Via (once again)SH.
Some of that emotional reality rap in the Boosie/DB/J-Stalin vein, except from England. Since when is this a thing?
I thought brits were strictly rapping about astronomy, rapping about rap, one-and-a-half-time braaaaaapping over old-timey dubstep and N-Dubz [name of this blog] Stock, Aiken & Waterman shit? In my efforts to be all open-minded about rap sub-genres & regional styles I previously sneered at iv gone and let most of the last half-decade of UK rap pass me by, which was obviously a mistake if Frank is anything to go by.
This Exo duses nice too
He makes for good interview fodder too.