Many rappers brought up amid the struggle emerge from their childhoods hell-bent on succeding and proving the haters wrong. Harlem-by-way-of-Princeton buzzmaker Kyle Rapps seems to have a more laid-back, philosophical outlook on his hustle. On this freshly-minted loosie, Belief‘s head-noddable boom-bap grooves set the mood as Rapps outlines his laissez-faire life philosophy: “Where We Go, it don’t f**kin’ matter / Take it slow, sh*t keep movin’ faster.” Be that as it may, his verses evince plenty of passion and an ironclad devotion to his craft. This joint isn’t attached to a larger set, but we’ll keep you posted on Kyle’s plans as further information emerges.
Written by richard on 06/30/14
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"Hard Knock Children" (2011)
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