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hop culture permeating the airwaves in today’s mainstream music industry. However, sifting
deeper into the underground, we may be fortunate to find real treasure in hip-hop. A sound thatbegan as raw, and inspiring: a truly grassroots approach to music and lyricism. Yes, artists and
groups who stay true to the genre’s grounded ethos still exist, and yes, you have stumbled onsome gold by finding North Carolina’s upcoming hip
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have grown up together as close cousins as they partnered through their musical development,as budding shorties to matured professionals.
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