A coined word for “international slum-dweller”
André’s part in B.O.B. contains an interesting medley of images that slowly unveils the American urban landscape at the turn of the century. He describes the difficulties and also the joys that come with living in the ghetto. André’s verse in B.O.B. substantiates the New York Times characterization of OutKast’s music as
Gangster rap with a complicated worldview, not just a macho stance."
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