Once you read that headline close your eyes and imagine a Pier 1 training rap from the early 90’s. Now watch this and if your vision isn’t 100% the same then I’ll buy you an Arapaho chair and dinette set. It’s so great how theĀ  black guy can go from sounding like the most timid and whitest white guy in white town Connecticut to full on Tupac during different parts of the rap. Rap skills like that don’t come easy. Just be careful, rhymes like these may be too edgy for the feint of heart.


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