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Rich Homie Quan and Future are both Atlanta rappers known for their scratchy, autotuned yelling styles and are often compared to one another.
Quan even mentioned this in his song “A Nigga”:
I’m back like the future nigga
Quan you the future boy
Don’t confuse me with Future nigga
This is the only visual throughout the screenplay that does, in fact, have sound. It plays “the library (intro)”.
This is sampled from the 1977 animated film Wizards
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In 2012-13 he averaged 11.0 points per game with an impressive field goal percentage of .463 and .440 from 3 point range.
This season he jumped to 17.5, .476%, and .449%, respectively
Sonny averaged 9.9 points and 4.1 rebounds in six seasons with the Golden State Warriors
Which is exactly where we had him going in our recent NBA Mock Draft!
Parker led the conference with 8.8 rebounds per game and scored 19.2 points per game — trailing only T.J. Warren of N.C. State who averaged 24.9
Just check out his High School mixtape if you don’t believe me