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The Issue With Police And Rap In Syracuse: Black Promoters Say Cops Routinely Interfere With Their Shows

The production is influenced by early Atlanta trap, and the verses — in particular Bottleneck’s — are buoyantly fun boasts. All through the 1990s, Southern rap was coming into its personal, but still largely eschewed rural themes. Nappy Roots, who met though in college in Kentucky, created a style wholly built on them, complete of earnest down-household imagery and earthy production. “We live in a world where people today really feel like they have to go to the health club three or 4 days...