Tag Archives: Rap/Hip-Hop

Strick – See You When I Land

Any musician to land a connection with the Trap martyr, Young Thug, has unlocked their potential for musical infamy. Young Thug is one of the Trap artists who have opened their doors for students to study the music that reaches youth of nearly every personality. Strick is a student of Young Thug that has garnered
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Just Rese gets our “HIPS” moving with new EP.

One of the most powerful aspects of Hip-Hop is how fluid the genre can be. Hip-Hop has the viscosity to sound soulful and soothing, or warped into a menacing piece of gritty street representation. Hip-Hop songs can be made into dance plays, activist demonstrations, urban pantomimes, or rambunctious thrash bangers. Through this ability comes the
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