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Because he appears to be further left than merely Hillary. Official Masters American flag shirt. Oh yeah, Peggy’s a full on communist and Clinton’s a centrist. The guy has a song literally about how gentrification is ruining Brooklyn. He’s as far populist and left as you can go. I don’t live every song on this project cause some are just too weird for me, but the songs that I do like I really fucking like. Songs like 1539 n Calvert, thug tears, rock n roll is dead, library anthem, Morrissey, and rainbow 6 have some weird sound that’s very pleasant and melodic while also being extremely weird sounding at the same time. I don’t love all the more noisy tracks but I don’t dislike them either. Also, baby, I’m bleeding first verse is the verse of the year.
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He brings zero compromise, zero pretensions, and just distills what everyone should be feeling into his music. I then ought Veteran was fantastic. I would slowly listen to it one more song at a time until the whole thing grew on me and I was listening to the whole through every time, for a while. Love the techy bootleg feeling of a lot of the production and some of the weirder vocal stuff, especially on Official Masters American flag shirt that intro vocal fry is fucking great. Can’t wait for the next big project. Thug Tears and 1539 N. First of all I love the writeup. Before hearing this album I hadn’t really given Peggy the time of day and oh my god am I glad I did. It’s a project that at first challenged a lot of ideas for what hip-hop production should and could sound like.