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Immortal Technique drops a line on Syria and Political Hip Hop

By Jeff Ihaza / Senior Staff Writer

September 26, 2013


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In an era when hip-hop’s most political days seem long gone, artists like Immortal Technique have become something of a dying breed. However, that doesn’t make his message any less powerful. From the get-go, the Peruvian-born, Harlem-raised rapper has been putting out tracks that skip the nicetie...

On Nothing Was the Same, Drake displays lyrical depth

On Nothing Was the Same, Drake displays lyrical depth

By Jeff Ihaza / Senior Staff Writer

September 25, 2013


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DrakeNothing Was the SameA-Sounds like: Driving along Highway 59 in Houston. Alone. Thinking about “her.”“Dropped the mixtape, that sh*t sounded like an album” Drake boasts on the lyrically lopsided posse cut “Forever.” When “Forever” was released, Drizzy was still shaking off his De...

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