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Cory still reps Militia despite signing with Cash Money. He stays working and still puts out music for the fans.
A closet evolutionary scientist, RZA recognizes the transfer of genes needed to reach the peak of humankind he represents. After 50,000 years, we finally have the fire that is RZA. Come at him.
BasedGod knows that the issues in society come from a lack of public spending and welfare programs. By guaranteeing healthcare access and a job, change to the ghettos and slums may come.
Could we see a political movement sparked by the new Velli?
In a streak of superstition, BasedGod weighs his chances of dying each flight he takes to a show. Despite the odds, he keeps on his grind and takes the gamble. That’s swag, people.
Wale isn’t afraid to drop UK brands like A.P.C., keeping his style international.
A.P.C. is actually a French company. Justice who made the song Wale raps over in this one is an ill French electro-house duo.
His style is powerful and intense, similar to the kind of rap a truck could produce. His energy is like an engine, tearing the beat apart.
At the end of a particularly vicious freestyle, a rapper will usually gasp for breath and remark on his fire. Wale drops the same and breathes like nothing happened.
Though he spent 8 bars dissing his haters, they do not worry Wale. At the rate he releases material, his claims are true. Among the hate, he continues to drop his style.
By taunting and dissing him, haters have made a monster out of wale. An aypical “haters make me stronger” reference.