MR Sche – I’ll Always Be

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Recently I caught a small doco, via @Noz, about Memphis rap in the 1990’s. Towards the end DJ Paul says that Memphis rap is getting pushed out of the city and all the rappers are going to Atlanta, He goes on to say that the sound that’ll get made in Atlanta will take over the HipHop scene in the 2000’s. Which it did.

Mr Sche is somewhat of a memphis mainstay that I’ve only just picked up on. His “Underground Forever” album/tape is still in my car cd player after about 5 weeks.

Lil P-Nut = Social Commentary?

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There is something disturbing about a child’s* nightmares being about his father being unemployed, the rising cost of necessities and failing to meet finance repayments. I guess in a country like the USA these things are forced upon children at an earlier age than they should be.
Still P-Nut goes hard.

*I know he probably doesn’t have any input into the writing process.