less enlightened companions snacked on commercial rap. As Shaolin research began to point out the overwhelming benefits of raw production, true hip hop enthusiasts started turning back to traditional styles. Wu-Tang in particular, has been shown to myriad beneficial effects, from warding off ignorance and poverty to reducing the risk of incarceration and death.

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