We all the voices of our parents' bad choices
The aftermath of divorces, the kids of bitter split-ups
Even Kayne’s harshest critics must commend his courage to confront themes that do not fall neatly into the mainstay of rap. His relatively affluent upbringing did not feat neatly in the “gangster” persona that dominated 1990s hip-hop, and his role was first confined to producing beats for others. Even after his found mainstream success and pioneered “backpack rap,” he continued to experiment with new themes such as religion, consumerism, and isolation.
Here he’s at it again.
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