For instance, my assistant sent this
Letter that was penned by a kid from Princeton
In print, it went: "Tony keep spittin'"
Reference to the previous line about the “rich kids bankrolling my business”. This is also a way to point out that their rap is intelligent and subtle, beacause it appeals to educated people.
Das Racist straddles the line dividing pop culture and a more educated appreciation of music expanding what hip hop is and how its perceived, while relying on established rap customs to deliver this idea
The letter penned by a Princeton kid is a reference to Tropics of Meta columnist, Joel Suarez. Confirmation of this in Tropic of Meta’s obituary of Das Racist.
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